Executive Profile: Kelly Collins, President for Public Sector at Digital Reasoning

Kelly Collins
Kelly Collins

Kelly Collins has served as president of Digital Reasoning‘s public sector business since February and is responsible for the company’s programs with government agencies, policymakers and partners.

She has more than 30 years of experience and held leadership roles at companies in the enterprise software and systems market.

She previously served as vice president for the public sector at Bromium, VP for strategy and technology policy at Hewlett-Packard, president of SAS Institute‘s federal business, VP for government and homeland security at General Electric and an account manager at IBM.

Collins also worked at Sybase, BEA Systems and Shape Security and founded C4i Inc.

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