Mr. Jimenez is President and CEO of Carib Group LLC, a company he founded to provide information technology, security, systems engineering and management consulting services to government and industry clients. He retired as CSC’s Chief Diversity Officer on 30 September 2012. As CDO he, reported to the President and CEO and to the Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, with responsibilities for advancing the diversity and inclusion program within CSC. He was responsible for working closely with Employee Resource Group (ERG) leaders and sponsors and CSC executives globally to develop business initiatives allowing CSC the ability to attract diverse and retain talent in all markets.
Previously Mr. Jimenez was President of the Strategy and Development division within CSC’s North American Public Sector (NPS). He was responsible for strategy development, high growth market segments, innovation and intellectual property programs, delivery assurance, communications, and government relations. Mr. Jimenez was also responsible for the formulation and execution of mergers and acquisition strategy for the NPS. Prior to leading the strategy group, he served as President of the Enforcement, Security and Intelligence division of CSC’s Federal Sector. Mr. Jimenez has extensive experience in the national and military intelligence communities. Prior to the acquisition of Nichols Research and Welkin Associates by CSC, Mr. Jimenez was President of National Programs for Nichols and Vice president and Business Unit Leader of Welkin.
In earlier assignments, Mr. Jimenez has been senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of a computer and security engineering technical services company and Director of Strategic Planning and Advanced Concept Development of multiple national security classified programs. He has a Master of Science degree in Management from Troy State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington. Mr. Jimenez is a member of the board of directors of the Fairfax County Court Appointed Special Advocates, the Intelligence and National Security Alliance and the Hispanic IT Executive Council. He is also a trustee of the Shine the Light Foundation and on the corporate advisory board of the Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute. Mr. Jimenez is an active member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the National Military Intelligence Officers Association, the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the Association of Former Intelligence Officers and TechAmerica.