Jeff Bathurst

PRINCIPAL

"Your ‘Say:Do’ ratio should be 1:1."

Jeff Bathurst

Jeff directs our Technology Advisory Services practice, helping clients strengthen their technology strategy and execution — specifically in the areas of technology leadership, enterprise applications, cybersecurity and infrastructure and cloud.

Bathurst, who has been with the firm for five years, is a firm believer that if organizations want to be successful, they must leverage technology in the most opportunistic way. It starts with having a conversation about business value and goals, and then determining how technology fits into each organization’s critical path to success. With more than 25 years of technology experience, his clients have included middle- and large-market clients from various industries.

While he does love technology, he also has a huge passion for old muscle cars, though he did recently sell his ‘66 GTO. Jeff is also a collector of Kentucky bourbon and loves to read — both for pleasure (mysteries) and professional/personal development (“Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff and It’s All Small Stuff” by Richard Carlson).

He and his team deliver successful outcomes by influencing organizational activities, leading processes and personnel. Jeff loves the potential of technology, and has a passion for any gadget under the sun. He is energized by an industry that is never boring and always has something changing — he knows that technology can expose the world to entirely new things and without it we wouldn’t survive.

Jeff has served on the Cisco Enterprise Technology and Healthcare Advisory Boards as well as the Dell Platinum Advisory Board. He currently is a member of the Mid-Atlantic CIO Forum, University of Baltimore MIS Advisory Board and Loyola University of Maryland ISOM Advisory Board. He earned an M.B.A. degree from Loyola University Maryland and a B.S. degree in Computer Science from the University of Baltimore.

Outside of work, he loves to spend time with his wife and daughter, and he’s also active in the community, where he has a particular fondness for Habitat for Humanity.

 


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