Parthasarathy will oversee the Tysons, Va.-based nonprofit government consulting services contractor’s strategic investments and innovation efforts and help revitalize the LMI Research Institute as part of his appointment to the newly created role, LMI said Wednesday.
He is a finance and strategy professional who held executive positions at several defense contractors such as Raytheon (NYSE: RTN), Harris (NYSE: HRS) and Cobham’s advanced electronic solutions business.
The creation of the CTO role is part of LMI’s reorganization effort that seeks to align the business with national security, defense and health markets and facilitate the delivery of digital, analytics, management advisory and logistics services to federal government clients.
“This transformation is a direct result of the feedback from our consultants gathered during my first 90 days at LMI,” said Dave Zolet, LMI president and CEO.
“LMI needs to focus on our core capabilities, while innovating to lead our customers on their digital government journey,” Zolet added.
Other members of LMI’s senior leadership team include:
- Angie Casper, SVP and chief human resources officer
- Brian Fitzpatrick, SVP of business development
- Christen Smith, VP of management advisory services
- Jeffery Bennett, SVP of logistics
- John Selman, VP of national security
- Joshua Wilson, VP of advanced analytics
- Pat Tamburrino, VP of health
- Robert Lech, VP of defense
- Sandra Perez Hawthorne, VP of communications
- Suzan Cengiz, director of transformation management office
- Tamara Jack, SVP, chief legal officer and corporate secretary
- William Brydges, VP of digital services