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Cheryl R. Campbell - Senior Vice-President, Health & Compliance Programs and Defense Agency Programs
As an industry leader with 20 plus years of executive experience, Ms. Campbell is successful at building high performance executive teams and leading complex technology and operational organizations.
As Senior Vice-President, Ms. Campbell leads CGI Federal's Health & Compliance Programs and oversees Defense Agency Programs. She is responsible for the management, development, and execution of business for the Dept. of the Treasury, Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA), and Dept. of Defense Military Health Services (DoD/MHS), Dept. of Health and Human Services (HHS) and its’ operating divisions: the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Administration of Children and Families (ACF) and the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare (CMS), as well as State Medicaid offerings. Her organization partners with clients to succeed on their most complex and mission-critical initiatives, many at the heart of health reform rolled out on a national scale. Under her watch, the revenue for CGI’s US Health practice has continued to grow at a double digit rate year over year. Under her leadership, her organization attained CMMi Level 5 certification.
Prior to joining CGI Federal in 2005, Ms. Campbell was a Vice President at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) where she led the Civilian Health Services Division, which included profit and loss responsibility, management oversight, customer interface and management, marketing and business development, contracts negotiation, cost and pricing assessment, and project monitoring of cost, personnel, schedule, and performance.
Ms. Campbell has been recognized by industry as a market leader, including being named one of ExecutiveBiz’s “Healthcare IT Game Changers” in Industry to Watch. She serves as committee chair to several industry and community organizations including: the Northern Virginia Technology Council and the Paralyzed Vets of America. She sits on the Regional Board for the American Heart Association’s Mid-Atlantic Affiliate and is the Greater Washington Region Board Chair. She is also serving as Board Vice Chair for the American Red Cross of the National Capital Area.