Booz Allen Hamilton promotes exec to COO
Kristine Martin Anderson is president of company’s civil sector
McLean-based Fortune 500 global management consultant Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. announced Friday that it had promoted executive Kristine Martin Anderson to chief operating officer, effective June 1.
Anderson is currently an executive vice president and president of the firm’s civil sector division.
“She has demonstrated the ability to grow and manage technology-first businesses, develop talented leaders, help senior clients transform and integrate acquisitions, all while consistently delivering strong financial results,” Booz Allen President and CEO Horacio Rozanski said in a statement. “As COO, Kristine will work closely with me as well as other leaders to drive operational performance, accelerate the execution of our strategy and help us gain efficiencies that lead to faster growth.”
Anderson has been with Booz Allen for more than 16 years. She has led the company’s civil sector business for the past four years and previously led Booz Allen’s health business. “Booz Allen has the benefit of both incredible leadership talent and strong market positioning across the entirety of government,” Anderson said in a statement. “As COO, I look forward to working with a broad group of those leaders to unlock the next level of performance.”
Before joining Booz Allen in 2006, Anderson was vice president for operations and strategy at CareScience, a Philadelphia-based software solutions company.
She serves on the board of directors for Executives for Health Innovation and is co-chair of the National Quality Forum’s Cost and Resource Use Standing Committee.
Anderson holds a bachelor’s degree in neurobiology from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Rich Crowe, an executive vice president serving as Booz Allen’s chief growth officer, will succeed Anderson as president of the firm’s civil sector. He has been with Booz Allen for 17 years.
Booz Allen employs approximately 29,500 workers globally, with about 10,000 employed in Virginia. For the 12 months ended March 31, 2021, Booz Allen reported revenues of $7.9 billion.