Daily Record Staff//November 3, 2022
//November 3, 2022
Marty Janis formed his company, Atlantic Services Group Inc., in 2000 and now devotes much of his time to mentoring and coaching the 300 people he employs.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the business had to remain open and Janis embraced flexibility.
He granted work-from-home policies at the in-person business and even allowed children to do remote classes from the office.
“We still kept our office and supervisory staff whole in terms of compensation and created work for much of our field staff so that they could continue to provide for their families,” Janis said. “The end result is a very hard-working and tight team who I have great respect for each and every one of them.”
He places a great deal of emphasis on technology in the parking and transportation space, making sure the company gets it right for the needs of its clients. They are working on adding electric buses to the fleet. Though there have been some production and supply chain issues, he looks forward to helping revolutionize the private transportation industry with them.
Janis earned his bachelor’s from Georgetown University and has been president of the board of the Washington Parking Association since 2012. He is on the advisory board of Old Dominion National Bank, was on the board of Washington First Bank and is a board member of Design Foundry and the D.C. Policy Center.
He is also an active volunteer and philanthropist, serving as board chair for Partners for Kids in Care, active with Adoptions Together, co-chair of the Jewish Federation’s The Network and serves on the board and executive committee of the Jewish Federation Board.