Red River has promoted Ross Woodley from president of the Consulting Services division to chief programs officer.
Woodley will continue to oversee Red River’s Strategic Programs business, as well as the other business units within the Consulting Services division. He joined the company in 2016 as vice president of Strategic Programs.
“In the three years he has spent overseeing our Strategic Programs, Ross has gained unique and invaluable insight into our capabilities, resources and productivity, and how we can better align to meet the growing needs of our customers,” said Rick Bolduc, executive chair of the board of directors. “This practical perspective, combined with his vision and leadership, will be a tremendous asset to our executive team.”
As president of Red River’s year-old Consulting Services division, Woodley has led his team to define its place in the market and has seen the company awarded the Strategic Offender Management System, a 10-year, $46 million contract with the state of California; and CBOSS, a subcontractor award with Accenture to accelerate IT modernization efforts for the Energy Department.
Prior to Red River, Woodley spent five years with Dell EMC, where he was the director of COCOM/Defense Agency/MHS Strategic Program Pursuit. He has also worked as an account executive for the Department of Veteran Affairs. A retired Air Force colonel, Woodley last served as the director of Washington operations at the U.S. Joint Forces Command, Washington, D.C.
His promotion was the latest of several recent additions to Red River’s executive team, including Tim Rod as chief technology officer, Jason Juranek as chief financial officer and Jenn Hood as senior vice president of human resources.