Life moves pretty fast these days, even if you live in Missoula, MT. ATG and onX worked together to host a speed networking event covering diversity and inclusion, topics that are not always easy to discuss.
Women throughout the country are facing homeownership challenges. Habitat for Humanity’s National Women Build Week aims to put a spotlight on these challenges and reinforce the message that every woman can make a difference through learning and using construction skills.
Missoula, Montana, home of ATG’s largest office, is a picturesque city located along the Clark Fork River and surrounded by sprawling mountains. Missoulians take pride in maintaining their beautiful city for citizens and visitors alike.
Arshan Munif started working at ATG in the Overland Park office as a consultant two weeks ago. In that short amount of time, he has already made an impact and proven his alignment with ATG’s Core Values.
Jason Anderson is the sort of guy you either want to hug or punch in the throat the first time you meet him.
He smiles all the time. He walks around the office fist-bumping and high-fiving everyone. He doesn’t use periods when he talks. He has red hair.
Those are his punch-in-the-throat traits.