MITRE Appoints Beth Meinert VP and Director of Center for Enterprise Modernization – Financial and Economic Transformation FFRDC
McLean, Va., and Bedford, Mass., June 20, 2018—The MITRE Corporation has named Beth Meinert Vice President and Director for the Center for Enterprise Modernization-Financial and Economic Transformation (CEM-FET) FFRDC.
Since joining CEM, Meinert has led efforts to strengthen MITRE’s work program and impact across the Department of Treasury, the Department of Commerce, the Social Security Administration, and the Federal Government Financial Oversight Organizations. She has engaged our sponsors and developed a collaborative approach to help enable their success in an increasingly complex environment.
"Beth's broad understanding of our public and national security sponsors' missions will further strengthen connections and synergy across MITRE's work program and our internal operations, and enhance our whole of government perspective," said MITRE CEO and President Jason Providakes. "In her new role, Beth will continue to develop and execute our MITRE good growth strategy, as well as continue to develop new ways to bring innovation into our work and ensure that our work program is providing the mission impact required for government to meet the needs of our citizens."
Meinert joined MITRE in 1988 after four years in the U.S. Army. She was promoted through technical leadership and management of communications, command, and control capabilities, eventually serving as Army Program Director and Director of the Army Portfolio. As Director, she was responsible for assisting the Army in accomplishing its strategic goals and establishing and executing the strategic direction for MITRE's Army support.
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