Stephanie Bidstrup, Booz Allen’s VP, Digital Health Principal
Stephanie Marsden Bidstrup, a Potomac Officers Club member, serves as Booz Allen Hamilton's vice president and as a leader in the company's military and veterans technology business.
She leverages her expertise in developing and delivering information technology operations, virtual car and telehealth solutions in support of the Department of Veterans Affairs and the United States' veterans, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Bidstrup concurrently serves as the principal of Booz Allen's digital health business practice for the civilian government.
According to Booz Allen's website, Bidstrup has 18 years of experience in delivering strategy program management, process re-engineering and technology solutions to public-sector clients.
She was focused for the past six years on working with clients and industry partners to develop and deploy virtual care solutions for veterans.
The company credits her with launching and growing its virtual care practice group in support of federal clients in the health care industry.
She was also responsible for contracts, staff, delivery and financial performance of the company's portfolio, which includes consulting, technology and change management solutions.
Bidstrup spent 10 years in Booz Allen advancing through the roles of consultant, senior consultant, associate and lead associate.
She supported proposal development, white paper development and client calls to build new businesses. Bidstrup also worked and projects and programs involving data centers analytical risk assessment systems and mobile applications.
She began her professional career in 1998 as a program analyst for the Customs and Border Protection before moving on to Booz Allen.
Bidstrup earned a master's degree in business administration from the Duke Fuqua School of Business and a bachelor's degree in international business from George Washington University.
She also holds a certificate in Chinese language studies from the Beijing Institute of Education.
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