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Consultant Profiles



Soraya Correa: Served as the Chief Procurement Officer at DHS. Held senior positions as Head of Contracting Activity
at ICE and Associate Director of the USCIS Directorate. Designed several programs at DHS that have been adopted by other federal agencies to improve business processes and support the continued development and growth of the acquisition workforce. These include the Acquisition Innovations in Motion (AIiM) framework, the Procurement Innovation Lab (PIL), Reverse Industry Days, and the Education, Development, Growth,and Excellence (EDGE) mentoring program.

Keith Salzman: Is a physician-leader-innovator with over 30 years’ success delivering quality care to patients and fostering team building from clinic to hospital level staff while pioneering informatics in the US Army
and other DoD agencies, supporting health information interoperability between the DoD, the VA, and purchased care organizations.

​Bart Harmon: Served as Director of Information Management and Chief Medical Information Officer for the US Military Health System (MHS). Led development and secured approval of MHS’s $4.8B IT budget and managed vision, requirements, and investments for all MHS information technology platforms. Served as Chief Medical Officer for Harris Corporation with responsibilities across the VA, the DoD, and a commercial health business unit start-up that was built into a $200M business in five years.

Will Rodriguez: Served as the Chief Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), where he directed end-to-end systems engineering, integration, and interoperability of the Navy’s C4ISR systems. Was responsible for a 3,500+ military, civil service, and contractor
support workforce that performed systems engineering, testing, and certification support for all C4ISR programs in the Navy with a program budget of over $9B.

Arthur Billingsley: Served as a commissioned Naval Officer with experience and relationships across DoD, including the Navy, DISA/OSD, the Military Sealift Command (MSC), USTRANSCOM, the Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard. Has held leadership roles supporting opportunity identification and capture on network, cyber, cloud, and HR system opportunities at Oracle, Booz Allen Hamilton, CSC, and Lockheed Martin.

Mike Quinn: Served as Director of Information Technology
Management for the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) and Facility Director for Quality Management and Director of IT-End User Operations for 32 VA facilities encompassing 451 Tier II and III technical staff. Led medical informatics
initiatives for VHA which included veterans’ eligibility, veteran call centers, robotically operated mail-out pharmaceuticals, VAMC canteen services, third party insurance billing, and accounts receivable.



Jean TaylorIs an accomplished business development, capture and proposal management executive for enterprise infrastructure, systems integration, software development, networks, cloud, cybersecurity, and professional services. Has over 25 years’ experience as a program manager, capture manager, business developer, proposal manager, volume lead, solutions architect, and writer.

Thomas Wells: Held executive level positions with Leidos, General Dynamics Information Technology, CSRA, NES Associates, and SAIC. Is a United States Army Signal Corps veteran with 20 years’ experience supporting DISA programs. Worked with other DoD and federal clients including the DCMA, the DLA, the Justice Department, and the FBI. Successfully executed business development for both large and small businesses to include opportunity, capture, and proposal management.

Kathie TerwilligerIs a business development veteran with a 30-year track record of success designing strategies and tactics to capture billions of dollars in opportunities across cabinet-level civilian agencies, including victories on major GSA, VA, DoD, and IC network services contracts. Served as a senior executive with federal sales responsibilities as Vice President of Civilian Sales at AT&T Government Systems; Regional Vice President at Sprint; Vice President of Sales, DoD and Civilian Agencies at Avaya; and Vice President for Civilian Agency Sales at Juniper Networks.

Ann Zimmerman: Senior Systems/Sales Engineer with Splunk. Success in developing leading-edge IT solutions for federal agencies including US Courts, Treasury, State, FBI, NASA and FAA and Federal Reserve. Strong focus on security including PKI and PKI-enabled applications, SIEM, SOAR, network edge defense, managed file transfer and identity management solution

Dianne Pierce: More than 25 years’ experience in all aspects of large-scale federal government contracting efforts, including proposal preparation, negotiation, program and contract management, account development, training, and post award sales and marketing. Has expertise with a wide range of contract types and solicitation vehicles, with strong emphasis on the GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) program.

Barry Rosenberg: Former editor of Gannett’s C4ISRNET and 1105 Media’s Defense Systems magazines. Experienced in communications, IT and networks, cybersecurity, data analytics, risk and governance, software development, intelligence, unmanned systems and sensors, and command and control. Was a technical writer and team leader of senior executives, program managers, engineers, and subject matter experts.

Terry Caruthers: Is an orals presentation coach with IT technical and management experience in government and industry coaching orals presentations valued at more than  $11B. Had extensive consulting experience following eight years as in-house orals presentation coach on over 100 proposals for Northrop Grumman IT and its acquired companies PRC, Litton, and Logicon.

Doug McVicar: Served as Vice President of Client Program Management at CSC where he led an 800-person organization in the delivery of program management services for a $4B  IT and mission services business unit. Led and managed all aspects of operations for NES Associates (now GDIT), including the expansion of the business from traditional DoD network infrastructure services to general IT, cybersecurity, and  enterprise software development services.

Dean Marzetta: Has over 20 years’ experience as  a federal proposal manager, volume manager, solutions manager, and writer, specializing in large scale technical engineering, manufacturing, R&D systems, prototype development, agile development, and test and evaluation.

Heather O'Connor: Is a proposal specialist with more than 20 years’ experience working on both commercial and government proposals in domestic and foreign markets.  Has a significant portfolio supporting networks, logistics, cybersecurity, enterprise infrastructure, healthcare, defense, intelligence, education, and environmental remediation. Has served on numerous contract bids as a graphic artist, desktop publisher, editor, coordinator, and presentation designer.

Jim Guilfoyle: Has over 30 years’ experience in government IT business development, operations, and proposals. Retired as President of Open Text Public Sector Solutions (OTPSS), with previous roles as Senior Vice President, Business Development at Lockheed Martin, CSC, SAIC, Veridian and GDIT. Captured almost 100 wins with an aggregate value of over $6.5 billion.

Linda Sweeney: Has more than 25 years’ experience managing, writing, and editing proposals for federal government agencies, state and local governments, and private industry. Skilled in all areas of the proposal development process including managing, writing, editing, and developing graphics and financial presentations. Is a strong technical writer with extensive experience writing hardware and software documentation.

Linda von PfahlOver 20 years’ experience managing, writing, and editing proposals. Has proficiency in managing the entire proposal lifecycle process across authors, editors, subject matter experts, subcontractors, and desktop publishing staff.

Art Hyman: Is an expert in structuring multi-year financing for federal user-based technology projects. Led the federal business for Key Government Finance (KGF), part of KeyCorp, a Cleveland-based regional bank.

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