Executive Profile: Gina Trombley, Parsons Group EVP for Federal Business Unit

Gina Trombley
Gina Trombley

Gina Trombley serves as group executive vice president of the federal business unit at Parsons.

In this capacity, she oversees global sales operations and strategic programs for the federal business unit, which provides engineering and management support services to clients in the defense, security, intelligence, environmental and infrastructure markets.

Prior to her current position, Trombley served as aviation division manager and senior VP of mining and infrastructure at Parsons.

She joined Parsons in 2013 after spending 14 years at GE Transportation, where she held executive roles in the field of marketing and global services.

The 20-year industry veteran also spent six years as an intelligence officer in the U.S. Army.

Trombley graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point with a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies.

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