American Business Journal Names Sasaki’s First-Ever Chief Technology Officer an “Influencer to Watch”
Holly St. Clair joins Sasaki in a new role, shaping how technology and design intersect within the firm and the profession at large
Holly St. Clair oversees the strategy, implementation, and management of Sasaki’s digital environment. She is responsible for all the tools and systems we use to design, analyze, communicate, document, and manage our projects. Beyond hardware and software, she leads the vision for Data & Design Tools—Sasaki’s data science, rapid developer and innovation team. Her background includes over twenty years of experience driving business transformation, powering digital assets, and creating vibrant customer-centric organizations.
Previously Holly was the Commonwealth’s first Chief Data Officer and Chief Digital Officer at the Massachusetts Executive Office of Technology Services and Security. She created Massachusetts Digital Services, whose mission it is to leverage the best technology and information to ensure that every interaction with our government is faster, easier, and more meaningful. She has a proven history of using data and technology in innovative ways that help people and their governments interact to achieve better outcomes. Prior to joining the Commonwealth, Holly pioneered the use of advanced decision support tools in metropolitan Boston with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council. During her tenure, she used technology and data to develop scenarios modeling, 3-D environments, community indicators, and innovative meeting formats to engage stakeholders in dialogue about planning and policy choices.