• Marissa Lindsay

Seventh Sense Consulting, LLC expands into Information Technology with recent hire.

Woodbridge, VA February 16, 2021 Seventh Sense Consulting (SSC) hired Jim Ray as the companies first IT Director. Mr. Ray will lead efforts to expand SSC’s current capabilities and consulting reach with information technology services such as: cloud services, cybersecurity, systems development, and integration, DevSecOps, Agile Delivery and migration services.

Mr. Ray brings with him a vast amount of experience in Analytics, IT Modernization, Digital Transformation, Program Leadership, and Project Management. He specializes in providing value and directing solution delivery at complex financial service companies and civilian agencies including Commerce; Treasury; Securities and Exchange Commission; and Military Health System. Jim holds a BBA from James Madison University, serves on an advisory board at JMU, and has PMP and CSM certifications. Mr. Ray has served in key roles at companies including: Freddie Mac, Salient CRGT, Pragmatics, and most recently, MetroStar Systems out of Virginia. Faith, family, and friendships are important for Jim and he is looking forward to National’s games and live music – once we can all do this safely.

“We are thrilled to have Jim join the SSC family, dedicating his acquired IT experience to the new role. With Jim’s insight he will lead the charge of growing SSC’s capabilities in the Information Technology sector. As we evolve as an organization, we recognized the need to expand and stay competitive in the consulting market.” said Executive Vice President, Shakira McCants

SSC specializes in providing full acquisition lifecycle support, program management, systems engineering and technical assistance, logistics, and management consulting; now adding Information Technology to the list. In addition, SSC offers contract management software solutions from recently launch Contractor Performance Intelligenceapp from Enlightened Solutionssoftware suite. For more information visit: or


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