Sapient GS promotes trio of directors to VP roles

New portfolios aim at strenghtening company markets

Sapient Government Services announced the promotion of three directors to the position of vice president with the goal of further developing the client base and recognizing their contributions to the company, according to a July 25 announcement.

As VP Denise Antinori will direct Sapient’s Health Administration and Life Sciences Division, with a focus on supporting the nation’s healthcare mission and leading the company's growing work with health clients such as the Health and Human Services Department, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Institutes of Health.

Nathan Brewer will lead Sapient’s Defense and Citizen Services & Safety Divisions. These two divisions will continue to focus on Sapient’s long-term relationships with the Defense Department and the FBI, while delivering new value to federal government agencies and non-profit organizations.

Raj Shah will provide leadership and direction for Sapient’s Security and Critical Infrastructure Division. He has been instrumental in developing the company’s presence with clients in this market, including the Homeland Security, Energy, and Transportation departments, and the intelligence community.

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