Leslee Gault joins SI

SI International, a provider of information technology and network solutions, has named Leslee Gault executive vice president and chief marketing officer. She will be responsible for all corporate marketing activities including strategic marketing planning, major program initiatives, bids and proposals and customer retention.

According to SI, Gault’s appointment is in keeping with the company’s strategy of targeting larger, multiyear engagements in its key focus areas of federal IT modernization, defense transformation, homeland defense, and mission-critical outsourcing.

She will report directly to Brad Antle, SI International’s president and chief executive officer.

Gault has more than 20 years of marketing, sales, business development and delivery experience. Most recently, she was a partner at IBM, heading the service delivery and growth efforts for its national intelligence clients.

Before working at IBM, she was president and CEO of NCR Government Systems’ Teradata Division, responsible for all U.S. government markets. She was also vice president and executive sales director for DOD/Intelligence at Unisys and vice president of business development for the federal sector at Computer Sciences Corp., where for almost 10 years she oversaw marketing efforts focused on the Department of Homeland Security, the State Department and the intelligence community.

Gault is a member of the Industry Advisory Council, the Security Affairs Support Association and Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.

“We are extremely delighted to have Leslee Gault join SI International’s executive leadership team, as we continue to strengthen our marketing and sales organization. Having a professional business developer with Leslee’s experience will enhance our focus on major programs," Antle said.

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