Nancy Gorski, President and Co-Founder of Strategic Mobility Group, has been in the IT industry for more than twenty years. After attending Loyola University in Chicago and obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in History, Nancy launched her career in the IT industry. In 2011, with Nico Genet and Eric Holmes, Nancy founded Strategic Mobility Group (SMG3), which designs and implements award-winning custom mobile solutions for small businesses to Fortune 500 companies.
Nancy prides SMG3 not only for its cutting-edge technology solutions and for providing real value to its clients, but also for its exceptional employees and mission to helping make other companies a better place.
With the mindset of “being the good,” and wanting to “break down walls” to reach industry firsts, Nancy believes that this mentality starts internally and moves outward, and that is how she leads SMG3 every day.
Through creating an enjoyable company culture with outstanding benefits, Nancy enforces a strong work-life balance and encourages employees to take part in special times outside of the office. Through hard work and collaboration as a company and an industry, Nancy strives to make a difference every day – no matter how big or small.
With Nancy as President, she has led SMG3 to many awards over the years. Most recently, Nancy was named to The Channel Company’s prestigious 2016 CRN® Women of the Channel List for the fourth consecutive year.
Other awards and accolades for SMG3 include Honeywell’s North American Partner of the Year, SOTI’s VAR of the Year for North America, CIOReview Magazine’s list of top 20 technology solution providers for the supply chain, StayLinked North American Partner of the Year, Motorola Solutions Partner of the Year, one of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S. mentioned in Inc. Magazine 5000, and one of Inc. 500’s fastest growing private companies in the U.S.