Leslie Siddeley Joins Octo as Senior Director for Health Growth

Jeff Brody
Leslie Siddeley

Leslie Siddeley, former vice president of Brillient's health solutions arm, has been appointed senior director for health growth at Octo Consulting, FedHealthIT reported Monday.

Siddeley, a more than 26-year information management veteran, will oversee the firm's efforts to drive growth in the federal health sector in her new capacity.

Prior to joining Brillient, Siddeley spent time in senior manager roles at General Dynamics' information technology business, Grant ThorntonDeloitte Consulting and Salient CRGT's Guident business.

She also served as a senior IT specialist for the National Institutes of Health and an evaluator for the Government Accountability Office where she conducted financial and operational assessments of various government programs.

She holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Northeastern University.

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