Health IT solutions provider CNSI has added Kelly Loeffler to its management team as vice president of deals, strategy and capture to help develop and execute growth strategies and identify partnership and investment opportunities.
Loeffler has nearly two decades of sales leadership and capture experience. Most recently, she was global capture management leader at IBM Watson Health. There, she led the creation and implementation of the government business development lifecycle.
Prior to IBM, Loeffler held leadership positions at Optum, HP Enterprise Services and EDS.
“Kelly is a strong leader and a great addition to the team we are building at CNSI,” said CNSI CEO Todd Stottlemyer. “With her experience in successful capture execution, Kelly will be instrumental to helping us achieve our strategic growth objectives.”
Loeffler has led capture teams that secured more than $1.5 billion in IT services revenue across multiple industries. In addition, she received the inaugural Women of Watson Health award in 2017 for being the Corporate Change Agent.
“I am excited to join CNSI at this important time in the company’s history,” Loeffler said. “I see a direct correlation to how the work CNSI does improves the lives of others, and I look forward to contributing to CNSI’s positive momentum and future marketplace growth.”
Loeffler is the latest in a series of CNSI’s new management hires. This month, the company named David Gulli vice president of software quality assurance and Linda Mras vice president of contracts. In August, CNSI announced Melissa Fannin as senior vice president of federal business development and John Nixon as senior vice president, senior account executive and corporate strategy.