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CNSI Names Kelly Loeffler Deals, Strategy & Capture VP

Jeff Brody
Kelly Loeffler

Kelly Loeffler, former global capture management leader of IBM's (NYSE: IBM) Watson Health division, has joined CNSI as vice president of deals, strategy and capture.

She brings nearly two decades of capture and sales experience to CNSI and will help drive its growth, investment and partnership efforts in her new position, the company said Tuesday.

Previously, Loeffler was responsible for creating and implementing the government business development life cycle at IBM Watson Health, where she also received recognition for her work as a corporate change agent.

Her industry career also includes leadership roles at Optum, HP Enterprise Services and EDS.

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