Hollywood, Florida (PressExposure) June 09, 2009 -- Senior Contracts Administrator for Bell Helicopter, Pamela F. Robertson, thanks the prestigious Biltmore Who's Who for helping her generate business and maximize exposure for her company.
Robertson's main goal when becoming a member was simple: to network, research and locate a procurement management opportunity. However, after California Coast University saw a press release that was written on her by Biltmore, the college where she achieved her MBA in 2008, they immediately got in contact with her, asking if they could feature her in a spotlight article in their Alumni Magazine.
Soon after, Robertson's fellow employees got wind of the release on the web and were passing it around the office. "I was congratulated by my university, my workplace, by my friends and family," Robertson said.
Based in Fort Worth, Texas, Bell Helicopter designs, builds and supports some of the most reliable and proven aircraft in the world. Founded in 1935 as Bell Aircraft Corporation, Bell Helicopter is a major industry leader, delivering over 35,000 aircraft to customers and military around the world.
As a senior contracts administrator, Mrs. Robertson does direct government contracting with the Naval Air Systems Command, negotiating, managing, executing and administering military contracts. She has been with the company for just under a year, but has over 17 years experience in the procurement field.
Robertson is a Six Sigma Specialist and is a member of the National Contract Management Association, Institute for Supply Management and Delta Epsilon Tau International Society. She's been recently noted for serving as supply chain as part of a Six Sigma project that established a new strategic supplier partner through negotiation efforts. This project achieved her an Award of Excellence for saving her company $12.5 million, resulting in company-wide recognition.
Robertson is happy with her new found membership, saying that she has "certainly achieved notoriety" thus far. "I believe Biltmore Who's Who to be a good avenue for persons who are being glossed over in their career field. I have the 'VIP Honored Member' of Biltmore on my resume and I think it definitely gets the attention of companies that are looking for an achiever," she said.