About Aperture

Aperture Solutions Group is our customer’s most reliable partner, consistently delivering the talent, creativity, and persistence it takes to attack their greatest challenges head on. Formed by a team of Government and Industry veterans, Aperture is ready to stand with you in building a better Government and a safer, healthier future.


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Cameron Raithel


Cameron functions as Aperture’s Chief Executive Officer, leading overall strategy and growth activities for the company. Cameron has extensive experience leading dynamic, growth focused organizations of all sizes across a variety of DoD and Civilian customer sets. As a builder he is focused on developing transformative solutions for our customers and building a company culture that creates opportunities for the growth of Aperture’s outstanding team. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Finance from James Madison University and a variety of technical and management certifications.

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Ben Hickinbotham


Ben serves as Aperture Solutions Group’s Chief Operating Officer. In this role, Ben has responsibility for human resources, business operations, finance, and for driving key initiatives which enhance corporate capabilities and Aperture’s ability to support the missions of our customers. Prior to joining Aperture, Ben worked at Fiserv, Inc and other FinTech ventures where he had responsibility for major banking networks and led strategic account management for key customers including Visa and Mastercard.

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Mrunal Patel

Director, Digital Transformation

Mrunal leads Aperture’s Digital Transformation practice and is responsible for strategic planning, solution design, client delivery, and business growth. He has over 17 years of experience leading and delivering successful IT projects and programs for a wide range of clients in the government and commercial sectors. Mrunal has a strong background in technology, business strategy, and management to drive business value through industry-leading practices and practical solutions that exceed clients’ expectations. During his career, Mrunal has held leadership roles in the big four consulting firms, managing teams of project managers, consultants, architects, and developers. Mrunal holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Information Technology from Virginia Tech and various industry certifications in project management, industry technologies, platforms, and business.

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Dan Lowery

Talent Acquisition Manager

Dan functions as Aperture’s lead for all things talent acquisition. He is passionate about growing Aperture’s team by finding us teammates with exceptional skills, creativity and commitment to the mission. He has more than 10 years of experience leading talent acquisition in a diverse set of organizations across technology and business operations.

Our Core Values

People – First and Always

We prioritize principles which elevate those around us: respect, selflessness, kindness and humility. We seek to understand fully before being understood, recognizing that our work is just one small piece of the fabric of our team members and customers.

Honesty & Integrity

Honesty & govern every decision we make. Our team is committed to earning trust from colleagues, customers, and partners through ethical actions

Contagious Creativity

Our only agenda is to solve our customers’ greatest challenges. Whether that means getting “outside the box” to examine new possibilities, or figuring out how to use that box in a new way, our transformative creativity generates solutions and inspires our customers to think differently about addressing challenges.

Always Be Learning

Learning about who we are, learning about the world and people around us, and never forgetting where we’ve been. Aperture is committed to a growth mindset and excellence in all we do.

Embrace Change

Change is often painful – but it is necessary. Our teams of hand-picked change agents are committed to creating a better future by helping you organize the activities and navigate the challenges of improving your organization.

Citizen Mindset

We all play a critical role in making the world a better place, so whether designing an executive dashboard or creating a new case call center procedure, we identify with the stakeholders and adopt a “we-not-me” mindset to achieve the best results for everyone.