Booz Allen EVP Judi Dotson to Assume Leadership of Nat’l Security Unit

Jeff Brody
Judi Dotson

Judi Dotson, an executive vice president responsible for Booz Allen Hamilton‘s (NYSE: BAH) joint combatant command business, will transition to a new role as head of the company’s national security unit beginning on April 1.

She will succeed Christopher Ling, who will retire by the end of this year after a 29-year career at Booz Allen, the company said said Friday.

In her current capacity, Dotson oversees capture, delivery and strategy development for the firm’s projects with defense agencies and combatant commands.

Dotson has worked with civilian and defense clients in areas such as cybersecurity, workforce management, analytics, system modernization and cloud migration throughout her 31-year career.

“She has a strong record of anticipating the needs of our clients, shaping opportunities, and delivering with excellence, all while developing talented teams and the leaders of tomorrow,” said Horacio Rozanski, president and CEO of Booz Allen and a two-time Wash100 awardee.

Dotson also served as a board member at TechAmerica’s public sector division and the Nature Generation nonprofit.

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