NuAxis Innovations, a leading provider of IT services to the federal government, is thrilled to announce its new executive leadership team. The award-winning Virginia-based company recently promoted several key staff and aligned its corporate structure to advance their mission to bring customer experience (CX) and human-centered design (HCD) to federal IT services.
The changes reflect an exciting milestone in the company’s 20-year history. The team elevated leaders and restructured services to address growth across multiple markets, including federal civilian, health and homeland security, and lines of business, including mission systems, platforms, and operations. This new structure will help NuAxis serve more customers across the federal government.
The new executive team includes:
- Executive Chairman, Imran Akram
- CEO and President, Raza S. Latif
- Chief Strategy Officer, Lindsey Tepp
- Senior VP for Fed Civ, Tiffany Bailey
- VP Operations and CTO, Rich Zanatta
- VP Platforms, Lawrence Abeyta
- VP Mission Systems, Raza Usman
- VP Customer Experience, Amanda Chavez
- Director Contracts, Sima Eshraghi
“These changes represent our approach and align with the future of the federal government,” said Chairman Imran Akram. “We are intentionally focusing on designing exceptional customer experiences for citizens and federal employees.”
NuAxis built an excellent reputation as a federal IT services company by providing operational support to agencies like the Department of Labor, the Department of the Interior and Department of Agriculture. The firm helps client’s pair innovative technology tools with CX and HCD, concepts reinforced by the recent Presidential Management Agenda. NuAxis also partners with key software platforms essential to digital transformation and modernization efforts, including AWS, ServiceNow, Azure and Medallia.
“I know from personal experience that our federal government plays a critical part in changing lives for the better,” Latif said. “Today we can be even more impactful by focusing on experiences and not just transactions. We are excited to be a part of this movement.”