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Deb Yeagle

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Role and Company

Vice President, Capture & Proposal, Mayvin

Expertise

36 years experience in defense, aerospace, & aviation

Location

Tampa, FL

About Deb

As Vice President of Capture and Proposal for Mayvin, Mrs. Deb Yeagle is responsible for developing capture management plans, win strategies, and proposals and supporting corporate professional development to accelerate Mayvin’s growth. She is focused on executing Mayvin’s Growth Plan Strategy to expand Mayvin’s presence across the Federal and Defense contracting space. She brings over 35 years of Federal Government contracting experience. Before joining Mayvin, she worked for both large and small companies and served in a wide variety of business development and operational leadership roles to support clients in the Defense, Homeland Security, Intelligence, and Federal Civilian markets. Prior to industry, Deb served in DoD for over 25 years. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science from James Madison University. Additionally, Deb is Project Management Professional (PMP) certified by the Project Management Institute (PMI) and is an accredited member of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals (APMP) with a Foundation Level Certification (AM.APMP). She volunteers with numerous organizations to support transitioning military and Veterans in starting successful businesses. Deb lives in Tampa, FL with her husband, Jeff. In her spare time, Deb enjoys reading, watching sports, solving Sudoku puzzles, and reminding everyone up north how warm and sunny it is in Florida.

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Articles by Deb

one year ago

PMP Exam Changes in March 2018

If you have been preparing for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® exam using A Guide to the Project Management Body...

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one year ago

Scholarship Opportunity - Institute of Project Management (IPM) Certification

The Institute of Project Management (IPM) offers an Advanced Recognition & Certification (ARC) training program tailored for military personnel to help...

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Deb's Recent Answers

one year ago

NEED HELP: Civilian Ready - first civilian reboot camp transformation process for veterans

Hi Eddie- This is a great idea and much needed in terms of the “cultural assimilation” and “emotional intelligence” factors...

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one year ago

How can I get trained on HR software prior to entering the field?

Hi Christopher, Thanks for your service! Many software vendors provide free trial licenses and demo software (with limited features), so...

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one year ago

I'm a small business owner. Fellow owners, what have you found as your greatest resouces?

Troy- Thanks for your service! In addition to SCORE, I recommend checking out your local Small Business Development Center (SBDC),...

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one year ago

My biggest challenge

Michael- Thanks for your service! Hang in there, and keep your career dreams alive! The right opportunity is out there...

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one year ago

DMV Job Market - Personal Barriers to Entry (Real or Perceived)

William- Thanks for your service! Based on my observations throughout my years in BD, I will answer your last question...

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