Rocky is the Chief Executive Officer of DMI. Under his leadership, DMI develops innovative and differentiated digital offerings aimed at creating value for our customers, employees, and stakeholders. Rocky joined DMI in 2021 and served as Chief Operating Officer. In this role he was responsible for leading the company’s global business strategies that enable DMI to deliver solutions to meet the sophisticated needs of the company’s diverse customer base. Under Rocky’s leadership, DMI expanded and repositioned the company’s Commercial, Federal, and State & Local businesses to align with the company’s vision of becoming the leading digital services provider and the intersection of Public and Private sectors.
Prior to joining DMI, Rocky served as the President for the $1.3B Peraton Citizen Security and Public Services business sector, where he led key initiatives that transformed IT performance across multiple Federal sectors. Prior to Peraton, Rocky held leadership positions of increasing responsibility at Perspecta, AT&T, Accenture, and Lockheed Martin.
Rocky is a proud veteran of the U.S. Air Force with a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the United States Air Force Academy. He also holds an MBA with a concentration in finance.
As DMI’s Chief Growth Officer, Trey Theimer is responsible for achieving the company’s financial objectives through providing superior customer satisfaction levels and increasing win rates by implementing new business development practices, and by pursuing and winning large, needle-moving opportunities.
Trey has amassed more than 20 years of experience in contracting across the federal civilian, defense, intelligence, and state & local markets, she has led both P&L organizations, and teams performing new business capture and sales, pipeline building and corporate integration, restructuring, and acquisition. Prior to DMI, Trey served as Chief Growth Officer at Serco.
Prior to Serco, Trey served as the Vice President of Growth for Peraton’s Civilian and State & Local (CSL) business group where she oversaw the complete business development lifecycle for CSL. During her time with Peraton/Perspecta/HPE, she also served as the Vice President and General Manager for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Segment, and as the Director/Team Lead of Business Development for the National Security accounts.
As the daughter and granddaughter of veterans, each of whom served in the United States Army for over 25 years, she is passionate about the market in which she works. She also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the College of Business and Behavioral Science, from The Clemson University.
As Chief Technology Officer, Gary Wang is responsible for the strategy and development of DMI’s technology capabilities and delivering innovative digital solutions that drive impactful business and mission outcomes for our clients.
Gary has over 20 years of experience in leading strategy development, creating differentiating solutions and impactful innovations, driving business growth, and consistently outperforming the competition. Prior to DMI, Gary served as the Vice President, Cloud and Application Services at Peraton where he led capability development and solutioning support for their Cloud, Application Development, Information Security, and Enterprise IT Services.
Prior to Peraton, Gary served as the Vice President, Enterprise Solutioning at SAIC where he oversaw the solutioning and pricing support for business capture and proposal development across all SAIC business sectors. Prior to SAIC, he served as the Vice President, Cloud, Infrastructure, and Cyber Security Services at Unisys Federal. He was the winner of the 2020 FCW Fed 100 award for his work supporting multiple government agencies in achieving digital transformation by adopting cloud, DevSecOps, AI/ML, and advanced cybersecurity solutions.
Gary Wang earned his Ph.D. degree from California Institute of Technology. He was a researcher in his early career and was the co-inventor of a commercialized anti-HIV medicine, PREZISTA® (darunavir).
As DMI’s Chief People Officer, Marion is responsible for leading human capital and talent management operations including recruiting, performance management, compensation and benefits, training and development, employee relations, communications, and health and safety. Working closely with the executive leadership team, Marion sets the people strategy for the organization and aligns the human resource and talent management function to support DMI’s business goals.
Prior to joining DMI, Marion served as Chief People Officer at KeyW, an innovative national security solutions provider to the intelligence, cyber, and counterterrorism communities. At KeyW she set the direction for human resources, talent acquisition and management, and corporate communications, and was recognized for her thought leadership in developing innovative and engaging people programs and execution models. Prior to KeyW, she served as Senior Vice President of Employee Care and Development at Novetta, an advanced analytics solutions provider.
Marion holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and is a Senior Professional in Human Resources (HRCI).
As Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer of DMI, Collin Dretsch manages DMI’s global legal and regulatory compliance teams and serves as a member of DMI’s executive leadership team. Collin runs DMI’s Legal Department, where his responsibilities include legal strategy, corporate governance, M&A, securities, regulatory compliance, litigation, and IP and employment law. Additionally, he oversees DMI’s Government Contracts, Commercial Contracts, Procurement and Security Departments.
Collin has served DMI for nearly 15 years, including as outside counsel from 2008 to 2013. In 2013, Collin joined DMI as its first General Counsel, where he proceeded to build the company’s internal legal capabilities from the ground up. Throughout his years at DMI, Collin has been involved in numerous acquisitions by the company, as well as both minority and controlling investment transactions in the company.
Prior to joining DMI, Collin practiced law in the Washington, D.C. office of Jones Day, where he primarily advised clients on Mergers & Acquisitions and corporate law matters, as well as maintained a pro bono practice helping with the formation and governance of 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. Before attending law school, Collin was an Analyst with a boutique strategy consulting firm, where he gained extensive experience in M&A due diligence and financial/quantitative modelling.
Collin graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University and received his law degree from the University of Virginia. He is a member of the bars of North Carolina, New York and the District of Columbia.
As the President of Managed Services, DJ provides guidance and customer insights while retaining loyal and satisfied customers in today’s mobile-connected world. He possesses extensive industry experience in mobile lifecycle management, mobile strategy, help desk, telecom expense management, procurement and MDM management. DJ helps build strong reputable relationships to develop robust mobile programs for customers that drive business results to enhance and grow their mobile eco-system and user experience.
Upon joining DMI, DJ brought with him an extensive background of Information Technology, operations management, mobility management, managed services, systems administration, and project management experience. His customer-focused approach has brought customers new insights on how they manage their mobile programs today.
Amy Rall serves as the President of DMI’s Public Sector Solutions team. She oversees the P&L, growth strategy, and teams that span U.S. Government customers. In this role she is focused on driving business growth and delivering superior technology, engineering, and mission solutions that help federal clients achieve that drive IT and Mission success. She leads a diverse, highly engaged workforce that is passionate about serving the clients and communities where we live and work.
Before joining DMI, Amy was the CEO of Linkware Group which successfully delivered AI/ML and DevSecOps border management technologies for governments. She also served as the Senior Vice President of the Homeland and Critical Infrastructure business unit at SAIC and Unisys and was recognized for outstanding leadership and client delivery for work supporting border management, transportation, and protection of critical infrastructure. Throughout her career she has provided leadership to IT teams focused on developing mission critical systems that enable integration of key technologies including enterprise IT, biometrics, computer vision, mobile, cloud, and AI/ML and across the federal government.
Amy holds a bachelor’s degree from American University and was the winner of the 2017 FCW Fed 100 award for her work supporting DHS mission critical programs. She is motivated daily by the innovation and commitment of DMI’s employees and their ability solve government’s most challenging technical missions with bold, creative, and differentiated solutions.
As President of Private Sector, Sanjeev Kumar leads the industry teams who are focused on delivering transformational solutions for clients across Retail, Automotive, Finance, Insurance, Healthcare, and Emerging Markets. Overseeing DMI’s global commercial practices, Sanjeev is responsible for driving customer success, business growth and delivery excellence.
With a relentless passion to maximize peoples’ potential and technology investments, Sanjeev specializes in helping businesses realize value from digital transformation by providing a combined focus on strategy and execution.
Before joining DMI, Sanjeev was a Director in the CIO Advisory Practice of KPMG UK. Prior to that Sanjeev was a Managing Consultant at PA Consulting. During his time at KPMG and PA consulting, Sanjeev worked at C-level with a number of large enterprises to help drive their digital agenda.
Sanjeev graduated from Oxford University with honors and a degree in Engineering Science.