Alexis Hedges To Head Business Development For Resource 1 Tier 3 Data Security

Friday, December 15, 2017

Chuck McDonald, president and founder of Resource 1 Tier 3 Data Security, announced Alexis Hedges will manage its regional and national business development efforts. Resource 1, is a secure, on-site data destruction and sustainable IT asset recycling service, currently serving enterprise class data facilities in Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Illinois and has recently expanded its reach to California.

“Alexis adds outstanding client relations and business management competencies that the company requires at this time in our growth trajectory," said Mr. McDonald. "I am thrilled to add her unique entrepreneurial and business management skill-sets to the organization as she will manage and guide the future business development efforts of the company and serve as the face of Resource 1 going forward. We are extremely fortunate that someone of her caliber accepted this position and look forward to a long-term and mutually beneficial relationship as the firm continues to grow and expand.” 

Ms. Hedges said, “I am pleased and excited to join Resource 1 and look forward to contributing to the continued growth and success of the company and to its mission of securing the private data of companies that have been tasked with the mission of responsibility protecting confidential consumer and patient data.” 









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