Red River has appointed Jeff Snider as chief growth officer (CGO), effective immediately, to develop its contract portfolio with new contract vehicles and programs supporting the company’s federal, state and local government customers.
“Red River has grown tremendously in the past five years, and Jeff has played a key role in making that possible,” said Alan Dumas, CEO for Red River. “Jeff is the right leader to help Red River position itself for our next stage of growth, as we continue to expand our capabilities, increase our capacity to take on large-scale, multi-year projects, and seek out new opportunities to support our customers.”
In his new role, Snider will also create a new Business Development Organization that will support Red River’s cross-functional business development strategy.
Snider previously served as Red River’s vice president of strategy development. Under his leadership, Red River has grown its contract portfolio to include three active Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWAC), seven active civilian contract vehicles, six active Department of Defense (DoD) contract vehicles and over 40 active state and local contracts.
Snider joined Red River in 2011 as vice president of Business Capture. He has more than three decades of across capture efforts, proposal generation, task order proposals and professional services quotation responses. He also has a technical sales and management background that has bolstered strategic capture leadership in managing contract vehicles.
“In the nine years I’ve been with Red River, our growth has been nothing short of remarkable, with high quality, sustainable revenues across multiple customer sectors,” said Snider. “Not only have we continued to expand our team every year, but we have expanded our services and offerings, while solidifying ourselves as a key player in this industry. I’m thrilled to continue to be a part of this great team and the growth it is consistently generating.”