Jacklyn Mitchell Wynn, AMIE Vice Chair
Vice President, Federal Health Sector, GDIT Corporation
Jacklyn Mitchell Wynn, is a trailblazer at the forefront of enterprise growth, innovation and change with a proven ability to envision mission strategies and build practical roadmaps to achieve long-term goals and near-term objectives .
Jackie is a vice president in the Federal Health Sector at the GDIT Corporation, where she has the responsibility for identifying and driving multi-year, technology-enabled strategic engagements that support the missions of providing high-quality health care and resources across the federal health agencies. GDIT’s next-generation technology is empowering dramatic leaps in quality analysis , community health, safety , caregiver-centered experience , and life sciences supporting interoperability and user centered design to deliver key outcomes across the federal health IT ecosystem. She works collaboratively across GDIT’s capability portfolios, including cloud, data analytics, artificial intelligence , cybersecurity and managed services to bring the full power of GDIT to help federal health agencies simplify their operations and innovate to address the health industry’s most compelling challenges.
Wynn joined GDIT from MITRE where she was the vice president and director of in the Center for Enterprise Modernization(CEM) where she led the non-profit’s work in support of the Department of Veterans Affairs(VA) mission and priorities for delivering the highest rated customer service and healthcare to our veterans and their families. CEM is one of seven federally funded research and development centers that MITRE operates for the US Government delivering MITRE’s brand of system engineering programs . Prior to MITRE, Wynn was a vice president for Strategy and Market Development , Global Public Sector for RSA, the security division of Dell Technologies. There she was responsible for developing and executing integrated cyber strategies for state and local agencies , including the implementation of strategic products and partnerships and the execution of the NIST cybersecurity framework. She has also held executive leadership positions at Dell EMC as Vice President of the Global Residency Practice and at Hewlett Packard, where she was vice president for Technology support services and Consulting Service’s Global Business Operations.
Prior to her global roles, Wynn spent over 15 years in executive leadership positions at Digital, Compaq and Hewlett Packard where she is a proven leader with a deep background in customer engagement and business transformation in public sector divisions for publicly traded high-technology companies. Wynn supported the complex and large-scale optimization of these Information Technology companies’ modernization efforts due to mergers and consolidations which gave her a unique perspective across change management, governance, strategy and implementation outcome areas.
She has earned recognition for her trailblazer leadership as an advocate for programs for youth in health care, community service and education with a strong focus on the science, technology , engineering and math fields. This recognition has afforded her the opportunity to continue to serve and contribute to her community through her participation on several boards.
Wynn is the vice chair of Advancing Minorities' Interest in Engineering, on the executive board as Secretary for the National Center for Children and Families, on the board for Georgetown Preparatory School, (the nation’s oldest Jesuit high school and alumni of two Supreme Court Justices). She has also been a member of the Executive Leadership council, and the Black Data Processors Association which honored her with the Epsilon Award for Career Achievement and also served on Howard University’s Business Advisory Council. She also serves on the Maryland Technology Council (MTC) as a venture mentoring professional for biomedical and technology companies to save lives, secure our nation and improve the quality of life through innovation. She has also been a lecturer at Harvard Medical School for Career Advancement and Leadership Skills for Women in Health Care.
She has received the Federal 100 Achievement Award, two time winner for Women of Color in technology Distinguished Achiever Award and has been named among the Top 100 Executives by Uptown/NAACP for blacks in corporate America.
She holds bachelor’s degrees in economics and mathematics from the University of Denver and an MBA in accounting and finance from the Simon Graduate School of Business at the University of Rochester. She is a consummate learner and has participated in executive development programs at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Babson College and the Anderson School of Business at the University of California Los Angeles.
She is a wife and a mother of two children who both are pursuing their relentless desire to serve others through their academic careers where her son is a graduate of the US Naval Academy and her daughter is working on an advanced masters degree in nursing informatics at Johns Hopkins University.