E3 Management Consulting

Logo 3At Lusk Law, LLC, we provide legal guidance for a wide range of business clients, and we are continually impressed by their ingenuity. To showcase their work, and to support their businesses, we decided to write about our clients in monthly Client Spotlight e-blasts. For this installment of our Client Spotlight feature, we have chosen to highlight E3 Management Consulting. E3 is a certified Women-Owned Small Business and Economically-Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business providing performance improvement consulting for government entities and industry partners. It has also provided consulting for commercial enterprises. E3’s consultants offer a range of services, including performance assessments and evaluations, identifying training needs, and developing training curriculum. It looks for ways to replace outdated processes with efficient and progressive solutions. And the “E3” in its name comes from its vision: “Through Engagement with our clients, we Enhance their capabilities, and Empower lasting transformations.” As part of its mission to introduce businesses to new concepts, the company has developed two proprietary systems for the public and private sector:
  • Evolve with E3 Change Model – This concept enables organizations to quickly scale their enterprise.
  • Evolve with E3 Millennial Methodology – This service offers organizations guidance on how to attract and retain talented millennial workers. (E3’s founding members are members of the millennial generation).
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Participating in a round table discussion of the issues and obstacles that face small businesses in the state of Maryland with the Special Secretary of Minority Affairs for the State of Maryland, Jimmy Rhee, and a cross section of owner/constituents from Asian American Owned businesses.
E3’s founder,  Etta Edwards, a University of Maryland Baltimore County graduate, previously consulted government agencies on the development and implementation of communications infrastructure. Since founding E3 in 2015, she has enjoyed working with clients who value the importance of human capital and want to improve performance. Recently, a global accounting firm hired E3 as a subcontractor. Lusk Law, LLC helped E3 negotiate the terms of that deal. Of its relationship with the firm, and with attorney Rebekah Lusk, E3 says: “Lusk Law, LLC provide us attentive service and prompt communication. These little things are invaluable when needing an answer right away. Rebekah is easy to communicate with and explains complex legal verbiage into layman’s terms for my non-legal mind to grasp.” To find out more about E3 and its team, please visit www.e3managementconsulting.com or contact us at (410)903-1057