Tysons consultancy names VP, management advisory services
Christine Cocrane promoted at LMI
Tysons-based government and defense consultancy LMI announced Wednesday that Christine “Chrissy” Cocrane has been promoted as vice president of management advisory services.
Cocrane most recently served as LMI’s director of policy analysis and operations. In her new role, she will oversee more than 600 policy analysts, project and program managers, communications, financial, science and technology professionals and management consultants.
“Chrissy is a proven leader greatly respected by her LMI colleagues,” LMI President and CEO Doug Wagoner said in a statement. “She understands our culture and the high expectations to which we hold ourselves — and has delivered for our customers time and again.”
Cocrane joined LMI in 2010 as an analyst for the Department of Defense. She succeeds Christen Smith, who now leads LMI’s health and civilian market.
LMI has been working with the Office of the Secretary of Defense, military services and defense agencies for six decades. Founded in 1961, LMI provides IT, analytics, logistics and management advisory services to federal clients. The company was originally formed to support the U.S. Department of Defense’s logistics management. Last year, the company reported $329 million in revenue.
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