Vice President, Strategy and Business Development
Shannon Hagy is the Vice President of Strategy and Business Development for Bart & Associates (B&A). She is responsible for managing a broad range of business development pursuits across the company as well as assisting the Executive Management Team and President to establish and execute on long-term strategic goals. Shannon brings over 15 years of relevant experience in the Federal Government including leading business development efforts for both Federal Civilian and Department of Defense (DoD) customers. She has a broad understanding of relevant technologies and extensive experience with infrastructure, agile software development, and cybersecurity.
Shannon’s career experience consists of business development, capture management, proposal development, and high level strategic planning. She began her career at SAIC and spent 11 years focused on both short and long lead time opportunities ranging from $50M up to $1B across Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and other strategic accounts in targeted white space. She was also part of the team that set the annual three-year strategic plan for a $1B+ Group and executed and reported out on the plan to the CEO and Board of Directors. She spent the last five years at mid-sized and small businesses focused on specific strategic accounts such as the General Services Administration (GSA), Department of Interior (DOI), Department of Transportation (DOT), Department of Agriculture (USDA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the Army and Navy.
Shannon is heavily involved in industry and community organizations. She is currently the President of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) Bethesda Chapter and sat on the Board for eight years prior. She has been an American Council for Technology – Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) Fellow since 2007. In her spare time, and as part of her industry organization involvement, Shannon supports multiple local charities that benefit the health, welfare, and education of children including the House of Ruth, the Hope for Henry Foundation, and the Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund.
Shannon holds a Bachelor of Science in Business and Management from the Johns Hopkins University.