Tara Murphy Dougherty Succeeds Chris Taylor as Govini CEO

Jeff Brody
Tara Murphy Dougherty

Tara Murphy Dougherty, former president of Govini‘s national security business, has succeeded Chris Taylor as CEO of the government market research company.

She has led Govini’s growth and strategic initiatives in the federal market over the past two years, the company said Tuesday.

Murphy Dougherty previously held a business development position at Palantir Technologies and served as chief of staff for global strategic affairs in the Pentagon’s Office of the Secretary of Defense.

She holds a term membership at the Council on Foreign Relations, a nonprofit organization conducting research into U.S. foreign policy and international affairs.

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