Tricia Fitzmaurice Joins Rancher Government Solutions as Sales Vice President
Tricia Fitzmaurice, a Potomac Officers Club member, has taken the role of vice president of sales at Rancher Government Solutions. She joined the open-source software and Kubernetes company after more than a year serving as UiPath’s regional vice president of federal civilian agencies and national security program. During her tenure at UiPath, she supported government executives in shaping their strategy for the adoption of automation technologies, Rancher Government Solutions said.
Fitzmaurice has nearly three decades of experience in government IT. Prior to UiPath, she spent eight years at Red Hat where she held various roles, including director of national security programs, federal law enforcement and justice, and regional sales manager responsible for seven strategic territory account executives. She also worked with some senior government leaders as an adviser on IT modernization and cloud migration projects.
According to her LinkedIn profile, Fitzmaurice was previously a strategic account executive at One Network Enterprises for national security programs and sustainability initiatives and a senior consultant and subject matter expert at IBM focused on secure supply chain management operations. She has also been serving as a board member of the National Women’s Hall of Fame since July 2021.
Lynne Chamberlain, CEO of RGS, said she believes Fitzmaurice joined the company at the right time. Recently, RGS won a contract from the U.S. Air Force Kessel Run to provide Kubernetes support services for the digital transformation efforts at the IT Life Cycle Management Center’s Digital Directorate. “Her experience, thought leadership and the trust and respect she has within the federal community will enable us to capitalize on our recent success and accelerate growth in the future while better serving and enabling our customers,” Chamberlain said.
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