CollabraLink Technologies, Inc. has promoted Luana Lewis to president and chief operating officer and hired Yoko Jolly to oversee the operations of the company’s health care programs.
Over the last five years, Lewis guided and oversaw CollabraLink’s successes spanning operational execution, organizational development and growth achievement, the company said.
“This promotion to President is exceedingly well deserved and I cannot think of a better person to entrust leading CollabraLink’s day to day as well as strategic operations,” CollabraLink CEO Rahul Pandhi said. “Luana exemplifies the type of leader we seek to grow at CollabraLink.”
Before joining CollabraLink in 2013 as COO, Lewis served as senior vice president at Acentia (formerly 2020 Company), where she led the company’s Science and Education Sector and focused on program management, business development and client service delivery for federal clients.
Jolly brings over 20 years of experience from Accenture to her new role as vice president of operations. Most recently, Jolly worked with clients at the departments of Justice and Veterans Affairs on modernization efforts that included moving clients to Salesforce, Pega and cloud-based infrastructure, as well as standing up analytics and agile and DevOps capabilities.
The company said Jolly looks forward “to bringing CollabraLink’s unique capabilities to help Clients Bridge the gap between strategy and implementation.”
“What drew me to Collabralink was its focus on delivering outcomes, not just great IT,” Jolly said. “Clients need partners who can be stewards of their vision and business objectives. As technologies evolve, our industry needs to focus on harnessing its power to further tangible business outcomes, not just add to an already large inventory of the latest tools and technologies. Collabralink’s approach of driving with user-centered design and delivering in alignment is a compelling way to make certain that outcomes drive solutions – not the other way around.”
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