Leadership Council

For senior-level executives of large companies


  • David Zolet, LMI President and Chief Executive Officer

    David Zolet, LMI President and Chief Executive Officer

    David Zolet is president and CEO of LMI, a management consulting firm with a 55-year history of serving the federal government. Prior to joining LMI, Mr. Zolet spent nearly
    7 years with DXC Technology (formerly CSC) in executive roles, most recently as executive vice president and general manager for the Americas region. Before that, he led the
    North American Public Sector, a $5.7 billion business unit offering solutions and
    services to support the missions of federal, state, and local government agencies.

    A senior executive with vast corporate experience in general management, business development, engineering, strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, and customer and government relations, Mr. Zolet has a strong record of achievement in business development and operational management. This varied experience includes delivering strong financial results in startups, turnarounds, and high-growth business and building and directing successful teams.

    Mr. Zolet joined DXC Technology from IBM, where he was vice president of systems integration. Previously, he spent more than 20 years with Northrop Grumman Corporation, including as president of its Defense group; vice president of the then newly created corporate business development organization; president of the Commercial, State and Local group; and vice president of homeland security.

    Mr. Zolet earned an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, as well as an MS in electrical engineering and a bachelor’s degree in engineering science from Johns Hopkins University.

  • Greg Baroni, CEO, Attain

    Greg Baroni, CEO, Attain Leadership Council Chairman

    Greg Baroni is the founder and CEO of Attain, as well as the Chairman of the WashingtonExec Leadership Council. Mr. Baroni spent the past seven years serving in a leadership capacity at Unisys Corporation. He served in both an officer role as a corporate senior vice president and in an operational leadership role as president, Federal Systems and Global Public Sector. In these roles, he was responsible for a worldwide business comprised of six geographic regions and the U.S. Federal Systems group. Under his leadership, these business units achieved extraordinary results. During his tenure, the Federal Systems group doubled its revenue while achieving industry standard operating margins.

    Read about Baroni’s 2012 Executive of the Year win from the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards here on WashingtonExec. We also interviewed Baroni about engineering a ‘built-to-last’ business.


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