Booz Allen Vet Mark Colturi Joins MBA Consulting Services as COO

Mark Colturi
Mark Colturi

Mark Colturi, a 25-year veteran of Booz Allen Hamilton, has been named chief operating officer of MBA Consulting Services.

He will report directly to Lou Coleman, MBA president and CEO, and oversee the delivery of platforms designed to help customers address mission challenges, the company said Monday.

"Mark will play a critical role in leading, designing and implementing MBA's next phase operations and growth strategies," Coleman said.

Colturi started his career at Booz Allen in 1987 and served as a principal there. His 35-year industry career has also included time as a senior vice president of Digital Management Inc. and Salient CRGT's federal solutions business and an executive VP at Sevatec.

MBA is headquartered in Chantilly, Va., and works with federal clients in areas such as information technology, engineering, facilities management.

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