As an all-mom team, one of PRISM’s core values is Balance, having efficiency between work and personal life with fulfillment in both. Balance is actually the reason PRISM was born. Jing started the business in 2005 when her sons were eight and five years old. She wanted a gratifying professional career and time to care for her children; she envisioned a business model conducive for other working mothers. In 2014, Sarah Amos, a mother of four, joined PRISM as the first employee. Since then, we’ve welcomed several more moms and provided the platform to further their career development while raising their children.
Last month, as PRISM celebrated winning the BBB Award of Excellence for the fourth year in a row, we also saw the benefits of our business approach since our founding 13 years ago. Both Jing’s older son and Sarah’s son celebrated major milestones.
Jing’s son graduated from The McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. He majored in Supply Chain Management and will be working at the Houston campus of ExxonMobile.
Sarah’s son graduated from Ft. Benning and received the infantry blue cord, presented to all infantry-qualified U.S. Army soldiers at the end of their Advanced Individual Training. In June he graduated from U.S. Army Airborne School and is now in Pre-RASP, the Ranger Assessment Selection Process, and is hoping to be a candidate for the next cycle starting in July.
PRISM’s values are not just words on our website. We strive to embody these values at work and in our personal lives, with Balance between the two being key. We always look forward to serving more clients and working on interesting projects. As moms, we are also eager to take an active daily role in our children’s growth and development.