Guidehouse shuffles exec roles in financial services
- By Ross Wilkers
- Oct 28, 2020
Now one full year on from a large acquisition, Guidehouse is continuing to make a series of appointments in its leadership ranks across all segments of the management and technology consulting company.
The latest move pertains to Guidehouse’s financial services segment, where the firm announced Tuesday that two-decade public sector veteran Sherlonda Goode-Jones now oversees that line of work with public sector clients.
Goode-Jones leads practice teams that support government agencies or other objectives that involve financial institutions, capital markets and companies involved in them as participants or regulated entities.
She succeeds Bill Lewis, who shifts to a new position in charge of the financial services segment’s business development and growth function. Lewis will stay involved in client-facing services to certain customers.
McLean, Virginia-based Guidehouse closed its $1.1 billion acquisition of Navigant Consulting in October 2019 to gain a greater footprint in highly-regulated markets such as energy, financial services and health care. Guidehouse undertook that deal one year after the former PwC U.S. public sector business was carved out from the former parent.
Other key financial services appointments Guidehouse announced Tuesday include:
- Paul Phaneuf, segment growth officer
- Alma Angotti, global legislative and regulatory risk leader
- Tim Mueller, segment technology leader
- Samit Khare, technology risk leader
This year has also seen Guidehouse promote David Zito to chief growth officer and elevate Kim Cirka to public health sector lead, the latter of which followed the promotion of Alicia Harkness to lead all of the firm's health market work.
Ross Wilkers is a senior staff writer for Washington Technology. He can be reached at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter: @rosswilkers. Also connect with him on LinkedIn.