Jerry Ambrosh serves as Halfaker’s Chief Growth Officer and is an experienced and accomplished executive, bringing over two decades of proven sales, strategy, and leadership experience selling complex services and solutions to senior levels of Fortune 500 companies and the Federal Government. Jerry has spent the last 15 years building valuable relationships and selling product and solutions to the Federal Healthcare market including the Military Health System (MHS), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and Health and Human Services (HHS). Jerry is responsible for Halfaker’s overall strategic management and provides leadership on corporate initiatives including, finance, organic growth, acquisitions, business development, and partnerships.
Jerry has over 15 years of experience establishing rapid growth in Commercial and Federal Healthcare IT sectors, serving as Executive VP and VP for several companies focused on delivering Healthcare IT solutions. Most recently, he served as PSI’s Chief Business Development Officer where he was directly responsible for supporting PSI’s senior executive team in recommending business diversification into new clients and agencies, forming teaming relationships, and increasing annual revenues. As Executive Vice President at LongView International Technology Solutions, Inc., he was responsible for overall growth of the company where they grew from $10M in annual revenue in 2011 to $130M in 2013. Prior to LongView, Jerry was Vice President of Business Development at Vangent, Inc, Jerry was responsible for the growth of their Health Solutions Division supporting the MHS, VA, and HHS. During this time, he was instrumental in executing a number of strategic acquisitions, closed over $350M in contracts, prior to General Dynamics Information Technology acquiring Vangent in 2012.
Jerry grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin before migrating to the east coast to attend Phillips Academy, Andover and received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Major in Finance/Investments from Babson College.