Cambria Elevates Senior VP to Consulting President
The new leader of the Consulting Division at Cambria Solutions Inc. of Sacramento brings with her a variety of experience in state and local government. She is transitioning into her new role during the rest of 2019.
A presence at Cambria since January 2014, Vitale led its largest geographic market as senior vice president — and grew that aspect of the business to more than 50 percent of the national company’s total revenue, Cambria said in a news release. It described her as having been “actively involved in executing the company’s growth strategy and many of its largest and most complex transactions.”
Her new role, announced in October, is still in transition, Cambria said, to allow staff, clients and systems to “adjust and prepare as our founder remains CEO and Suzanne steps into the president role.” She has already assumed “some aspects of the business,” and will be fully in place by Jan. 1.
Cambria, recently recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the country’s fastest-growing private companies, focuses exclusively on government clients. Its Consulting Division plays a key part, offering IT and management consulting services to multiple government agencies including human services, Medicaid, public health, child welfare and transportation. Specific services include systems integration and modernization, mainframe and cloud migration, agile delivery and transformation, and human-centered design.
In a statement, CEO Robert Rodriguez praised Vitale’s “ability to forge major client relationships, with a strong focus on leading with innovation, her command of the business and leadership track record.”
“As we continue to grow our national footprint, we want to build upon Suzanne’s expertise and executive leadership. I’m confident she will lead us into new areas and build upon our stellar track record, as she’s proven her leadership and strategic capabilities time and again,” Rodriguez said.
Vitale's experience in government includes two years as executive director of health and human services at Eagle County, Colo. Immediately prior to Cambria, she spent nearly four years as an executive at the Florida Department of Children and Families.
Speaking of clients, she told Techwire via email: “I’ve been in their shoes. I understand how government is looking for partners who bring creativity and leading-edge ideas, yet at the same time needs to manage risk and be fiscally responsible. As president of Cambria, I’ll continue to bring an innovation mindset to government and the sharing of ideas and strong delivery of trust, coast to coast.”