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IBM Vet Anne Altman Named to Gunnison Consulting Group’s Board of Directors

Jeff Brody
Anne Altman

Anne Altman, a 35-year veteran of IBM (NYSE: IBM) and chairman of Siemens Government Technologies’ board of directors, has been appointed a board member at Gunnison Consulting Group.

She also serves on the boards of Maximus, TechFlow, SPX Flow (NYSE: FLOW) and LiveSafe, Gunnison said Monday.

Her more than three decades of career at IBM included vice president and general manager roles with responsibility over the technology firm’s government and public sector projects.

Altman is the CEO of Everyone Matters, a citizen-based service-providing organization she also co-founded in 2017.

Gunnison is headquartered in Alexandria, Va., and offers a range of IT consulting services encompassing information security, systems design and development, enterprise platforms, data analytics, geospatial data collection and Agile development.

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