Hemal Vaidya

Title: Principal

Company: Deloitte Development LLC

Location: Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C., May 19, 2015, Hemal Vaidya, Principal of Deloitte Development LLC, has been recognized by Elite American Executives for dedication, achievement and leadership in government administration.

Mr. Vaidya is a first-generation Indian-American and a partner at Deloitte. He assumed his current role 16 years ago and has become an integral member of Deloitte’s staff. In his role, he is responsible for providing advisory services in the areas of sales and marketing alignment, sales compensation, channel management, customer experience, strategy and segmentation, marketing ROI and resource allocation, trade promotion management, emerging marketing models, spend effectiveness and compliance, and customer data integration. He also manages overall business operations, including the national industry program, geography leadership, growth strategies, and entire client relationship life cycle.

Mr. Vaidya has extensive experience working in government administration. Throughout his career, he has helped the government with its most challenging problems. He also served in the White House, serving under the Clinton administration, and was a consultant for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, which rewarded him with the Superior Service award. Mr. Vaidya often speaks at conference and workshops, and spoken at MIT on importance of mentorship and career development for women in both the private and public sectors. He has a passion for the government and the community, and giving back.

Mr. Vaidya earned a Master of Public Administration at Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affair at Syracuse University, and graduated from The London School of Economics and Political Science and Georgetown University. He attributes her success to her hard work and experience. Looking toward the future, Mr. Vaidya plans for continued professional growth and expansion for the firm.

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