Executive Vice President Dr. Kevin Vigilante is a leader in Booz Allen’s health business, advising government healthcare clients at the Departments of Health and Human Services, Veterans Affairs, and the Military Health System. He currently leads a portfolio of work at the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.
Kevin is a physician who offers new ideas for health system planning and operational efficiency, biomedical informatics, life sciences and research management, public health, program evaluation, and preparedness.
Based in Rockville, Maryland, Kevin is a former member of the National Committee for Vital and Health Statistics and a former National Kellogg fellow. His work is published in academic journals and top-tier media outlets including the New York Times on a broad range of topics, including research innovation and informatics, tax policy and healthcare reform, and care of underserved HIV populations.
His book, Low Fat Lies and High Fat Frauds, critiques popular fad diets. In addition, he appeared on "Good Morning America," the Public Broadcasting Service, and "20/20."
Prior to joining Booz Allen, Kevin held appointments on the medical faculty at Yale and Brown Universities. At Brown, he was director of emergency and ambulatory services at the Miriam Hospital and held an appointment in the Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases. He was also director of the Primary Care Clinic at the West Haven VA.
Kevin is also the founder and board president of RISE, an organization that provides mentorship and educational opportunity to children of incarcerated parents.
Kevin has a B.A. in philosophy from Johns Hopkins University, an M.D. from the Cornell University Medical College, and a M.P.H. from the Harvard School of Public Health. He did his residency in internal medicine at Yale New Haven Hospital.