Maisha Glover joins Booz Allen as senior vice president

15 February 2021 2 min. read
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Maisha Glover has joined technology consultancy Booz Allen Hamilton as a senior vice president and market strategy leader in the firm’s national security business.

Glover brings more than 25 years of experience helping the intelligence community (IC), Department of Defense (DoD), and private sector clients integrate solutions that drive large-scale transformation. She has expertise across digital and analytics strategy, automation and the future of work, and diversity and workforce readiness.

Within the national security business at Booz Allen, Glover will help intelligence community clients transform via advanced technology, mission resiliency support, and consultative expertise. Based in DC, she will report to Judi Dotson, who was named head of the national security business earlier this year.

“As our national security threats grow more complex and diverse, the ability to transform defense and intelligence operations with advanced technologies and talent is critical,” Dotson said. “Maisha’s years of experience as a change agent in the national security space, including as a mission client, bring a distinct perspective to how to address these needs.”

Maisha Glover joins Booz Allen as senior vice presidentGlover joins Booz Allen from McKinsey & Company, where she spent three years as a senior client development advisor in the public sector practice. Before that she spent five years at Engility (now SAIC), an engineering and logistics firm catering to military and civilian agencies, where she served as VP of business development & strategy and focused on intelligence community clients.

Glover also previously spent nine years at public sector IT consultancy Leidos, where she was an AVP of business development focusing on the intel community and the DoD. Earlier in her career, she spent nine years in the federal public service, working in policy and counterterrorism analyst roles.

Glover holds a JD from the American University Washington College of Law and a bachelor’s degree in public administration from Kentucky State University.

“In a national security environment, success isn’t just about having the most advanced technology, it’s about the ability to transform the enterprise and workforce to apply the best integrated solutions to specific mission needs and environments – understanding not only where strategic threats exist today but how they will evolve,” said Glover. “I am pleased to bring my skills in this area to the dynamic National Security team at Booz Allen, which is well positioned to solve our clients’ toughest challenges through advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, 5G, and cybersecurity, as well as our skilled and diverse IC talent.”