Former Maximus Exec Helene Fisher Named DLH Danya President; Zach Parker Comments

Helene Fisher

Helene Fisher, former program manager and vice president at Maximus‘ (NYSE: MMS) federal services division, has been appointed president of DLH Holdings Corp.‘s (Nasdaq: DLHC) DLH Danya subsidiary and a newly established operating unit at the Atlanta-based healthcare and logistics contractor.

She will oversee business operations mostly in the government civilian market and support customer missions with the company’s enterprise-wide technology and service offerings,  DLH said Tuesday.

DLH Danya was formed through DLH’s acquisition of health information technology and program management services provider Danya in May 2016 for $38.75 million in cash and stock.

DLH President and CEO Zach Parker said Fisher brings to the firm her management skills and experience in technology-based healthcare services that involve electronic health records, training systems, specialized staffing and call centers.

Fisher managed the operation and performance of a major program for the Department of Health and Human Services and several other federal civilian agencies in her previous role at Maximus.

Before Maximus, she led various program delivery efforts for the departments of State,  Homeland Security  and Justice as well as multiple EHR programs.

The former Army Signal Corps captain also holds Project Management Professional and Information Technology Infrastructure Library certifications.

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