Kelly Demaitre Joins Dovel Technologies as Chief Human Resources Officer
Demaitre to lead people and culture strategies that maintain innovation and entrepreneurship in the growing company
McLean, VA, August 20, 2019 – Dovel Technologies, a leading expert to federal agencies that blends deep domain expertise and advanced technologies in the health IT, life sciences, and grants management markets, today announced that Kelly Demaitre has joined the executive team as Chief Human Resources Officer. In this role she will lead the company’s Human Resource imperatives as well as develop and implement people and culture strategies .
Demaitre brings a long track record of designing employee programs for professional services organizations including CACI, Federated IT, EXELIS, and Booz Allen Hamilton. In these roles, she has routinely been recognized for her ability to proactively partner with business leaders to meet workforce challenges by driving the organizational effectiveness of HR programs.
“It is critical that our business maintains the entrepreneurship culture and enthusiasm for innovation with a focus on developing high quality solutions for our customers,” said Paul Leslie, Dovel’s CEO. “We are very excited to have Kelly on board to help us develop the programs that attract and retain the kind of employees that thrive in our environment, solving complex customer challenges.”
With rapid and sustained growth over the last six years, Dovel has transitioned from a small business to a successful mid-tier enterprise with annual revenues of more than $200 million in 2018. The company provides solutions for complex regulatory environments, particularly health IT, life sciences, and grants management.
“I am excited to join such a dynamic and focused team,” commented Demaitre. “What I admire most about Dovel is the executive leadership’s commitment to its people and culture and its efforts to support the company as it continues to grow. I look forward to helping enhance the culture and drive employee growth and development.”