Wolf Den Associates Co-Founder Kevin Robbins Receives His First Wash100 Award

Wolf Den Associates Co-Founder Kevin Robbins Receives His First Wash100 Award
Executive Mosaic CEO Jim Garrettson (L) and Wolf Den Co-Founder Kevin Robbins (R)

Founder and CEO of Executive Mosaic Jim Garrettson presented Kevin Robbins, co-founder of consulting firm Wolf Den Associates and investment firm Blue Delta Capital Partners, with his first Wash100 Award on Wednesday.

Robbins has received the most prestigious and coveted award in all of government contracting (GovCon) for his active involvement in some of the major transactions in the government contracting space.

Robbins spun off Wolf Den with Barry Landew to help companies grow their business in the federal market. Robbins has been actively involved in all of Blue Delta’s investments, some of which include 42Six, Acentia, PA and KTSi.

Executive Mosaic CEO Jim Garrettson (L) Presents 2020 Wash100 Award to Wolf Den Co-Founder Kevin Robbins (R)
Executive Mosaic CEO Jim Garrettson (L) Presents 2020 Wash100 Award to Wolf Den Co-Founder Kevin Robbins (R)

“Our investing approach of properly aligning our incentives with those of the management teams that we back has created dynamic partnerships that have helped build a number of great companies,” Robbins said in September 2019.

Robbins was instrumental in LMI’s acquisition of national defense and homeland security contractor The Tauri Group. He was also involved in Vista Equity Partners’ purchase of the majority stake in Sonatype, a software supply chain automation company.

Executive Mosaic congratulates Robbins as well as the teams for Wolf Den Associates and Blue Delta Capital Partners for their 2020 Wash100 Award selection. His commitment to grow companies in the federal sector has demonstrated his leadership, vision and achievement in the GovCon industry.

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