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HighPoint Appoints New Executives to Leadership Team; Scott Willis Quoted

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HighPoint has appointed Joel Imholte as vice president and Jennifer Mehrpour as director of business development to grow the company’s federal civilian footprint, HighPoint reported on Tuesday

“We are thrilled that Joel and Jennifer have joined the HighPoint team,” said Scott Willis, HighPoint chief operating officer. “Both Joel and Jennifer bring tremendous experience and passion for delivering innovative solutions that will undoubtedly accelerate the company’s growth and exceed client expectations.”

Mehrpour brings more than two decades of commercial and federal experience in information technology business development, capture management, customer care, service delivery and solution design to HighPoint. Throughout her career, she has designed customer solutions and led business development strategies. 

Prior to joining HighPoint, Mehrpour most recently served as capture manager with SAIC. She also held the position of solution architect with the company before her appointment as capture manager. 

Before her tenure at SAIC, Mehrpour served as solution architect with CSRA, and previously served in the same role at Creative Computing Solutions (CCSi). With CCSi, Mehrpour was responsible for providing expert advisory, program management, technical assessment and implementation support services for a component of the Department of Homeland Security. 

She also produced plans, assessments of current and future processes and developed guidelines, based on industry best practices that would enable CCSi to improve and align the link between enterprise technology services and the agency’s mission.

In his new role, Imholte will establish client relationships and supervise operations for the HighPoint’s programs at the Department of State, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Department of Housing and Urban Development and other civilian contracts. Imholte will bring 20 years of expertise across civilian, intelligence and defense agencies to HighPoint, which will strengthen the company’s contracts and grow new business opportunities. 

Throughout his career, he has managed multidisciplinary clients and supervised business lines in the areas of cybersecurity, enterprise IT, emerging technology, unified communications and software development within the private and public sectors. 

Prior to joining HighPoint, Imholte served as chief operating officer with National Capitol Contracting, where he supervised the execution of operational contracts and business development activities in support of the federal government.

Before that, Imholte served as vice president and general manager of Pragmatics’ Federal Civilian Division. In the role, he provided operational and strategic oversight over the full portfolio of the company’s programs to deliver consulting services to federal civilian clients. 

Imholte previously served in leadership roles with InfoReliance Corporation and Allied Technology Group

“HighPoint works with many remarkable agencies to provide critical IT services, data management, application development and digital and media services,” said Imholte. “I look forward to partnering with these agencies and our employees to deliver operational excellence and grow HighPoint’s capabilities in the federal civilian market.” 

About HighPoint 

HighPoint helps government agencies elevate experiences. From contact centers and training to digital and data services, our team works with government agencies to more efficiently integrate the people, processes and technology that help government deliver on the needs of citizens and employees. HighPoint delivers services for 13 government clients including the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Office of the Comptroller of Currency, Department of State, Defense Logistics Agency and Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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