Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Secretary & Treasurer, LMI
For Tamara Jack, leading the sale of LMI from its not-for-profit parent has been her biggest recent achievement ⏤ and one that positioned the company to expand as a top technology innovator with tangible value to government customers and employees.
The deal was the largest in the company’s 62-year history and created two distinct organizations ⏤ the independent nonprofit NobleReach Foundation, and LMI, a for-profit organization. The effort included deal structure, design and execution to a consortium of investment firms led by Declaration Partners (David Rubenstein’s family office).
In 2023, Jack’s team is creating enterprise value and continuing to partner with business leaders to structure and implement an aggressive growth strategy, combining organic growth and strategic acquisitions. In addition, LMI has introduced a new, equity-based structure to attract and retain top talent effectively.
“I am grateful to have such a strong and dedicated team,” she said. “Each day, I know they are focused on creating value through innovative solutions to deliver extraordinary outcomes and define The New Speed of Possible™ for our customers and each other.”
LMI CEO Doug Wagoner said Jack’s leadership transcends the traditional CFO role.
“She is a true strategic business partner for me and our board,” he said. “She has been instrumental in leading all of our successful acquisitions ⏤ she approaches each through a strategic lens, not only focused on the financial elements. She anticipates how the acquisition will positively affect our employees and customers to build enterprise value.”