Nathan Naylor, a public affairs executive and technology entrepreneur, has joined CGI Federal as director for the veterans affairs sector within the company’s civilian business unit, GovCon Wire has learned.
He will oversee efforts to advance the use of digital platforms and other technologies to facilitate the delivery of health care services to veterans and their families.
“Nathan’s robust background in providing world-class advocacy for Veterans and their families informs our human-centered delivery of innovative tech solutions that will transform the way telehealth and other services are created and delivered,” said Alisa Bearfield, senior vice president and civilian business unit lead at CGI Federal.
Naylor said CGI has been implementing digital platforms to bring citizen-facing services on behalf of the federal government and that he looks forward to sharing his knowledge and expertise acquired through his government and industry experience to expand digital services in support of veterans, servicemembers and their families.
Prior to CGI Federal, Naylor was vice president for veterans health care at Philips North America. He spent two years at FleishmanHillard, where he served as an SVP and co-led the company’s veterans and military families practice.
He founded and led Soapbox as CEO and served as an associate at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH).
Naylor’s public sector career included time as communications director at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, deputy assistant secretary for public affairs at the Department of Veterans Affairs and associate press secretary at the White House.