Civil Government Sector Leader Deloitte Consulting LLP
Kavitha is currently the Civil Government Sector Leader and
sector spans 25 client accounts such as IRS, USPS, US Dept of Agriculture, Dept
of Commerce and Department of State. Kavitha has led technology
transformations at the heart of business across multiple commercial and
government clients. She advises clients on technology trends that can disrupt
current businesses and capture new market value. As the prior Lead Client
Service Partner of IRS, she has lead numerous business transformation programs
– modernization of individual tax processing platform for US taxpayers,
expansion of IRS Digital presence by helping them move to self-service-based
web and mobile channels and implementation of the Tax Reform
Kavitha led the Results Management Office (RMO) service
offering– an outcome-based approach to Program Management to drive business
results. She has presented RMO at the Project Management Institute’s global
annual conferences in 2010/2011 and has been published in CIO Insights magazine
Kavitha was a member of the Deloitte’s Board Council and
currently leads the Executive Women in Technology Program (CIOs) for Fortune
500 clients. Kavitha has been involved in building eminence on
Women in Technology topics and published numerous points of view on smashing
the IT glass ceiling. Kavitha also was the Dean of the Ellen
Gabriel Fellows Program for 4 years and has also led various Women’s Initiative
(WIN) programs including Wise Women and Women on Wall Street.
Kavitha has a M.S in Computer Science and MBA with
concentrations in strategy and finance from University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign. She also holds a B.S. in Computer Science and
Mathematics from State University of New York, Buffalo. She is married to her
husband Sujit Menon and they have 2 children: Ashwin (15) and Maya (12).
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