MITRE Names Kathleen Henry as Vice President, Corporate Finance, Accounting, and Treasury

MCLEAN, Va. & BEDFORD, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MITRE named Kathleen (Katie) Henry to the new role of Vice President, Corporate Finance, Accounting, and Treasury. She leads MITRE’s $2.2B enterprise-wide financial planning and budgeting process, treasury, and financial operations and accounting.

“I am pleased to welcome Katie to MITRE and know that her skills and vision will be integral to advancing MITRE’s Good Growth strategy while also driving change and transformation,” said Wilson Wang, MITRE’s senior vice president, chief financial officer, and treasurer. “Katie will bring new insights and innovation to achieve our corporate and financial goals and enhance collaboration across MITRE’s diverse sponsor engagements and project teams.”

Henry joins MITRE after nearly two decades with Booz Allen Hamilton, most recently as vice president, finance, where she led day-to-day financial operations and an 80-person team, including strategic planning and forecasting, operational and management reporting, and modeling and analysis for the company’s national security portfolio.

Prior to this role, Henry was the firm’s financial planning lead where she oversaw an $8 billion budget and steered its finance transformation program, including a complete redesign of the cost management approach. She built a dynamic infrastructure to support the growing diversity of Booz Allen’s business, including organizing the firm’s cost structure, supporting processes, and enabling technologies to adapt to future needs. In addition, Henry advised senior management on a wide range of key business issues and was a key member of several firm-wide task forces establishing standards for budgeting, reporting, and profit and loss calculations.

She also played a lead role in developing an internal financial management training program for Booz Allen’s finance organization. In recognition of this work, Henry received the 2021 Rising Star Award from the Northern Virginia Technology Council. In 2022, Henry was named among the Top 50 Women Leaders in Finance by Women We Admire.

Henry holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and international communications from The American University Kogod School of Business and completed the KPMG Executive Leadership Institute for Women.


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