KCI is pleased to announce that Jeanne Ruthloff has joined the firm as a technology and innovation lead.
In this position, she will be tasked with growing the firm’s emerging technologies service offerings and continuously pursuing innovation in all of KCI’s existing business lines.
Throughout her 25-year career, Ruthloff has gained progressive experience in the application and oversight of new technologies in the realm of cloud computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, and software product development. Beginning her career as a geographic information systems analyst, she has since grown to oversee full-service technology teams responsible for business analysis, user experience and system design, enterprise data management, and business intelligence and analytics for federal, state, county, municipal, commercial and non-profit clients. From market research to launch and implementation, Ruthloff has managed all aspects of the system lifecycle, including risk management and quality assurance.
“Jeanne’s reputation within the industry and experience in technology services currently outside of KCI’s offerings, such as software development, machine learning and artificial intelligence, gives us an excellent head start on our 2026 strategic plan goals.”– Christopher J. Griffith, PE, CCM, President and Chief Operating Officer
Ruthloff earned her bachelor’s degree in geography and environmental planning and her master’s degree in computer systems management from Towson University and the University of Maryland University College, respectively.