DLH Names Jeanine Christian as S3 President, Jacqueline Everett as Chief Growth Officer

DLH Names Jeanine Christian as S3 President, Jacqueline Everett as Chief Growth Officer
Jeanine Christian S3 President DLH

Health care services contractor DLH Holdings (Nasdaq: DLHC) has appointed public health research executive Jeanine Christian as president of its Social & Scientific Systems business and GovCon industry veteran Jacqueline Everett as chief growth officer.

Christian succeeds Kevin Beverly as head of S3, which was acquired by DLH in June 2019, and will oversee operations in the life sciences and public health market with responsibilities over program contract execution, business growth generation, human resources and customer relationship management efforts, DLH said Monday.

Jacqueline Everett

She most recently served as vice president and business line manager of the public health research division at Battelle. She previously worked at Westat as a senior study director.

Everett will lead enterprise-wide business development initiatives in her new role at DLH. She is a 25-year GovCon industry leader who most recently worked at Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) as VP of business development and strategy and held leadership roles at DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), Serco and Computer Sciences Corp.

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