Noblis Names Christoph Wollersheim Division Director of Advanced Analytics and Digital Services

Significant expertise in digital transformation and data analytics

RESTON, Va.—May 11, 2020—Noblis, a leading provider of science, technology and strategy services to the federal government has named Christoph Wollersheim division director of Advanced Analytics and Digital Services for Noblis’ Federal Civilian Solutions mission area.

Wollersheim will be responsible for driving the strategy and execution of Noblis’ innovative analytics and digital solutions to exploit, enable and protect data and infrastructure across federal civilian missions. Wollersheim’s diverse client portfolio encompasses the IRS, CMS, U.S. Postal, and Census missions where Noblis is deploying advanced capabilities in fraud, cyber analytics, data science, machine learning, robotic process automation, agile software development and cloud computing.

“We are excited to have Christoph join our growing team and look forward to his contributions that will accelerate our ability to deliver the latest technologies and solutions in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and advanced analytics to enhance our government customer’s missions and transform their operations,” said Mile Corrigan, vice president, Noblis Federal Civilian Solutions. “He has significant experience in delivering customer-centric digital products and services and helping government organizations use data analytics to improve decision-making and better serve the public.”

Prior to joining Noblis, Wollersheim was the global director of data analytics and insights at Arcadis; an advanced analytics expert in travel, transport and logistics at McKinsey & Co.; and a senior lead data scientist at Booz Allen Hamilton.

Wollersheim earned a bachelor’s degree in business economics and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Cologne, Germany; and a doctorate degree in business economics from the University of Münster, Germany. He was a postdoctoral researcher and a research scientist in MIT’s department of Aeronautics and Astronautics and has published numerous scientific articles in the civil sector.