Our Team

Jaimie Mayhew

Sr. Account Manager, Contract Services


Jaimie has over 15 years of experience in business development and account management. As a graduate from Eastern Oregon University she studied business with a concentration on marketing. During her professional career she has partnered with organizations nationwide using a caring and consultative approach to bring solutions to her clients. One of Jaimie’s priorities and commitments has always been to position herself as an extension of her client organization which has led to her ability to create long term successful business relationships.


She feels blessed to have been born and raised in Portland, Oregon and having experienced living in other states loves the diversity Oregon has to offer. She enjoys the outdoors and spending time with her family.

“Do what gives you life.”

Getting the Edge on Jaimie

What is your favorite quote?

“You are happiest when you are making the greatest contribution.” -Robert F. Kennedy

What are your favorite things to do outside of work?

Almost anything outdoors snowboarding, sledding, hiking, wake surfing, surfing, going to the river and playing with my dogs. Believe it or not another of my favorite things is doing chores around my house.

What is something that happened to you that doesn’t happen to everyone?

I once found a $1000 Weiner Dog named Susie.

Blog Posts Authored by Jaimie

Four Ongoing Cybersecurity Trends Threatening Your Business

Tech innovations are hailed for their potential to boost efficiency, increase profits, and generally make life easier for a business leader. While these promises are often delivered, innovation also brings with it new and increasingly dangerous forms of cyberattack. Hackers are in a constant race to tailor their efforts to the latest software and then […]

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EdgeLink Supports ChickTech at MidSummer Picnic

On July 26, 2014, I had the great experience to volunteer for ChickTech at their MidSummer Picnic.  EdgeLink encourages all its employees to get involved with organizations or programs that are important to them or that they are passionate about.  This was the first ChickTech event that I was a part of – but is […]

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