Donald Nguyen and Abhay Sandhu graduate from UC Davis in the 2017 Spring Semester


Sacramento, California. April 12, 2017. The celebration to honor two UC Davis undergraduates, Don Nguyen and Abhay Sandhu, took place at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, April 14, 2017, at the Diamond Conference Center (DCC) of Delegata Corporation – 2450 Venture Oaks Way, Ste. 400, in Sacramento, California. The event hosted about 50 guests, including fellow Shifa Clinic volunteers, doctors, community leaders, and faculty members from UC Davis.

Each of the two honorees have contributed more than 100 volunteer hours to Shifa Clinic—a non-profit, student-run medical facility that serves uninsured patients free of charge. The work of Nguyen and Sandhu crossed both administrative and medical tasks, and supported the clinic’s smooth Sunday 9am-12pm operation. Nguyen has been nominated for one of UC Davis’ top awards, the University Medal; Sandhu served as the elected Vice President of the UC Davis student body of 27,000 undergraduates. "They are model citizens and volunteers, and Shifa Community Clinic has been so lucky to have them. We pride ourselves in the incredible work our volunteers do, and the exceptional individuals they become after this experience,” commented Dr. Shagufta Yasmeen, Medical Director of Shifa Clinic. “They both embody the value of having 'vision with action,' for they have been advocates for change in the underserved communities. I have no doubt that they will apply the lessons-for-life that Shifa has taught them, and that they will continue to give back to the communities that helped shape who they are as adults."


Neda Awwad, Clinic Manager at Shifa, also reflected on the guests of honor: “They have been such outstanding volunteers. Their contributions have allowed them to become excellent leaders for change, not only at Shifa, but also in the many student organizations of which they are a part. I have no doubt that they will make a positive impact wherever they go—whether in medicine or in the corporate world."

Nguyen will be matriculating into an MD-PhD program at Stanford University this fall, where he plans to specialize in Infectious Disease. Sandhu majored in Managerial Economics while working part-time in Securities Valuation at State Street Bank. 

Located at 419 V Street in Sacramento, Shifa Clinic is a non-profit, student-run medical facility dedicated to serving the diverse, medically uninsured in the Greater Sacramento Area. Every Sunday, the clinic provides basic and specialized medical services free of charge to patients. As a teaching center for medical students and undergraduate volunteers, Shifa Clinic operation is a collaborative effort between undergraduates performing administrative duties, medical students interviewing patients and performing physical exams, and volunteer physicians recommending appropriate treatment regimens. For more information, visit

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Delegata Welcomes Vice President, Global Operations Dave Delegata NewsDave Marzouk joins Delegata.

Sacramento, CA, February 13, 2017 -- Delegata Corporation recently welcomed Dave Marzouk as the Vice President of Global Operations. Dave is poised to lead Delegata’s growth and build upon the company’s success in management and technology consulting.

Prior to joining Delegata’s team, Dave was an associate partner at IBM, as a senior member of the SAP Global Center of Competence, charged with optimizing delivery models of IT solution deployments. He has also served as a Principle and Client Partner for Capgemini, and the Managing Director for Utopia Middle East — a solutions provider for managing big data and strategic analytics. Prior to specializing in IT, his repertoire of experience includes executive positions at Boeing, TWA, and Rockwell International.

"I am excited to join Delegata as they are truly an exceptional organization," said Dave. "Their reputation for quality and strategic partnership with federal and state departments, as well as private companies, is unsurpassed. I look forward to extending Delegata’s impressive list of customers and being part of the team to plan for the future."

Kais Menoufy, CEO and President of Delegata added, "Dave’s diverse experiences and technical expertise will further enrich our team and our solution offerings. We are delighted to welcome him to the Delegata family, and look forward to providing our clients with continued success and the best of the best in the market."

Dave has worked across a range of sectors in the USA, Australia, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Europe. He holds an MBA from Chapman University, a PhD in International Relations from La Salle University, an MA in Political Science from UCLA, and a BA with Magna Cum Laude designation in Political Science from University of Missouri in St. Louis. He also holds a certificate of Designing and Leading Competitive Supply Chains from Penn State.
Closing the Academic Achievement Gap Closing the Gap's Great Cake Walk, a signature fundraising event

Delegata recently sponsored Closing the Gap's "The Great Cake Walk" held on March 12, 2015, at the Sacramento State Alumni Center. This signature fundraising event helps fund local programs focused on closing the academic achievement gap in the Sacramento area by supporting educational programs such as:

Delegata is honored to support Closing the Gap's efforts to transform the lives of local students through continued education. To learn more about The Great Cake Walk and Closing the Gap, please visit:

Delegata Partners With CPS HR Consulting for Luncheon Roundtable Featuring Engaging Government Employees Author Robert Lavigna Robert Lavigna image

Sacramento, CA – February 2016
Good leaders possess great vision and 20/20 vision is imperative when managing rich resources like California’s government employees.

Government employees face enormous challenges today, including being stigmatized as underworked and overpaid. Because of this they need strong support from their managers, but more importantly? They need to provide Inspiration.  So says University of Wisconsin-Madison professor of Public Affairs, Robert Lavigna.

On Thursday, February 4, 2016, premier systems integration firm, Delegata, in partnership with CPS HR Consulting will host a luncheon roundtable from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. featuring Robert Lavigna, the author of Engaging Government Employees: Motivate and Inspire Your People to Achieve Superior Performance and provides a roadmap to engaging government employees who are charged with solving the most challenging problems the state of California faces.

Delegata’s work in the public sector has earned the company distinction as innovative thought leaders who have successfully partnered with our state’s strongest leaders for 15 years.

Held at the Delegata Conference Center, at 2450 Venture Oaks Way, Suite 400, in Sacramento, California this “must attend” event for every public sector manager offers up an original model to help America’s largest employer apply the science of engagement to dramatically improve performance. 

Light refreshments will be served and copies of the book will be available for sale.  Please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 916-609-5400. 

More information about Robert Lavigna and his work may be found at:

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Mentoring for the Next Generation

Delegata's Lorraine Rinker, Senior Principal, recently presented "Mentoring for the Next Generation" at Public Sector Partner's Government Transformation Forum on February 4, 2015. During the session, Lorraine moderated a lively discussion with California State Agency mentors and mentees about their experience with the mentoring process. Mentor Liana Bailey-Crimmins, CIO at CalPERS, and Mentee Joshua Pocus, Associate Information Systems Analyst at CalPERS shared their experiences with an Informal Mentoring Program, while Mentor Cathy Cleek, CIO at the Franchise Tax Board (FTB), and Mentee Marian McKenna, Bureau Director of National Audit Business Bureau at FTB shared their experiences with a Formal Mentoring Program.

In this information-rich session, attendees learned about:

  • Resource-efficient ways to mentor the next generation
  • The commonalities between seemingly divergent Non-Millennials and Millennial employees
  • The value of mentoring to attract, develop, and retain an actively engaged multi-generational workforce

As a leader in Organization Transformation, Delegata is committed to supporting successful government transformation through our Organization Transformation Center of Excellence and our practice of InSourcing.



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