Concept Solutions, LLC, a leading management and technology consulting company, is pleased to welcome Ms. Gisele Mohler as its Client Relationships Director. Ms. Mohler will support strategic growth initiatives, as well as strengthen the partnerships between the company and its customers.
“Gisele joining ConceptSolutions is an important announcement as her experience and leadership will help us drive transformation across our programs, and expand our footprint into other areas of the federal sector,” said Phong Mai, President and CEO of ConceptSolutions. “I have the utmost respect for Gisele, and am excited to work closely with her on shaping our customer interactions.”
Ms. Mohler was with the Federal Government for 23 years, most recently as the Director of the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) Interagency Planning Office for the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen), where she oversaw and executed the collaborative processes needed to ensure efficient coordination among all federal partners whose decisions impact NextGen. The federal partners include the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the Departments of Defense (DoD), Homeland Security (DHS) and Commerce (DOC), the FAA, as well as the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI).
Previously, Ms. Mohler was Director of the FAA’s NextGen Performance and Outreach Directorate, where she delivered the agency’s annual NextGen Implementation Plan, as well as NextGen results by developing and delivering NextGen Performance Snapshots. In between her two executive roles for NextGen, she was the FAA’s acting Executive Director for Regions and Center Operations.
Ms. Mohler was also the Director of the FAA’s national plan for improving airspace and airport capacity, the Operational Evolution Plan (OEP), for four years. Additionally, she spearheaded the initial Airspace and Procedures Metroplex (OAPM) effort where she designed and tested a process to take a systems approach to performance-based navigation (PBN) initiatives and the design of airspace, providing a geographic focus to problem solving. This process is being used today for OAPM.
Prior to the FAA, she was with the U.S. Census Bureau for eight years where she implemented acquisition reform for conducting the Decennial 2000 Census.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland, an MBA from Johns Hopkins University, and a Certificate of Executive Professional Development from the Wharton School of Business.
Ms. Mohler is a private airplane pilot with instrument, land, and sea ratings and owns a single-engine plane.
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