Health technology provider CNSI has appointed Trish Hunter as vice president of capture and Brian Wilbon as vice president in the newly created division of innovation and market research.
Hunter’s expertise includes end-to-end request for proposal response developments, demonstrations and oral presentations, systems integration, data analytics, technical sales, product portfolio management, and fiscal agent operations management. Prior to CNSI, she was capture manager for General Dynamics Information Technology supporting health and human services and non-health opportunities.
Wilbon will lead CNSI’s Innovation Lab and brings over 25 years of experience in the health and human services industry, including leadership roles in state government, and experience with business process reengineering, product design and development, technology assessment and planning, finance and large-scale project implementation. Prior to CNSI, he worked at IBM Watson Health, where he led the social program management product team.
“Brian and Trish come to CNSI with a unique understanding of the market dynamics and pain points that technology can solve for our clients because they, too, have solved many of the same pain points while serving in or alongside similar client roles themselves,” said Todd Stottlemyer, CEO of CNSI. “Their perspective combined with the upcoming launch of CNSI’s Innovation Lab will further embed the voice of the client in our market and technology solutions planning and enable us to deliver even greater value to our clients through existing and new product and service offerings.”