Co-founder of MEC, and President of MEC Technologies this dynamo is recognized for her business skills that has lead the MEC Companies from inception.
She was named “Entrepreneur of the Year” by Cambridge Who’s Who, is certified by the American Society for Healthcare Engineers (ASHE) and oversees the MEC Companies accounting, marketing and business development activities. She also leads MEC in their philanthropic involvements.
MEC Technologies has earned a certificate as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WEBNC).
Deborah obtained a B.A. in Business Administration from Northeastern University and an Associates Degree in Business Management from Middlesex Community College. She’s also passionate about giving back to the community. Deborah is currently corporator of Lowell Five Bank and Lowell General Hospital’s governing board and helped found Lowell-based Women Working Wonders which she now serves as a member of the Board of Trustees. She is also a past president of Lowell General Hospital Auxiliary and former board member of House of Hope in Lowell.
In her free time, Deborah likes to be with family and friends. On weekends you will find her on the coast of York, ME.
State Contracts for The Commonwealth of Massachusetts
MEC Technologies has been awarded:
FAC64 - Massachusetts Statewide Security, Surveillance, Monitoring and Access Control Systems Contract
ITC54 - Data Cable Products and Services
With the FAC64 & ITC54 distinction, MEC is able to establish preferred pricing for the purchase of security systems, data cable products and services for any public entity in Massachusetts, including municipalities, school districts, housing authorities, colleges, universities and certain non-profit organizations. Our innovative solutions help keep Massachusetts' cities and towns protected.