Accelerating time to value for customers through teamwork, collaboration, and transformational strategies.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Rose Wang, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Binary Group, guides the overall corporate vision and strategy for the company. Ms. Wang has successfully moved Binary from its initial position as an IT and advisory services company to an Outcome Driven firm that delivers results quickly and cost-effectively for Federal customers. Aligning market needs with Binary's offerings, Ms. Wang continues to drive the company's sales within mission-critical practice areas.
Ms. Wang has been instrumental in charting Binary's transformation strategies and developing its unique methodology - Outcome Driven Enterprise Approach™. She continually propels the company to produce better results, accelerating time to value for customers. Binary has experienced tremendous growth and success under her leadership, while delivering billions of dollars of savings and value for customers.
Ms. Wang is a highly regarded IT strategist and entrepreneur. She was a pivotal engineering team member for Lighthouse Design, a Silicon Valley startup company, leading the development of an object-oriented software analysis and design tool for the enterprise Java market. After a successful early acquisition of Lighthouse by Sun Microsystems, Ms. Wang launched an IT consulting company, Binary Consulting, securing contracts from Fortune 500 companies, including MCI, Fannie Mae and Sprint.
Ms. Wang joined the venture-backed start-up InLine Software as their Chief Architect, leading product development of enterprise software systems. At the same time, Ms. Wang founded an online women’s business community, iBizWomen.com.
In 2000, Ms. Wang refocused Binary Group, landing a major contract with Cable & Wireless. After 9/11, Ms. Wang steered the company in a new direction, bringing her commercial experience and enterprise architecture and system development success to the Federal Government. Under her direction, Binary closed its first contract with the Army, working with DynCorp Information System's Defense CFT. Ms. Wang spearheaded the initial technology solutioning team in developing software architecture for a major defense logistics system. Ms. Wang led Binary's business development efforts to expand business within the Army quickly, and secure new contracts with the Army and DoD CIO offices and many other Federal clients, due to her passion to deliver results quickly and cost-effectively.
Ms. Wang is actively involved in many organizations, speaking frequently on matters specific to technology, business growth strategies, entrepreneurship, and government contracting. Ms. Wang is a mentor for entrepreneurs and aspiring business leaders, supporting the advancement of women and minorities. Binary Group graduated from the 8(a) program and Ms. Wang currently mentors an 8(a) company as part of the DoD mentor protégé program.
Ms. Wang is a thought leader on small business issues as well as government procurement policies. As one of the 15 Council Members of the National Women's Business Council, a non-partisan federal advisory council created to serve as an independent source of advice and counsel to the President, Congress, and the SBA on economic issues of importance to women business owners, Ms. Wang actively participates in the research and policy committee advocating for fairness in small business procurement practices.
Ms. Wang is a current board member of the Association for Enterprise Information, a division of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), and on the executive advisory board for Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP). She was a past member of the board of directors for Association of Corporate Growth - National Capital Region and Women in Technology. Ms. Wang has been recognized numerous times throughout her career for her leadership, policy, mentor, and business accomplishments.
Ms. Wang earned her Master's Degree in Computer Science from University of Houston and a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts from Beijing Polytechnic University.
Kelly M. Boehringer
General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer
As Binary’s General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, Ms. Boehringer is responsible for all legal, corporate governance, compliance, and human capital initiatives for the company. She also serves as the company’s Secretary.
Ms. Boehringer brings over 20 years of private and in-house legal experience providing executive-level strategic, business-focused advise on a broad range of topics, including government contracts, labor & employment, corporate governance, acquisition integration, policy development and risk management. Ms. Boehringer has practiced law in a variety of industries.
Prior to joining Binary Group, Ms. Boehringer was a partner at Mav6, LLC, a government services company, where she served as General Counsel and VP of Human Resources. While at Mav6, Ms. Boehringer served on the leadership team that oversaw the company’s explosive revenue and personnel growth, resulting in the firm being named to the Inc. 500 annual list of America’s Fastest Growing Companies in 2011 and 2012. She also served as the company’s Secretary and Empowered Official, responsible for compliance with all federal export laws and regulations.
Before focusing on the government vertical, Ms. Boehringer provided general corporate legal advice and executive-level human resources support to a variety of consulting clients, including Mobilex USA, a national start-up mobile diagnostic company with approximately 1,000 employees. As a consultant, Ms. Boehringer partnered with clients to develop best practices in critical functional areas, business solutions and risk mitigation strategies that positioned the companies for successful growth.
Ms. Boehringer was recruited from private practice to become an inaugural member of an in-house legal department at Integrated Health Services, Inc., a Fortune 500 healthcare company. Specializing in labor and employment law, Ms. Boehringer managed all union and employment matters for the 100,000+ employee firm operating in 42 states, and regularly assisted the company’s team of regional HR Managers. She was promoted to SVP of Corporate Human Resources, responsible for all employment policy, procedures and practices, and risk management affecting a multitude of subsidiaries and three business lines, while simultaneously retaining her responsibilities as Senior Corporate Counsel.
Ms. Boehringer began her legal career as an Associate at the national firm of McGuireWoods, LLC. As a member of the litigation team, Ms. Boehringer represented management in matters concerning product liability, insurance defense, insurance coverage disputes, and traditional labor and employment practices.
Ms. Boehringer earned her law degree with honors from American University, The Washington College of Law. Before law school, Ms. Boehringer attended George Washington University, where she graduated with honors with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. She is an active member of the Virginia bar.