Elizabeth Martinez Mahan

Executive Vice President
Atlas Research, Partner Venturer 

Beth is a partner venturer at Titan Alpha. She also serves as Executive Vice President at Atlas Research, where she works across the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) enterprise on transformation initiatives that improve health and benefit services, effectively manage resources, and diffuse best practices and innovative solutions. Beth is a leader with more than 25 years of experience in health care, hospital operations, and issues affecting Veterans.


At Atlas Research, Beth served as the program director and customer service liaison on the 5-year, $112M Program Management/Lean Six Sigma (PMLSS) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) at the VA Office of Enterprise Integration. Through her work, Atlas and its teaming partners were awarded 50+ Task Orders (TOs), with more than 300 staff deployed since 2015, that supported a wide range of VA modernization initiatives. These initiatives included Direct Scheduling for Audiology and Optometry Services, Diffusion of Excellence, Call Center Transformation, Compensation and Pension Examinations Process Improvements, Hospital Activations, Human Centered Design, and program management in the Veteran Experience Office (VEO).

Prior to joining Atlas in 2014, Beth served as a principal of the Health Operations team at Booz Allen Hamilton, where she rose to leadership over a period of 16 years. During her tenure, she led a study for the VA Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Enterprise System Management Office (ESM) around the deployment of technology enhancements to VHA’s health care and case management systems. She also led a pilot initiative of the Capital Asset Realignment for Enhanced Services (CARES) Commission. Additionally, she supported the Wounded Warrior Diagnostics project focused on enhancing transition support. Before joining Booz Allen Hamilton, Beth worked at Systems Resources Corporation and PHP Healthcare Corporations.

Beth embraces all issues surrounding Veterans, families, and caregivers. She is a member of key boards and volunteers her time in support of Easter Seals, The Elizabeth Dole Foundation, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) and the VA / Disabled American Veteran’s Winter Sports Clinic.


Beth holds a Master of Science in Health and Hospital Administration from Indiana University and a Bachelor of Science in Management from Purdue University. Beth also has a faculty appointment with Georgetown University’s School of Nursing and Health Studies, where she serves as Adjunct Professor of Health Information Systems.