Tony earned his MBA from UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, and his bachelors degree in Management Information Systems at St. Joseph’s University.
Kim Pack is a proven federal market leader with more than 30 years of federal and commercial management experience spanning Business Development, Capture, IT Operations, GWAC and Schedules Program Management, and Corporate Strategic Alliances.
As Managing Director of Strategy and Management Consulting at Wolf Den Associates, Kim manages a portfolio of clients spanning small businesses to large systems integrators, supporting business development strategy and organizational assessments. She provides objective advice and expertise to help her clients solve issues, create value, maximize growth, and improve business performance. To help her clients grow and increase revenue streams, Kim develops quantitative analyses of pipeline health, develops agency and account plans, and leads efforts to identify new business opportunities and leverage existing client relationships to develop follow-on business. She also leads Wolf Den’s efforts to help clients with scorecard procurements, working closely with C-suite leadership, program managers, and proposal teams to maximize scores.
Kim brings a dedication to customer relations and exceptional performance standards, providing solutions in the areas of Enterprise Management, CRM, Cyber Security, Applications Development, and Cloud Computing. Kim has also worked as a subject matter expert in Cloud Acquisition for GSA and drove strategy for the access, acquisition, and adoption of cloud technology throughout the federal government.
Previously, Kim served as Executive Director at InfoReliance Corporation where she led the identification, pursuit, and capture efforts for strategic opportunities. She began her career at Computer Sciences Corporation, advancing to become Acting Vice President of Civil and Health Services. Her portfolio included all DOT operating administrations and bureaus, including the FAA. Kim also expanded and oversaw the new business pipeline, grew the buying activity of the Enterprise Services Civilian customer base, and managed the daily operations of a multi-million-dollar vendor contract, including Enterprise Management, Desktop Management, Service Desk, and Security services.