Former G&B President Denise Manning Joins NuAxis as VP; Raza Latif Quoted

Former G&B President Denise Manning Joins NuAxis as VP; Raza Latif Quoted
Raza Latif President NuAxis Innovations

Denise Manning, former president of consulting services provider G&B Solutions, has been named vice president of resource conservation at Tysons, Virginia-based information technology contractor NuAxis Innovations.

She will be responsible for driving NuAxis' technical program and customer service objectives to support the departments of Interior and Agriculture, the company said Wednesday.

Her three-decade career has included prior roles as chief operating officer at G&B, program manager at Fairfax Imaging and project management director at BIAP Systems.

Manning also spent 12 years with Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), where she managed programs within the enterprise solutions organization. 

Raza Latif, president at NuAxis Innovations, said he expects Manning's business leadership experience to help the company in growth and customer experience initiatives in the federal market.

The IT firm also named Amanda Chavez, formerly a lead associate with Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), as a director in charge of implementing and expanding CX programs.

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