Frank P. DiGiammarino is vice president of strategic initiatives at the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA). DiGiammarino’s duties include business development and the creation and execution of special initiatives at the organization. He also oversees NAPA’s government relations, outreach and communications efforts.
Prior to joining NAPA in 2005, DiGiammarino worked many years as senior consultant and strategist, serving in positions such as director and DoD practice area lead at Touchstone Consulting Group, general manager and director of program management at Sapient Corporation, and principal consultant with the state and local government practice at American Management Systems.
Some of DiGiammarino’s achievements include heading a program to re-engineer a $6 billion Army department with 15,000 personnel; reorganizing an 1,100-person consultancy in six months with 85 percent adoption; and leading a 700-plus-person office that delivered $120 million in annual revenue.
DiGiammarino earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Massachusetts and his master’s degree in public administration from The George Washington University. He serves on the advisory boards for the Commonwealth College of the University of Massachusetts and the National Capital Area Chapter of the American Society of Public Administration. In addition, he is an adviser to the leadership team of the Young Government Leaders organization and has also served as an adviser to the Change and Transformation Initiative at The George Washington University.