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Jay Sunny Bajaj

Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

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Jay Sunny Bajaj, DMI’s Chairman and CEO, founded DMI in 2002 with the vision to create a global leader in innovative, next-generation technology solutions. Sunny has since led DMI from a humble startup to become the expansive, worldwide organization it is today, with hundreds of clients and thousands of employees.

Sunny was born and raised in the technology industry, where both of his parents independently built successful IT services businesses. Sunny learned the IT services business from the ground up, even starting in the proverbial mailroom when he was 13. Before beginning his career at DMI, he worked at e-business pioneers, AppNet and CommerceOne, as well as Goldman Sachs.

As Founder and CEO, Sunny is a proven leader and committed to helping clients around the globe achieve high performance in digital business. In his 20-year career, Sunny has repeatedly been recognized as an award-winning culture builder and Smart100 CEO winner, an exclusive group of 100 top-performing and highly respected CEOs in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region.

Over the past 16 years and through a half-dozen acquisitions, Sunny has successfully built a respected, fast-growth business that is pioneering digital, mobile-first transformation for government agencies and commercial enterprises around the world. DMI has received numerous awards for both rapid growth and corporate excellence, including being named a 10-time winner on the Inc 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in America, GovCon Government Contractor of the Year, and Washington Post Top Work Place three of the past four years. Notably, DMI owes its uniquely bold and energetic culture to Sunny’s passion for the business and commitment to his customers and employees.

Sunny holds a BA in Economics from the University of Maryland with relevant coursework at the London School of Economics.  Since 2016, he has served on the Board of Advisors to the University’s Robert H. Smith School of Business.