Sheena Gill

Executive in Residence

Sheena Gill

Selected as part of Washington Business Journal's 2016 Top 40 Business Leaders under 40, Ms. Gill is an innovative and entrepreneurial executive and attorney, passionate and committed to game-changing solutions that help businesses grow while improving employee and client/customer experience. In addition to her domain expertise, she is a recognized expert in corporate strategy, entrepreneurship, business development, and government contracts. Ms. Gill adeptly and collaboratively envisions, tests, builds, markets, implements, and maintains strategic initiatives that positively drive change by uniting the power of engaged employees, streamlined processes, and efficient technology.

Ms. Gill previously served as CAO, CLO and SVP for Altarum, and in this capacity led Altarum’s legal, contracts, procurement, facilities, and human resources functions. Prior to joining Altarum, Ms. Gill was VP & General Counsel for C2 Technologies, Inc. Preceding her executive-level appointments, Ms. Gill practiced law in the D.C. metro area as a partner with The Chugh Firm and clerked with Maryland District Court Judge Mary Beth McCormick. Before law school, she served in the offices of Senator John Warner of Virginia and Senator Spencer Abraham of Michigan.

Ms. Gill is active in the Washington, D.C. business community, having served as an advisory board member of multiple organizations, including The Indus Entrepreneurs (TIE DC), Rezon8 Capital and Advisory Services, Pratham DC, and The Brite Group. She is a frequent speaker at events hosted by the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, TiE, the South Asian Bar Association, and the U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce, among others.

Ms. Gill holds a Juris Doctor Degree and Mediation Certification from the University of Baltimore and is admitted to the bar in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service in science and technology in international affairs from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.