Terence Mandable is a senior vice president in Booz Allen’s Citizen Services and Economic Advancement business, where he leads a digital technology portfolio primarily focused on supporting how the U.S. government delivers services directly to citizens. His passion comes from the missions he supports, whether it is connecting Americans with assistance following natural disasters; supporting the U.S. jobs market through veteran hiring, apprenticeship, and foreign labor programs; providing opportunities for engagement between Americans and the U.S. government rulemaking process; or supporting systems and operations that empower the government workforce to achieve mission objectives.
Terence has more than 25 years of commercial and government consulting experience across a number of industries. A senior growth-minded business leader and functional expert at the intersection of technology and change management, he addresses the unique challenges associated with the implementation of large-scale information technology solutions that impact the U.S. government workforce and how the government delivers services to Americans. He has led multiple technology programs including implementations of low-code/no-code case management solutions, commercial off-the-shelf products, and the development of cloud, content, and analytic platforms supporting IT modernization efforts.
Terence also serves as the Booz Allen executive sponsor for our CMMI Level 5 certification. He is an adjunct faculty member at the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business, Change Management Advanced Practitioner Program, and a guest lecturer for the College of William and Mary. His work has been published in the Supply Change Management Journal, and he's spoken about change management at multiple conferences.
Terence graduated from the College of William and Mary with a B.A. in international relations and from American University with an M.A. in international affairs focusing on international political economy. He holds numerous certifications including as a project management professional.