Black History Month

During National Black History Month, we celebrate the legacy of Black Americans whose power to lead, to overcome, and to expand the meaning and practice of American democracy has helped our Nation become a more fair and just society.

This country was established upon the profound but simple idea that all people are created equal and should be treated equally throughout their lives.

Read more on the Whitehouse’s Proclamation on Black History Month >>


Transforming public health data into maps and actionable information

Understanding the impacts of “place” leads to better health and strengthens public health preparedness

As technologies evolve and mobile devices proliferate the market, public and private entities across the world have access to an extraordinary amount of fast-evolving and improving information. The amount and type of data can be overwhelming to collect, analyze, and deliver. Equally, challenging is the ability to aggregate, organize, synthesize that data into actionable information and deliver it in real or near-real time to multiple sources, humans, machines, or other devices.



FDA’s “Creativity and Innovation Award” given to Coleman’s Jake Jackson

We are delighted to announce that Coleman’s Quality Assurance Specialist, Jake Jackson, was selected by the Food and Drug Administration’s Office of Operations to receive the Federal Drug Administration’s (FDA) “Creativity and Innovation Award” as part of the 2022 Honor Awards.

Coleman's Jake Jackson Wins the Food and Drug Administration's Creativity and Innovation Award
Coleman’s Jake Jackson Wins the Food and Drug Administration’s Creativity and Innovation Award

Jake received the award for work with the FDA’s Sustainability Program for determination and creativity, which led to the ongoing success of the Sustainability Program through innovative virtual approaches to information sharing. This exemplary and innovative work distinguishes The Coleman Group and enables us to continue providing platinum-level service to our clients.


Congratulations, Jake!