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Macon Hardy joins Unissant as VP, Business Development

14:23 05 December in Pressroom
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Reston, VA –5 December, 2017 – Unissant has hired Macon Hardy as its Vice President, Business Development. She will be focused on developing and maturing the core capabilities and market relationships of the firm’s health IT, data management and analytics, digital transformation, and management consulting verticals.

“We’re looking forward to having Macon join the team,” says Unissant’s CEO Manish Malhotra. “She brings a proactive and energetic approach to managing the full lifecycle of business prospects through to program implementation.”

Prior to joining Unissant, Ms. Hardy held executive positions at both small and large businesses leading the successful capture, management, expansion, and retention of defense and civilian healthcare programs in the federal government market. She stood up the defense and civilian healthcare accounts at Cherokee Nation Businesses and grew the accounts from infancy to maturity to include engagements at component level DoD organizations, joint healthcare organizations to include the MHS and DHA, and HHS. Additionally, she maintained P&L responsibility for a collection of programs critical to the maturation of capabilities to include experience with interagency case management, patient safety, biosurety, and international clinical support.

About Unissant Inc.
Unissant is an advanced data analytics, and business transformation services provider with expertise in healthcare and health IT, finance, national security, and energy. The company delivers innovative solutions to assist government agencies and private sector businesses in tackling their biggest challenges. Founded in 2006, Unissant is a SDB, CMMI Level 3, ISO 9001 & 27001 certified company headquartered in Reston, Virginia. In March 2017, Unissant received the Government Project of the Year award by Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF).

John Meagher

jmeagher@unissant.com
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