Meet Mark Goulart
Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Mark Goulart is a Principal and the Lead Client Service Partner (LCSP) for Deloitte’s Veterans Affairs (VA) account. He also serves as Deloitte’s senior representative to the United States Olympic Committee’s Paralympic Military Program and is coordinating Deloitte’s programs and activities in support of Veterans and Wounded Warriors.
Prior to leading the VA account, Mark led Deloitte’s U.S. Department of Defense Practice. The practice included over 50 Partners/Principals and Directors delivering work to clients in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and various OSD agencies.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Mark was a Senior Vice President at BearingPoint, responsible for the company’s Defense segment. The Defense segment, with revenues of approximately $350M, a staff of 1,100 and more 45 Managing Directors, served some of the company’s largest clients.
Mark began his career as a Consultant in 1987 for Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Co. (later re-named KPMG/KPMG Consulting) in Newport, RI, serving clients for the US Navy. His first assignments involved Program/Project Management and Financial Management for several of the Navy’s critical Undersea Warfare Programs. Mark served on various consulting projects with a focus on strategy and planning, risk management, operational improvement, business process re-engineering and technology enablement for a variety of Program offices, Military Depots and Installation Commands throughout the U.S. Military.
Mark gained increasing management responsibility during these assignments and in 1998 Mark was asked to coordinate Consulting activities across the Army business unit. Following that, in 2000 he assumed responsibility and leadership for the Navy/Marine Corps business unit. In February 2005, Mark assumed responsibility for BearingPoint’s Defense segment which was eventually acquired by Deloitte.
Mark served as an officer in the US Army from 1983-1987. His education includes an MBA in International Business and a BA in Economics, both from the University of Rhode Island.