strategist

[strat-i-jist]
noun
an expert in strategy, especially in warfare: Julius Caesar was a great military strategist.

Origin:
1830–40; strateg(y) + -ist

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strategist (ˈstrætɪdʒɪst)
 
n
a specialist or expert in strategy

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Example sentences
She divides her time as a digital strategist and a writer.
Baker was overrated as a strategist, and now he's in totally over his head with
  foreign policy.
He serves as the department's technology advocate, strategist and thought
  leader.
He was the main strategist and negotiator for labor contracts.
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