CNSI announced on Tuesday that Kelly Loeffler has joined the company as the vice president of deals, strategy & capture. Loeffler will be responsible for developing and executing the company’s growth strategy and identifying, developing and evaluating partnership and investment opportunities.
“Kelly is a strong leader and a great addition to the team we are building at CNSI,” said Todd Stottlemyer, CEO at CNSI and a 2019 Wash100 Award winner. “With her experience in successful capture execution, Kelly will be instrumental in helping us achieve our strategic growth objectives,” Stottlemyer added.
Loeffler joins CNSI with 20 years of sales leadership and capture experience. Most recently, she served as global capture management leader with IBM Watson Health, where she led the creation and implementation of the government business development lifecycle.
In addition, Loeffler has led capture teams responsible for securing over $1.5 billion in IT services revenue across multiple industries. She has also served Optum, HP Enterprise Services, and EDS. In 2017, she received the inaugural Women of Watson Health Award for being the Corporate Change Agent.
“I am excited to join CNSI at this important time in the company’s history,” said Loeffler. “I see a direct correlation to how the work CNSI does improves the lives of others, and I look forward to contributing to CNSI’s positive momentum and future marketplace growth.”
CNSI delivers a broad range of health information technology enterprise solutions and customizable products to a diverse base of state and federal agencies. We align, build, and manage innovative, high-quality, cost-effective solutions that help customers achieve their mission, enhance business performance, reduce costs, and improve the health for over 50 million Americans. With locations throughout the U.S. and in India, CNSI employs a world-class team of technologists, healthcare subject-matter experts and program managers, all of whom have experience with large scale mission-critical information technology implementations.