Patrick Stoup - Senior Business Executive in Gaithersburg, Maryland
Pat Stoup is the chief executive officer of SAI, a provider of Professional, Technical, and Administrative services with headquarters in Gaithersburg, Maryland. He previously spent 17 years as the company’s president, leading SAI to several honors, including the 2008 BAE Systems Small Business of the Year Award. Since assuming his current role in 2014, Pat Stoup has initiated a new service (business process improvement) with the trademarked From Chaos to Clarity™ methodology and secured two new prime government contracts with five-year periods of performance.
From 1993 to 1997, Pat Stoup served as president of Customer Service Solutions in Germantown, Maryland. This position placed him in charge of a number of consumer loyalty programs in the airline and hospitality industries. His major clients included Singapore Airlines and Pan Pacific Hotels.
Mr. Stoup is also a dedicated philanthropist, providing support to initiatives including a paid National Institutes of Health internship program for underserved high school sophomores and juniors. In 2015, his total charitable contributions exceeded $35,000.
Ways to Donate to the Fisher House Foundation
Patrick Stoup has built a respected career in the field of government and commercial contracting. Through SAI, the company over which he presides, Patrick Stoup is a supporter of Fisher House Foundation, an organization that provides free or low-cost accommodations to families of veterans who are receiving prolonged medical treatment.
There are several ways to donate to Fisher House Foundation. One option is to make a gift in the name of a loved one. In doing so, Fisher House will send a card of acknowledgment to the person being honored by the gift. Another option is to donate frequent-flier miles or hotel reward points. Miles and points are then delivered to wounded service members and their families to help them reach necessary medical facilities and avoid separation due to hefty travel expenses. Securities such as stocks are also accepted as charitable donations, as are memorial donations and bequests. Unwanted cars, trucks, or boats can also be donated to the foundation.