Jennifer Felix is ASRC Federal President and chief executive officer. Felix leads a family of companies which serve a diverse portfolio of federal government customers, with employees across the United States and overseas. She sets the vision and strategy for the business and is responsible for the financial performance and overall execution of the organization.
Felix joined ASRC Federal in 2019 as executive vice president and chief operating officer, overseeing all customer facing organizations. In this role, she provided integral leadership in performing an enterprise wide capabilities and market strategic review, to ensure clear alignment across ASRC Federal with growth opportunities in the market. Felix has more than 25 years of industry experience in finance, business operations, organizational change management, M&A due diligence, integration and strategy. Before ASRC Federal, she served in executive leadership positions for multiple companies in the government services market, including SAIC, Vencore Inc., General Dynamics and American Management Systems. There she developed a strong track record for building successful growth-oriented organizations with a focus on outstanding customer service.
Most recently, Felix served as senior vice president at SAIC where she led significant organizational and process changes as part of an integration of a $2 billion acquisition and the development of an updated strategic plan. Before SAIC Felix was executive vice president and chief financial officer of Vencore, Inc. where she was responsible for many business functions including contracts, procurement, information technology and internal audit. Felix led Vencore through a period of significant growth resulting in the successful sale of the business in 2018 to form a newly created public company.
Felix was the recipient of the 2021 WashingtonExec's Chief Executive Officer Award in the private sector as well as the 2018 NVTC Private Company CFO of the Year award. She is also a mentor for the American Corporate Partner’s Veteran Mentorship Program and Co-Chair for the March of Dimes Heroines of Washington.
Felix holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Maryland, College Park, is a certified public accountant and serves on the March of Dimes Greater Washington Chapter board of directors.