FedBizBeat would like to congratulate the following GovCon leaders on their success. These professional trailblazers, listed in alphabetical order, made headlines with their new roles in May 2016.
Dan Albarran was selected as vice president of information technology at Savan Group.
Susan Balaguer was named senior vice president and chief human resources officer at Engility.
Anantha Bangalore was appointed to chief technology officer at Sevatec, Inc.
Angeline Chen was chosen as vice president, general counsel and chief compliance officer at Siemens Government Technologies, Inc.
Ret. Gen. Craddock joined Engineering Solutions and Products’ advisory board.
Ret. Lt. Gen. Flynn was selected as Drone Aviation Corp.’s vice chairman of its board of directors, and joined its strategic advisory board.
Brandi Greygor was named chief operating officer at Savan Group.
Robert Guerra was appointed to president and chief strategy officer at Unissant.
Vernon Joyner was chosen as division manager of ENSCO, Inc.’s national security solutions division.
The honorable Martin O’Malley was selected as senior adviser and honorary board member for Censeo Consulting Group.
Scott Mallory was named SNAP’s director of federal civilian PMO.
Bill Milligan joined Technica Corporation’s advisory board as its second member.
Todd Morris was appointed to managing director for national security at Attain’s Federal Services division.
Joseph Nicholas was chosen as senior vice president and sector lead, cybersecurity and secure information systems at STG, Inc.
Ret. Colonel Rivera was selected as Cascades Technologies’ director of corporate strategy.
Anthony Robbins was named vice president of public sector solutions-global defense at AT&T Global Solutions.
Joshua Rubin was promoted to senior vice president of business development and chief growth officer at Sevatec, Inc.
Vish Varma was chosen as senior vice president of operations for SNAP.
Gary Walker was selected as vice president of business development, justice and enforcement solutions at MicroPact.
Suzanne Wilson-Houck was appointed as the first chief operating officer at Intelligence and National Security Alliance.