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Gamble joins Health Solutions business development team at Vangent

Last week, Vangent, Inc. announced the appointment of Wanda Gamble to vice president of Business Development for Federal and State & Local Health in the Health Solutions Group.

Gamble brings more than 15 years of relevant experience to the table. Prior to joining Vangent, Gamble served as the director of Business Development for the Global Health Sector at SRA International, where she was responsible for a $1.2B global health pipeline with a primary focus on the Department of Health & Human Services. Gamble began her career in the United States Air Force and holds a B.S. in Government from Auburn University and a M.S. in Telecommunications Management from Golden Gate University.

“Ms. Gamble joined Vangent in June 2009 and will now be leading Vangent’s business development in a key growth area of the company, ” said Vangent CEO Mac Curtis. “She will find new opportunities for Vangent, particularly in agencies with a public health mission, such as the Department of Health & Human Services and state and local markets where there is a demand for IT services. She and her team will work with our existing customers to ensure that Vangent continues to meet their challenges.”

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