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Carl Rosenblatt Named CNSI EVP, Chief Business Dev’t Officer; Todd Stottlemyer Quoted

Carl Rosenblatt

Carl Rosenblatt, formerly mid-Atlantic sales and marketing leader at PwC, has joined health information technology systems provider CNSI as an executive vice president and chief business development officer.

He will oversee CNSI’s sales and business development initiatives, the company said Wednesday.

Todd Stottlemyer, CEO of CNSI and a 2019 Wash100 winner, said Rosenblatt’s business development experience would help expand the company’s efforts to deliver novel platforms meant to reduce health care costs and improve health outcomes.

Rosenblatt brings to the newly created position nearly three decades of business development and sales experience in federal, state government and commercial markets.

He has held leadership positions at Acentia, QinetiQ North America, BearingPoint and SRA. He started his career as a sports writer for The Washington Post and has authored books about business capture and development, pricing and proposal development.

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