Government services provider Maximus has named Teresa “Terry” Weipert as its new U.S. federal services segment general manager.
Weipert steps into the position previously held by Tom Romeo, who’s retiring after almost 10 years in the role.
President and CEO Bruce Caswell said the U.S. federal services segment has expanded drastically in the past decade, “thanks to the dedicated leadership of Tom, and we cannot thank him enough for his contributions to our company.”
“His successor, Terry, is poised to further this growth based upon her years of experience in the federal and public sector markets and broad skills in technology and business process management,” Caswell continued. “We believe our future is very bright, as we aim to continue to build upon our current momentum, and Terry is the right person at this moment to lead us there.”
Weipert recently served as vice president and service delivery leader at IBM, leading its health care, life sciences and SLED public markets. Her other leadership experience includes executive roles at Accenture, Sutherland Global Services and Unisys.
“I am honored and excited to join Maximus, as the company continues to differentiate itself from competitors through its technology and approach to citizen services,” she said. “I am looking forward to building upon the foundation laid by Tom and the Maximus team over the past ten years and taking it to new heights.”