Booz Allen Vet Anna Steinberg Named AbleVets Growth VP

Anna Steinberg

Anna Steinberg, a 17-year veteran of Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), joined AbleVets, a health information technology services contractor based in Chantilly, Va., as vice president of growth.

Steinberg will bring two decades of experience in the federal health market to focus on AbleVets’ growth strategy through business development, market expansion, proposal and capture management and partnerships, the company said Thursday.

“Anna is an accomplished executive who understands how to approach and solve large-scale IT challenges,” said Wyatt Smith, CEO and founder of AbleVets.

“Her knowledge of the federal health ecosystem combined with an ability to implement sustainable strategies that meet clients’ current and future needs, identifies Anna as the right leader to advance AbleVets’ growth agenda,” Smith added.

Steinberg said she will continue to execute the company’s growth efforts and meet the health and clinical requirements of veterans and active-duty service personnel through the delivery of tech platforms.

Steinberg previously served as a principal at Booz Allen where she managed federal health IT portfolios and helped deliver cyber, analytics and other tech platforms to military health programs and federal agencies.

She is an active volunteer for The Children’s Inn at NIH and an advocate of continuous learning, innovation and diversity initiatives.

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