HHS, LLC has named Derek Kissos chief growth officer to lead business development efforts and play a vital role in business innovation and strategy for the company.
Kissos, who most recently was HHS’ executive vice president of strategy and growth, will now bring focused leadership, innovation and strategic thought to the company’s growth, said HHS CEO Bobby Floyd.
“His creativity and strategic thinking have already made an impact at HHS, and I’m excited for him to implement long-term growth strategies that add value to our customers and address their unique needs and challenges,” Floyd said of Kissos.
In his new role, Kissos will provide direction and leadership for global sales and marketing efforts. He’ll be tasked with keeping marketing efforts aligned with the organizational vision to deliver client experiences that support and drive revenue growth and profitability.
Kissos said his long-term goal “is to become an internal integrator who helps our organization operate cohesively at all levels and drives us to view every initiative through a growth lens.”
Kissos joined HHS in 2020 after holding sales, strategy and advisement roles in health care, defense and intelligence. He also served in the U.S. Army, most recently in the Executive Strategy Group for the Army Chief of Staff in the Pentagon, and deploying in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.