STGi was established in 1997 in the home basement of Founder and CEO Michelle S. Lee. Since its humble beginnings, STGi graduated from the 8(a) program in 2008 and has grown into a large, national firm which specializes in the areas of healthcare services, social services, training services, and facility management.
STGi strives to provide these services to vulnerable and underserved populations through government clients at the federal, state, and local level. Throughout our more than 25-year history we have successfully provided services on hundreds of government contracts across the country, working to fulfill our mission to serve at-risk and disadvantaged populations.
Building on our years of experience, STGi has developed and refined programs that support vulnerable and underserved populations. While we are able to leverage the resources of a large business to serve that end, we maintain a hands-on, customized approach to providing services that we established in our beginnings as a small business. With a tradition of building long-term relationships with our customers and in the community we serve, we put specific emphasis on caring, responsiveness, flexibility, and substantive individualized attention. We prioritize relationships to build rapport and ultimately better understand the needs of the populations we serve so we can better address them.
We are driven to positively impact our customers, our employees, and the communities that we serve.
At the heart of STGi is 义, yi (pronounced E), the Chinese character for the moral disposition to do good. Guided by this principle, we are driven to serve vulnerable, at risk, and underserved populations. We foster a culture of service where staff are fulfilled by their role in helping others. STGi strives to exceed all expectations of our customers, our employees, and the populations we serve.
In pursuit of our mission, STGi recognizes six core values in the foundation of our company culture, brand, and strategy: