Jacqueline "Jackie" D. Murray
Principal, Booz Allen Hamilton
Jacqueline D. Murray is a Principal at Booz Allen Hamilton with over 25 years experience in delivering Information Technology and Enterprise Data Management Solutions to the Department of Defense. She currently is responsible for managing and executing enterprise data solutions, comprehensive training capabilities, and leading-edge software development portfolios in support of Aerospace clients in the Department of Defense. As part of Booz Allen Hamilton’s aerospace market, Ms. Murray actively leverages and expands Corporate technology foundations, Agile processes, and tools to meet the rapidly changing mission demands of DoD clients. Her Enterprise Data Solution portfolio covers the full end-to-end set of data capabilities to include enterprise data management processes and tools, data profiling and curation, data architecture, data ingestion, information exchange management, data analytics and visualization, and data platform development. Her Training portfolio employs both traditional and virtual capabilities utilizing high-end interactive, audiovisual solutions while also being positioned to exploit new technologies in the areas of advanced reality and virtual reality. Her Software Development portfolio utilizes Agile development methodologies, proven DevSecOps practices, automated CI/CD pipelines and state-of-the-art technologies for the development of solutions ranging from large enterprise systems to rapidly deployed micro-applications in secure commercial clouds and on-premise DoD environments. Jackie has a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, and two Master’s Degrees, one in Applied Mathematics and one in Management Science, all from the University of Dayton.
Outside of the office, Jackie is passionate about giving back to her community in Dayton, Ohio. Among her many volunteer commitments, she volunteers time preparing meals for families at the Ronald McDonald House, collecting items for the Miami Valley Women’s Center, supporting the CARE Program for abused children, organizing the collection of old cell phones for recycling precious metals for Earth Day, and staffing the phone banks for the Dayton Children’s Hospital Radiothons. She is committed to helping improve our society and supporting the needs of our diverse communities.