Young Bang

Executive Vice President
Atlas Research, Partner Venturer 

Young is a partner venturer at Titan Alpha. He’s also the Executive Vice President of Growth at Atlas Research, where he uses his expert knowledge of the Federal market (Health, Defense, Intelligence, and Civil) to guide the firm’s growth in existing, adjacent, and new markets.


Young’s extensive experience in business development, capture, IDIQs, MACs, and BPAs helps him position Atlas Research for future growth and scale. It is this experience that guides him in expanding Atlas’ capabilities and service lines, while focusing on short- and long-term growth.

Prior to joining Atlas Research, Young was a Partner/Senior Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton in the Justice, Homeland, Transportation, State Department, and Postal market, where he concentrated on growth, innovations, and technology. Previously, he led the firm’s Data Science and Artificial Intelligence practice, which catered to defense and intelligence community clients. He also drove the growth of the firm’s health business, specifically around Health Information Technology (IT) at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institutes of Health, and Food and Drug Administration.

Young is a recognized expert and speaker in Health IT, artificial intelligence, data science, big data, DevSecOps, orchestration, containerization, systems engineering, the software development lifecycle, cloud computing, product development, portfolio management, biometrics, acquisition, telecommunications, logistics, supply and maintenance, and manufacturing. He also has experience supporting clients in the Army, Navy, and Air Force; the Office of the Secretary of Defense; the Defense Logistics Agency; the Intelligence Community; and other U.S. Department of Defense agencies.

Young is on the board of Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE), a nonprofit that promotes the influence of Asians in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields. He is an executive board member for JOOL Health, and Epidemico, and teaches IT undergraduate courses at Georgetown University. In May 2012, he assisted in the publication of Biometric Identity Assurance Service Simple Object Access Protocol Profile version 1.0 Oasis Standard. He has also served as a guest lecturer for organizations such as IT/SEC, South by Southwest, the Defense Acquisition University, FedScoop, National Defense University, Asian American Government Executive Network, SASE, Georgetown University, Johns Hopkins University, and the Biometric Consortium. Young also was an Olympic torch runner for the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, Korea.


Young hails from Baltimore, MD, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Leadership and Systems Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point. He loves to snowboard and is passionate about helping and giving back to Veterans, the Armed Forces, and the Nation.