To provide Timeliness, Cost-Effective Operational Support, and Innovative Processes by a TEAM of similarly situated firms with diversified and complementary competencies.
TOGETHER, we will use our heritage to “unite and form a more perfect union” with employees, clients, and communities where dreams and hard work are respected and rewarded.
We value employees, clients, and community support based on our INTEGRITY, TRUST, and RESPECT.
Employees, clients, and communities create our long-term strategic partnerships and profitability.
We are in this together by being creative, collaborating, and implementing improvement measures.
We take ownership individually and collectively.
GGS believes we grow and learn better together because of individual differences. We embrace distinctions of culture, ethnicity, race, sex, sexual orientation, age, languages spoken, Military Veteran's status, religion, disability, or if someone attended college.
We embrace extraordinary participation. We embrace individual differences and understand and recognize those distinctions and see them as neither an advantage nor a disadvantage. GGS believes someone's character will determine whether or not an advantage or disadvantage exists.
We want people to grow, to be successful, to achieve their goals for themselves and their families. Basically, be as happy as possible. We will help our people grow and succeed because then, GGS will succeed, too. We view others' life experiences, knowledge, innovation, self-expression, and talents as a way to learn and grow. We want employees to bring their best work; their best efforts, creativity, and ethics. Together, we all grow.
Colonel (Retired) Helen L. Gant
Army Nurse Corps
President, Gant Global Services, Inc.
Wounded, ill, and injured service members and their families make sacrifices that the average American families never experience or imagine. They incur physical, mental, emotional, and psychological traumas, as well as, financial challenges. Their dignity and self-respect should be preserved and fostered. Employers can do their share by learning how to understand their “new norm” and provide support in the workplace; as the Armed Forces have been “a way out” for many of us who grew up in lower socio-economic geographical areas. When they walk into our clinics, roll in via wheelchairs, or are assisted by family members, the very least that we can do is give them smiles, offer them a drink of water, or say “thank you”. These acts of kindness are free, but as we all know FREEDOM is NOT FREE or they would have returned back home to us in the same condition that they left us.
Before retiring from the military in March 2009, Helen L. Gant was the Director, Ombudsman and Training Services for the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) in the office of the Under Secretary of the Army for Reserve Affairs. ESGR, a Department of Defense program, was established in 1972 to promote cooperation and understanding between Reserve Component Service members and their civilian employers and to assist in the resolution of conflicts arising from an employee's military commitments. Immediately following retirement, Helen worked as a federal contractor for the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Affairs (ASA/M&RA) as a Senior Medical Analyst and a Medical Review Officer for the Physical Disability Board of Review for the U.S. Air Force.
Helen’s military career spans over 36 years, beginning with the Women’s Army Corps in Fort McClellan, AL with her first assignment at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. She later joined the Maryland Army National Guard (MDARNG) serving with the 1204th Transportation Company in Edgewood, MD, and the 1729th Maintenance Company in Havre de Grace, MD. She received her commission in the Army Nurse Corps while assigned to the 136th Combat Support Hospital in Parkville, MD; and served in Headquarters STARC in Baltimore, MD conducting Periodic Health Assessments, immunizations; Post-Deployment Health Readiness Assessments, Physical Examinations and drawing labs. She worked in various positions as a Traditional Soldier in the MDARNG and accepted the position as the very first Occupational Health Nurse for the MDARNG where she established the Occupational Health Program for over 300 full-time support technicians, protecting them from potential workplace hazards.
While serving as a Traditional Guardsmen, she simultaneously worked at Sinai Hospital and Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD, and George Washington University Hospital in Washington, DC in various clinical specialties. Helen accepted a Title 10 Tour with the Army National Guard in 1995 as the Chief, Occupational Health and numerous other positions that included Quality Assurance Officer at Fort Sam Houston, TX, Chief of Clinical Services and Executive Officer for the Director, ARNG at the Readiness Center, in Arlington, VA. She has led teams, developed, implemented, and managed major projects and programs that included Wounded Warrior initiatives and call center procedures that included suicide prevention measures. Additionally, she established a training directorate with Individual Development Plans for civilian and military personnel, policies and regulations for military readiness, and most notably, software development representative for the Centralized Credential Quality Assurance System for the Army Medical Department that remains in use by the Tri-Services today. She has sponsored activities for Wounded Warrior Programs and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education programs.
In addition to her undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, Helen has a Master’s in Strategic Studies from the US Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, PA, and a Master’s in Human Resource Management and Development from National-Louis University in Chicago, IL.
As President of GGS since 2011, she has been awarded contracts with the US Army, US Air Force, Veteran’s Administration, US Department of Agriculture, National Credit Union Administration, and the Maryland Department of Health Division of Children’s Services.
Vice President, Gant Global Services, Inc.
Equal employment opportunity (EEO) for all American employees and applicants for employment is this country’s cornerstone for a successful economy and for workers to self-actualize. Equal opportunity in every aspect of employment (applying for jobs, wages, benefits, promotions, training and discipline), is not only essential for the workforce but required of qualified employers. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended (Title VII), Equal Pay Act (EPA), Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) are just a few of the statutes that provide same or similar treatment for the same or similarly situated complainant or charging party.
Prior to retiring from Federal service in 2008, Mr. Gant served in the United States Army in flight operations. His additional military duties included transportation, aviation safety, and EEO Coordinator.
During his 31 years of Federal service, Kenneth worked in several positions. He began his non-military career as a Field Investigator for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Baltimore District Office. He was promoted four times during the first four years of service. Based on his success in several units, he was selected to the newly created AAA unit. The AAA Unit specialized in investigations under three Federal employment Acts (Title VII, EPA, and ADEA). Prior to completing his service in Baltimore, he developed, from “cradle to grave”, a Commissioner’s Charge that was approved upon its initial presentation. A Commissioner’s Charge, also known as a Systemic Charge, evolves from the investigator conducting a review of an organization’s employment practices. After collecting evidence to support a violation, he analyzed the data, prepared a 27-page Presentation Memorandum (PM), and subsequently made an oral presentation to the EEOC’s five politically appointed Commissioners. Approval required a majority vote. The PM was unanimously approved.
After seven years in Baltimore, he was promoted to serve in a newly created unit, Determinations Review Program (DRP) at EEOC headquarters, Washington, D.C. After three years, he was selected to serve as Branch Chief of the DRP.
Mr. Gant has an undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Baltimore and has a dual major Masters Degree in Human Resource Management and Business Management from Central Michigan University.
Director of Operations & Senior Program Manager
Gant Global Serives, Inc.
Before coming onboard with Gant Global Services, Inc. (GGS) in 2019, Robynne Gant was a dedicated law enforcement officer. Her law enforcement career spans 21 years. After graduating from college, she joined the Prince George's County Police Department and served as a patrol officer. When the opportunity arose to move to federal law enforcement, she joined the Pretrial Services Agency for the District of Columbia (PSA) as a secondary law enforcement officer. She was employed for PSA for 17 years in several capacities. Her pretrial services career began in 2001 as a Diagnostic Pretrial Services Officer. Later, she served as a Supervision PSO, Quality Assurance PSO (QA) before completing her tenure as a Training PSO. Robynne assisted with many progressive projects. Such as developing the Agency's leadership program. As a QA, she collaborated to create the Agency's first Quality Assurance program, which is still utilized today.
Currently, Robynne serves as the Director of Operations and Senior Program Manager. When she first joined GGS, she served as Program Manager for the company's contract with The Coordinating Center (TCC). TCC serves the Maryland Department of Health's Division of Children's Services Rare and Expensive Case Management Program (REM). She manages telephonic case managers and ensures state contract requirements are met for patient contact while tracking statistics to provide a high level of quality assurance. After serving as PM for a year with TCC contract, Robynne was promoted to Director of Operations and Senior Program Manager. As Director of Operations, she now handles talent management and people operations. As Senior Program Manager, Robynne oversees the day-to-day operations for Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) contracts with the Department of Veterans Affairs and the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA).
In addition to her undergraduate degree from the University of Baltimore in Government & Public Policy, she is a certified EEO investigator and a Certified Master Trainer. She is currently pursuing a certificate in Project Management.
Ms. Gant enjoys spending time outside with her family and friends and serving her community. She has served as a coach for Destination Imagination and youth sports programs. Additionally, she has taught Sunday school and volunteered as a classroom assistant and Reading Buddy for children with learning disabilities. When it's time for fun, she likes to hit the beach, zip line, or go whitewater rafting.
Case & Assistant Program Manager
Gant Global Serives, Inc.
Molly Mellor is a 2006 graduate from Frostburg State University with a bachelor's degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing. Following graduation from Frostburg, Molly completed a bachelor's degree in nursing from Salisbury University and graduated in 2009. Following graduation, Molly worked in various healthcare settings, including neurology, home health, medical-surgical, and as a case manager for Carefirst BlueCross Blue Shield. She has been a registered nurse for over 11 years. She holds a certification as a Certified Case Manager through the Commission for Case Management Certification.
Molly began working for Gant Global Services in 2020 as a Telephonic Case Manager, assisting with the contract for The Coordinating Center. She works as a telephonic case manager assisting with the Maryland Department of Health's Division of Children's Services Rare and Expensive Case Management Program (REM). Molly was promoted to Assistant Project Manager for the contract with The Coordinating Center and now assists with client contact, nursing and scheduling assignments, and nursing management.
Molly enjoys spending time with her family. Her favorite activity is teaching her children how to take care of animals and gardening. She also enjoys biking, running, going to the beach, and fishing.
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