Prescient’s founder and CEO, Jeremy Casanave, was originally supporting cybersecurity endeavors of the Department of Homeland Security when eventually it was suggested that he should carry out the work as an independent contractor. The idea of Prescient was born, by the client, for the client.
Initially, the vision for PGS was to play into the owner’s experience; with over 20 years of Civilian and DOD experience in IT and intelligence, we thought for sure the probability of Prescient’s areas of support would follow suit. In 2018, Prescient was moved by and interested in supporting a mission the Department of Veterans Affairs had to enable better linguistic access for veterans in need. Prescient won its first contract with the VA that same year and cleared a 3-year language barrier backlog in 10 months. This once again proved PGS to be a company that continues to evolve around our guiding principles: offering superior service to clients where they are at, in their current situation, to get them to where they need to be.
In order to better reflect Prescient’s changing missions and expanding scope, in 2023, Prescient Technologies rebranded as Prescient Global Solutions or PGS. PGS continues to successfully provide comprehensive language access, logistics, and professional services support, including aid to Afghan refugees during Operation: Allies Welcome and interpreting for Hurricane Maria survivors through FEMA in Puerto Rico.
Today, Prescient Global Solutions continue to pave its way towards being a leader in language, professional, and logistic services, particularly in the area of humanitarian relief, as we are and always will be a service-centric organization. Our mission is to improve outcomes and fix problems through agile and flexible strategies. We confidently respond to the unforeseen and unconventional, leaving things better than we found them. Our truest aspiration is to be one of the government’s most reliable partners when things are going sideways.
Mr. Casanave began his career in the Navy in 1998 and was immediately deployed into Operation Allied Force. Following work on Operation Southern Watch, he was working on the USS Enterprise during the September 11th attacks and was involved from the very beginning in the intelligence planning process for our country’s tactical response for Operation Enduring Freedom.
After spending time in the Navy’s Information Operations Command in various capacities, Casanave left the Navy in 2007. He then joined a small company, which was eventually acquired by Boeing, doing big data analysis and analytics for government intelligence and law enforcement agencies within the National Capital Region.
Casanave has experience working with the NCIS, FBI, Department of Defense, and the Office of Naval Intelligence, and is looking to grow his team and find solutions and efficiencies for government clients
Nacole Bogden is the Director of Operations at Prescient Technologies. She works closely with diverse clients from various federal entities, ranging from the Department of Veterans Affairs to the Naval Special Warfare Command, and oversees over $7 million in combined contracts.
Her previous positions include the Deputy Director at LaunchPoint PEO, overseeing recruiting, operations, and business development. She brings 10 years of Human Resources and operations experience to Prescient and strongly believes in its customer and mission-centric vision of service.
Nacole resides in Leesburg, Virginia with her husband and their combined 5 children. She enjoys spending time outdoors, photography, and thoroughly spoiling her first grandchild.