Wes Lewis is a digital experience consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton, providing agile project leadership and user experience design strategy to federal clients in the firm’s Civilian Services Group.
A true “T-shaped” professional of the past 14 years, Wes has leveraged deep disciplinary expertise in a number of related fields to directly influence the strategy and implementation of numerous high-visibility, public-facing digital products. He leads cross-functional delivery teams and communicates with stakeholders (Scrum Masters, Product Owners and managers, technical leads, etc.) through maintaining iteration and release backlogs, prioritizing work, and managing roadblocks and dependencies. His work (and that of the teams he has led) has affected a broad range of audience, including disaster survivors requesting emergency assistance, and American citizens seeking more engaging and frictionless tax experiences.
In addition to his role as a lecturer in Georgetown University’s Technology Management program, Wes also shares his professional insights and experiences as an adjunct professor of digital media and web technology at the University of Maryland University College.
Wes earned his bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems from the illustrious Hampton University. He also holds two masters degrees in business administration and technology management from University of Maryland University College and Georgetown University, respectively.
Among his multiple professional credentials – a byproduct of his genuine love of purposeful education – Wes is certified through the Project Management Institute as an agile practitioner, through the world-renowned Nielsen Norman Group in user experience management and mobile design, and through Cornell University's College of Engineering in customer-focused product and service design.