Booz Allen EVP, Civilian Lead Jimmy Henry to Retire

Jimmy Henry
Jimmy Henry

Booz Allen Hamilton Executive Vice President Jimmy Henry has informed the company he intends to retire as of April 1, the Washington Business Journal reports.

Citing a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, Jill Aitoro writes Henry provided notice of his retirement last week.

The 26-year company veteran serves as civil market head and leads a team responsible for growing the company’s business footprint in health, financial, treasury, energy, transportation, justice, homeland security, entitlement and other civil agencies.

He also leads commercial market initiatives and his team includes 30 market executive and senior vice presidents, 25 market vice presidents and 80 market principals.

Henry has served on the board of directors and on the board’s finance committee.

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