Jennifer Felix, formerly chief financial officer at Vencore, has won the Northern Virginia Technology Councilâ€™s Private Company CFO of the Year award in recognition of her contributions to the Greater Washington region’s technology sector.
Perspecta started trading on the New York Stock Exchange on June 1 following its separation from DXC Technology and merger with KeyPoint Government Solutions and Vencore, which now runs as a wholly owned subsidiary of Perspecta.
â€œJennifer has always distinguished herself as an outstanding leader and thoughtful strategic thinker,â€ said Mac Curtis, Perspecta president and CEO.
â€œDuring her three-year tenure at Vencore, she transformed the finance, pricing, contracts and accounting teams to increase the companyâ€™s responsiveness to not only customers but a dynamic and volatile market,â€ added Curtis, former president and CEO of Vencore and a 2018 Wash100 recipient.
Felix helped develop Vencoreâ€™s financial reporting, internal processes and transparency initiatives, establish partnerships with bankers and investors and led debt restructuring efforts during her time at the firm.