Fairfax, VA — November 3, 2021 — Gunnison Consulting Group, Inc. (“Gunnison”), a leader in software development, data analytics, ITSM, and cybersecurity for U.S. Federal Government customers announced today that industry veteran Meaghan Bouchoux Carter has joined the Company’s executive leadership team as Senior Vice President of the Health & Civil Division.
Gunnison CEO Gil Dussek notes, “Meaghan brings 20+ years of proven executive experience delivering tangible outcomes and results, an established track record of creating, developing and maintaining customer relationships, and a leadership style fashioned to drive a diverse and growing business. Furthermore, her specialized expertise in agile delivery, IT modernization, and digital transformation will prove invaluable in providing innovative technology solutions that will help our customers tackle their most challenging mission objectives. I am very excited to have Meaghan join the Gunnison team as we continue to scale into our next phase of growth.”
As SVP of Gunnison’s Health & Civil Division, Ms. Carter will lead all aspects of the portfolio’s go-to-market strategy that effectively communicates Gunnison’s value proposition to current and future customers across the Federal healthcare landscape as well as Civilian departments and agencies. She will drive diversification in customer sets, improve efficiency, and target new capabilities to markets that Gunnison currently serves.
Gunnison Board member Anne Altman (former IBM Global Public Sector head) added, “Gil has effectively assembled a distinguished leadership team with deep experience in the Federal sector. With these additions Gunnison is poised to accelerate its growth in 2022 and beyond.”
Ms. Carter is an established industry veteran having served in senior roles at Blue Canopy (acquired by Jacobs), and ActioNet. She is a Fed100 winner who has delivered full-lifecycle IT services across Civilian agencies including the Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, National Credit Union Administration, National Science Foundation, and the U.S. Treasury. Ms. Carter has a certificate of Management Excellence from Harvard Business School and is a graduate of James Madison University’s College of Business.