Iris Phillips is the Founder, President & CEO of Grace Federal Solutions, LLC, a nationally recognized leader in healthcare and digital transformation.
With more than fifteen (15) years of healthcare service administration and management expertise, Phillips founded Grace Federal as a professional services company that provides healthcare and information technology consulting, solutions, and services to government agencies (federal and state), healthcare organizations, and universities. Phillips also has extensive experience in project management, business development, and human resources management in working with a wide range of national, commercial, state and federal clients.
As CEO, Phillips ensures efficiency and economy of operations; on-time and accurate delivery of contractual requirements; development; and execution of Grace’s business strategies.
Grace Federal Solutions is a Woman-Owned Small Business, NC HUB (Historically Underutilized Business) Certified; a Minority Business Enterprise, Carolinas - Virginia and Minority Supplier Development Council-MBE; a Member of the VA Women’s Owned Cohort Program; a Premier Sponsor of the Medical, Biomedical and Biodefense Conference. Phillips and Grace Federal Solutions were featured in the Triangle Business Journal Series “The Promise Of,” a series showcasing successful minority businesses, and the North Carolina Hubster Newsletter published by the North Carolina HUB Office.
Phillips is a member of the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce Board of Advisors; the Women Presidents Organization; the Management Council Board of Defense Alliance of North Carolina; the UNC-Chapel Hill Patient Family Advisory Council; a recipient of the 100 Women to KNOW in America Award and a recipient of the 2022 Enterprising Women of the Year Award. Phillips was recently a panelist at the North Carolina Chamber 2022 Healthcare Conference discussing the importance of Health Equity.
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