Gunnison adds chief growth officer
Gunnison Consulting Group has tapped Brian Westoff as its chief growth officer, a new addition to the company’s executive leadership team.
Westoff is a 25-year industry veteran and most recently was at Aquilent, where he built out a centralized sales function that helped the company grow from $25 million in revenue to $125 million. Aquilent was then acquired by Booz Allen Hamilton.
He also was a senior vice president at VMD Corp.
“Brian is a highly accomplished, seasoned Government Services executive with over 25 years of experience in providing innovative technology solutions that help build small companies into mid-sized ones, including a number of successful ones acquired by larger players in our sector,” said Gunnison CEO Gil Dussek.
ADussek will lead Gunnison's business development, capture and proposal management and marketing efforts. He will also drive the company’s go-to-market strategy.
The hiring of Westoff is part of a pattern at Gunnison to move into the middle tier of the market. The company has a minority investment from Blue Delta Capital Partners, which helped bring in Dussek, a former GDIT executive, as the CEO.
Gunnison recently acquired G2SF Inc. to add IT services capabilities such as mobility, security and integration. The company also has a couple of industry stalwarts on its board of advisors in former SRA International CEO Renny DiPentima and Anne Altman, the former IBM federal chief.
Posted by Nick Wakeman on Feb 10, 2021 at 2:28 PM