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A family business, we work together because we like our family, and we want to provide awesome service to our clients.



After earning a B.S. degree from Virginia Tech, Sarah worked as a technician and lab manager for 10 years. She moved into Marketing Communications as a technical writer, desktop publisher, and collaboration specialist.


Her next career was in biomedical research sales at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), representing BRL, which evolved into Life Technologies, a preeminent biotechnology company.


In 1994, she started btr, inc., working alone for a couple of years, and hiring staff as the company expanded.


Managing the activation projects is her specialty, using her varied background and communication skills to move projects forward, and complete them on time and within budget.


A horse enthusiast, the family lives on a farm in Virginia, where they raise show ponies, chickens, cats, dogs and lots of kids.



After earning his B.S. in Accounting from Radford University, Joey began keeping the books and managing the finances of 3 small companies, including btr, inc. Growing with the companies, Joey expanded into NIH procurement, supporting the Activation for F Wing.  In 2012, he started Love Low Taxes, preparing taxes for companies and individuals with amazing tax strategies and savings that keep his customers super happy.



After earning a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Old Dominion University, Colin spent 5 years in the Oil/Gas Industry as a Field Specialist.  Recruited to help manage the business, Colin earned PMP (Project Management Professional) certification, and is working hard at managing the various Activation projects we have underway.



After earning a B.S. degree from Muhlenberg University, Glenn earned a PhD from Lehigh University. He taught at Northeastern University for a couple of years, and worked for the next 10 years for GTE and Igen as an electrochemist, doing research, designing and building equipment.


He spent 23 years as a contractor for the Navy, working with the battery group at Carderock, Md. In that position, he organized conferences, prepared equipment specifications and lists, and managed their procurement.

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