Sherlonda Goode-Jones Appointed to Lead Guidehouse Public Sector Financial Services Practice

Sherlonda Goode-Jones Appointed to Lead Guidehouse Public Sector Financial Services Practice
Sherlonda Goode-Jones Guidehouse

Sherlonda Goode-Jones, a 22-year government advisory services industry veteran, has been named public sector financial services practice leader at Guidehouse.

Her appointment is part of a series of executive appointments aimed to drive growth in the company's financial services segment, Guidehouse said Tuesday.

Goode-Jones will succeed Bill Lewis, who will now be in charge of the practice's business development, and will be responsible for refining its operating model.

Paul Phaneuf, a Guidehouse partner, will serve as growth officer of the FS segment and lead efforts to grow its pipeline and acquisition investments.

Alma Angotti has elevated to the position of global legislative and regulatory risk leader and she will focus on crafting a segment-wide response strategy to address regulatory and legislative challenges.

The McLean, Virginia-based company also named Tim Mueller and Samit Khare as FS practice technology leader and technology risk leader, respectively.

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