Deloitte Defense Sector welcomes Kim Casey to the West Coast

Kim CaseyEarlier this month, intel marketplace veteran Kim Casey joined Deloitte’s Defense Sector as a director and client relationship executive. She has relocated to San Diego, CA, where she will focus on the Defense Sector’s west coast market as well as the firm’s national security clients.

Before joining Deloitte’s National Security Sector in March of 2015, Casey spent six years as a client relationship executive with HP Enterprise Services. Her previous experience also includes work with BearingPoint, Oracle, and Xerox. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska and completed an MBA at George Washington University. She is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors the Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association. She is also a member of Women in Technology’s Leadership Foundry Class of 2016.

“I am excited to support our Defense clients meet their mission goals.  The Department of Defense (DoD) is undertaking a number of major initiatives – in cyber, supply chain, cost reduction, and IT modernization, to name a few,” Casey said. “I am proud to be a part of Deloitte, a firm supporting our client’s mission and making a difference.  Deloitte’s Defense Sector is a robust practice with approximately 1,200 dedicated practitioners serving all branches of the military and the DoD.”


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