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Former Booz Allen Exec Paul Ingholt Named Partner of Guidehouse Nat’l Security Segment

Jeff Brody
Paul Ingholt

Paul Ingholt, a 19-year veteran of Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), has joined Guidehouse's national security segment as a partner.

He brings three decades of defense sector experience to Guidehouse NSS and will oversee the unit's financial performance, business strategy development and technology integration operations in his new position, the management consulting firm said Wednesday.

Ingholt will also aim to grow the company's intelligence community portfolio.

At Booz Allen, he served as partner and senior vice president for its international account with responsibility over defense and security transformation projects with IC and international customers.

Before he joined industry in 2000, Ingholt held leadership roles at the CIA and the Department of Defense, where he supported program analysis and strategic efforts as well as programming and intelligence planning activities.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and economics from University of Washington and a juris doctorate from the American University Washington College of Law.

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