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Vice President, Technical Assistance & Implementation and Housing and Asset Building

Eduardo Castellon has two decades of experience helping public sector clients—from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to the Department of Housing and Urban Development—grow and refine their operations and impact. He has extensive experience delivering consulting expertise focused on artificial intelligence (AI), supply chain, procurement, financial management, and advanced analytics. His technological, consultative, and entrepreneurial skills help clients find new ways to address challenges ranging from affordable housing to homelessness to guaranteed income. He also has extensive expertise in technical assistance and implementation (TA&I) approaches. And his management experience includes developing high-performing teams through skills and career development and succession planning.

As vice president of the TA&l practice and the Housing and Asset Building Market, Castellon has a multi-faceted role that requires him to focus on development of innovative approaches, client engagement, market strategy, and technical delivery. He also is responsible for sales and revenue growth, profit and loss management, and talent development. Castellon oversees development of data-driven, technical assistance market approaches for our U.S and global development clients and promotes continuous improvement of Abt’s methodologies, tools, and best practices. He will use his experience navigating organizations through periods of accelerated growth to execute Abt’s Go-to-Market and growth strategies for federal, state, and local clients as well as foundations and philanthropies.

Castellon came to Abt from IBM Corp., where he held a variety of positions, including data and technology transformation (DT&T) partner for the U.S. Federal Sector and senior managing consultant and program manager, then associate partner, on the USPS and USAID accounts. He developed logistics and AI solutions for federal agencies, using operational and advanced analytics. He also supported major digital transformation efforts. As DT&T partner, he oversaw 80 IBM practitioners, including 12 senior managers and a portfolio with $40 million in revenue. Before working for IBM, he was a financial systems analyst, then a supervisory analyst for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve.


  • Artificial intelligence and data services focused on supply chain and transportation solutions
  • Technical assistance and implementation solutions 
  • Large and strategic sales business development
  • Complex program management and delivery execution
  • Offerings development
Eduardo Castellon