OUR TEAM

Ann Sullivan is the President of NextWin Services, a woman-owned company that provides federal business development services to potential and existing federal contractors. She is recognized as the driving force behind implementation of the Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) Procurement program and has been a featured speaker and moderator on many procurement panels.

Ann is also the President of Madison Services Group, Inc., where she leads the policy teams for many small business organizations, including the nation’s largest women’s business organization. Through her expertise on policy, she has developed a deep understanding of federal acquisition rules, testifying and responding to proposed rulemaking that will affect small business procurements.  Her work in this area has allowed her to develop a nationwide network of business owners and their advocates interested in federal contracting.

Ms. Sullivan is part of the MCCC GovConNet Council and Board of Directors and also serves on the board of Medical Care for Children Partnership. Ann is also the recipient of three prestigious Stevie® Awards for Women in Business, receiving the top honor in the categories of Lifetime Achievement —Business, Woman of the Year— Business Services, and Communications or PR Campaign of the Year—Public Affairs. In 2015 Small Business Trends named her a Top 100 Small Business Influencer. She received the Enterprising Women of the Year Award from Enterprising Women Magazine, and was recently honored by Professional Women in Advocacy for Excellence in a Federal Issue Campaign.


Elizabeth Sullivan is a Procurement Analyst at NextWin Services. She ensures our clients get the necessary research and background information to be successful contractors. Elizabeth is a graduate of James Madison University, and holds a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education. Prior to joining the team, Elizabeth was a Teach for America Corps member in Chicago, IL. She is currently on the Teach for America DC alumni board and is Vice Chair of the Mistaken Identity Foundation.