Tallahassee, FL – ISF welcomes new client partners Aaron Dienger and Brad Harris to its Tallahassee team.
Aaron Dienger brings a strong history in client service to his new role as client partner with ISF. Most recently, Aaron served as Managing Partner with Gartner, Inc., and he has been providing service delivery to clients in the Southeast for twenty-three years. A lengthy tenure with large multi-national firms has allowed Aaron to grow and serve a geographically diverse set of clients. He notes, “ISF will allow me to bring depth and value to Florida’s organizations, citizens, and visitors.” Aaron has worked with a large number of state agencies in his work with several top companies, and he looks forward to solving clients’ toughest challenges with strategy, process, and technology that enables people to help others and enhances our collective safety, stability, and growth. Aaron enjoys live music, fishing, and travel, including a favorite trip to Germany that included volksmarching with locals, visiting castles, and taking part in festivals.
Brad Harris originally worked as a consultant with ISF from 2007-2015, and after pursuing other opportunities is rejoining the ISF team as a client partner. Having served in a variety of roles with ISF, Brad brings a uniquely detailed understanding of ISF’s strategy, process, and technology expertise to his new role. Most recently, Brad has served as Director of Application Development and then Director of Quality Assurance for Image API, and also has expertise in a wide range of related fields such as business analysis, requirements analysis, systems analysis, business intelligence, contract management, and a wide variety of technologies, in addition to establishing and maintaining effective client communication. Brad is a founding member of Tallahassee’s own makerspace, Making Awesome, which has recently relocated from its former Railroad Square location to a new site off of Capital Circle NE.