Last year I met some members of Michigan Tech's "Presidential Council of Alumnae." Women who have made truly exceptional lives for themselves after graduating from here are offed the chance to come back every so often and play a role in the formation of their alma mater.
One of these women struck me. Her name is Diane Marsh. She studied computer science here. In 2000, she became a co-founder of the company SRT Solutions, based in Ann Arbor, MI.
SRT Solutions was founded by Bill Wagner and Dianne Marsh in 2000 to fill a void in the marketplace: Many businesses need help with business-critical software projects, but lack the in-house resources to get those projects done on time, and in the most strategic way possible.
SRT Solutions provides a unique blend of proficiency, professionalism and perspective to our clients. The well-rounded, broad-based skills of the SRT Solutions team have been recognized for expertise in the scientific, engineering and business markets by luminaries like Microsoft and Sun… and many appreciative clients.
Diane Marsh is an intelligent and innovative woman. She saw a need in the field of computer/software solutions for flexibility and creativity and she went about filling that need. She told me that after some years working in a number of computer-related jobs, she learned that what she really wanted to do was work somewhere that she could take on a large variety of different projects, and projects that interested her. Creating SRT Solutions provided that space for her, and for everyone who works with her.
I'll be frank and admit that a lot of what she does is far outside my area of expertise, but I could not pass up this opportunity to highlight her work. I look forward to hearing more about her.