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IBM’s Nicole Gardner, Center for The Business of Government Establish New Council of Ex-Agency Leaders

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IBM’s Center for The Business of Government has teamed up with Nicole Gardner, vice president for eminence at IBM’s global business services division, to form a new council of advisers who previously held senior leadership roles at federal, local and state government agencies.

The company said Monday the Former Government Executives Council is an 11-member organization that will work to share insights and thought leadership based on their experiences as public sector officials.

FEGC members will serve as senior advisers, speakers and expert resources.

The council’s members include:

  • Brenda Decker, a director with IBM’s global government industry
  • Curtis Clark, a director with IBM’s global government industry
  • Dan Chenok, executive director of the IBM Center for The Business of Government
  • Douglas McGovern, associate partner with IBM Global Business Services
  • Jesse Samberg, a director with IBM Global Business Services
  • John Kamensky, a senior fellow with the IBM Center for The Business of Government
  • Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Talley, a VP with IBM Global Business Services and a global fellow with the Center for The Business of Government.
  • Mark Newsome, associate partner with IBM Global Business Services
  • Stephen Morris, associate partner with IBM Global Business Services
  • Timothy Stitely, a partner with IBM Global Business Services
  • Tony Trenkle, chief health information officer with IBM Global Business Services

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