SteerBridge announced today that Devin Dupaix has been named the company’s first Chief Technology Officer. Devin is a leading technology executive with vast experience in and out of government service. At SteerBridge, he will be tasked with leading the delivery and growth of the company’s Technology and Consulting Services across federal and state agencies.
“We are excited to add Devin to our team, as a proven leader with a track record of success to accelerate growth in our technology and consulting services,” said Rob Schroder, SteerBridge Founder and Managing Partner. “Devin’s hire marks a key milestone for SteerBridge with our first c-suite role. It is fitting that we lead the growth of SteerBridge with this critical leadership position. Now we have an opportunity to bring more technology-based solutions and innovations to federal and state agencies as we help our clients solve today’s challenges and also position them for the future.”
Devin was previously CTO for Espire, overseeing Software and Data Engineering while enhancing cyber, information and kinetic convergence targeting at the Special Operations Joint Task Force (SOJTF) in Afghanistan. His extensive technical background includes over twenty years of using technology to solve problems for multiple fortune 500 companies in progressive roles as a software engineer, solution architect and program manager. Devin is also currently serving in the military reserves, with ten years in Marine Corps Infantry and ten years in Army Intelligence.
“I’m excited to join the SteerBridge Team at this critical moment, as the company leverages its technology capabilities and its people to provide even more for federal and state agencies,” said Devin. “I’ve been fortunate to work with clients with critical mission needs across the globe and understand the importance of implementing emerging technologies to meet the challenge. My goal is to further bolster the SteerBridge position as a premier innovator in the federal technology space while providing better insight and outcomes for our customers.”
Source: SteerBridge, August 18, 2022.