Customer Value Partners hires one exec, elevates another
- By Washington Technology staff
- Jun 18, 2021
Customer Value Partners, a business and technology consulting firm, has hired a nearly three-decade federal health sector veteran as chief strategy officer and promoted one of its executives to chief growth officer.
As chief strategy officer, Todd Pantezzi will be responsible for CVP’s overall approach to growth across its accounts and delivery to clients in federal health. Kirthi Anantharam will oversee CVP’s strategic business and solution expansion efforts as chief growth officer, the company said Wednesday.
“Our senior leadership is now matured to match our growth trajectory in becoming one of the premier, innovative mid-sized consulting firms in the government sector,” CVP founder and CEO Anirudh Kulkarni said in a release.
Pantezzi was most recently vice president of business development for Perspecta’s health group. His career also includes BD leadership roles at ICF, Computer Sciences Corp., United Health Group, General Dynamics and SRA International.
Anantharam joined Fairfax, Virginia-headquartered CVP in 2014 and was most recently senior vice president of corporate growth. Prior to CVP, he was a program director for Lockheed Martin’s former IT and professional services business.