Sonny Landry Named Principal for Change Management, Technology & Consulting Services
Industry Executive Tasked With Expanding Maximus Work With Federal Agencies Focused on Energy and Critical Infrastructure
Today we announced Sonny Landry has been named Principal for Change Management for the company’s Technology and Consulting Services (TCS) Line of Business. In this new role, Landry will focus on establishing and expanding the work Maximus does with federal agencies, including the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), focused on improving the country’s critical infrastructure.
“Delivering clean energy and modernizing critical infrastructure has become an imperative. Maximus brings proven experience in delivering modern, secure, and innovative technology solutions in support of federal agencies,” said Scott Barr, Technology and Consulting Services Practice Lead, Maximus. “I am excited to bring Sonny onto our leadership team to build on our strong relationships within the Department of Energy and other agencies. He is a proven solutions consultant who brings considerable experience in supporting clients through transformational change. He has brought innovation to his clients’ toughest challenges, and I am thrilled to have him with us to shape the future of TCS.”
A graduate of Virginia Military Institute (VMI), Landry joins Maximus after eight years with Booz Allen Hamilton, where he served in a variety of roles in support of federal agencies and the Department of Defense. His client engagements spanned multiple accounts and geographies, including the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Defense Health Agency, Navy, and Marine Corps, with a focus on change management and the integration of technology solutions to drive organizational improvement.
“I joined Maximus because we are focused on bringing innovation, technology, and a passion for the mission to everything we do,” said Landry. “This is a critical time for the Department of Energy and the EPA as they look to operationalize agency priorities around digital transformation, cybersecurity, and advanced analytics. We have a proven track record in support of the federal government, an impressive range of technology capabilities, and I am excited for the opportunity with Maximus and TCS in this new chapter.”