Children’s Inn Named One of the Best Places to Work in D.C.

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Children’s Inn at National Institutes of Health

The CEO of SAI, a business in Maryland that serves both the private and government sectors, Patrick Stoup ensures the company meets its short- and long-term goals by developing strategies and overseeing budgets. Also a philanthropist, Patrick Stoup supports through SAI and on behalf of its employees organizations such as The Children’s Inn at NIH (National Institutes of Health).

The Children’s Inn at NIH was recently named a 2016 Best Place to Work in the medium category. It was one of 86 workplaces honored by the Washington Business Journal. The award recognizes companies in the Greater Washington, D.C., area that are leaders in employee engagement.

All D.C. area businesses are eligible for the Best Place to Work awards, regardless of the company’s size or type of industry. Companies who qualify for the medium category employ between 25 and 49 people. Each of these companies is evaluated and then scored on several categories such as team effectiveness, trust in leadership, and company goal alignment.

The Children’s Inn at NIH was established in 1990 and is a private, not-for-profit residence facility that helps provide support for children and families who are participating in pediatric research at the NIH.