Meet the GO Smart Team
Jessica Gronich – program manager
Jessica is our GO Smart product expert. She knows the ins and outs of the system and is readily available to answer client questions. Jessica also leads our onboarding training for new clients and can help you simplify your grants management workflow on GO Smart. She collaborates on the design and future enhancement process for GO Smart. Outside of the office she spends time with her boyfriend and their dog Shirley, and plays the guitar (badly). Jessica is also actively involved in the community, she is on the board for her neighborhood HOA, volunteers for Planned Parenthood, and hosts international students through WorldDenver.
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Kelly Ernst – business coordinator
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Matt Virlee – technology solutions manager
Matt ensures that your GO Smart site is always up and running and working optimally. Matt is our liaison between clients/design and our backend developers. He is always looking for ways to increase efficiency and keeping us up to date on the newest technologies. In his free time, Matt enjoys tinkering with technology, woodworking, playing the jazz flute, and taking long bike expeditions with his family.
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Adam Sestokas – director of technical operations
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Monday – Friday from 8:30a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mountain time (except federal holidays)
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