Veterans Evaluation Services adds Kaleidoscope Affect, LLC and CEO Major Gen. Linda Singh as Strategic Advisors
Former Adjutant General of Maryland to Provide Strategic Expertise to the Company’s Work with Department of Veterans Affairs
Today we announced our subsidiary Veterans Evaluation Services (VES) has named Kaleidoscope Affect, LLC, and its CEO, Major Gen. Linda Singh, as a strategic advisor. Singh, former Adjutant General of Maryland, and her company will support VES as it expands its work with the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) and other veteran service organizations. VES supports the VA in its mission to provide veterans and transitioning service members throughout the benefit exam and claims process.
“The mission of VES has always been to provide quality and timely evaluations for those who bravely served our country, performed by trained professionals in a respectful and hospitable environment,” said Teresa Weipert, General Manager, Maximus Federal. “With her extensive background in military and veteran affairs, the addition of Major Gen. Singh and her team is an important element of VES’s unwavering commitment to support the VA’s mission of serving our veterans.”
Maryland-based Kaleidoscope Affect, LLC, is a Woman-Owned and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned small business that is a protégé of Maximus through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Mentor-Protégé Program. The Maximus program has been developed to help small businesses in the federal contracting space grow and expand their business through strategic partnerships.
“The services provided by VES, including through its mobile evaluation units, are vitally important to veterans and their families in need of securing benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs,” said Singh. “VES has proven to be a leader in the veteran evaluation space by providing high-quality, timely, and accurate medical disability exams for national and international claims. As a veteran, I know firsthand what it’s like to go through the benefit process, and I’m motivated to extend the work already in progress to improve the veteran experience.”
Singh served as the Adjutant General of Maryland from 2015 to 2019, where she was responsible for the daily operations of the Maryland Military Department, which includes the National Guard, as well as being a senior advisor to Governor Hogan on military matters. Her decorated military career spanned nearly three decades, including two overseas deployments, and resulted in a multitude of awards, including the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal, and the National Defense Service Medal. Singh’s previous corporate experience includes serving as Managing Director for Accenture, where she managed all activities for the company’s Health and Public Service division in North America.