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Craig B. Cornelius

Craig B. Cornelius is the Senior Vice President for the Federal Services Division at Eventus Solutions Group, a consulting and technology services company that delivers and manages advanced, comprehensive customer contact solutions for its clients. In this role, Mr. Cornelius has overall responsibility for all aspects of Eventus’s business with U.S. federal government organizations.

Prior to joining Eventus, Mr. Cornelius enjoyed a 25 year career with Accenture, where he held a variety of roles serving clients in both the commercial and public sectors. From 2007 through 2012, Mr. Cornelius served as the Portfolio Lead of Accenture’s U.S. Federal Civilian business, where he was responsible for sales and delivery of Accenture’s business with civilian organizations throughout the U.S. federal government. Mr. Cornelius also served as the managing director for Accenture’s business with the U.S. Postal Service, as well as the managing director for Accenture’s U.S. Public Service Customer Relationship Management business.

During his career, Mr. Cornelius has worked across many industries, including postal, transportation and travel services, retail, communications, electronics and high tech, and aerospace and defense. Since 2001, he has been focused on serving public service organizations, primarily in the U.S. federal government. Mr. Cornelius is recognized for developing and managing client relationships, as well as for his experience in bringing best practices to help clients improve their business performance and deliver greater value for their customers.

Mr. Cornelius graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in aerospace engineering. He is married to Rebecca C. Cornelius, who is a graduate of Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts. They live with their three children in Potomac, Md. He joined the iSchool Board in February 2000 and currently serves as its chair. He has also served on the board of the Foundation for Future Technology Leaders, an organization that provides scholarships to students seeking degrees in various fields of information technology.

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