Bill sets and drives the strategy and growth for the corporation. With more than 25 years of technology and leadership experience across the public and private sectors, he is recognized for building and maturing technology and solutions-based organizations while balancing evolving customer needs.
Bill joined KeyW from XLA, a technology firm, which supports the federal government in areas of national security and diplomacy, where he served as president and chief operating officer. Prior to XLA, he served as president of Kaseman, a professional services firm supporting the U.S. government in nation building and foreign policy assistance. Before that, he was senior vice president at GTSI Corporation, a technology provider to the U.S. government. At GTSI Corporation, Bill launched and developed a professional services business, which accounted for one quarter of the company's revenue and one third of its profit. He has also held senior executive positions, each focused on generating new solutions and growth, with McData, CNT Corporation, Inrange Technologies, International Network Services and AT&T.
Bill holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Washington University and is a graduate of The Executive Program at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business. He is a former U.S. Army Officer and Airborne Ranger.
Mike is responsible for the direction and success of all KeyW financial, accounting, planning and treasury functions. He brings over 35 years of progressive business and financial management experience with technology-based companies that offer both products and services to the federal government and commercial marketplace.
Before coming to KeyW, Mike was the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer to Engility Corporation where he was responsible for the successful spinout of the government services portfolio from L3 Corporation, pre-IPO financing efforts and the creation of a corporate financial structure.
Before Engility, Mike held senior executive positions with Alion Science and Technology, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Network Solutions Inc., Geo Trans Inc. and System Development Corporation (SDC).
Mike received his Bachelor of Science degree from George Mason University in Business Administration with a concentration in finance and recently completed an Advance Management Program (AMP) at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business.
John helps ensure that KeyW's revenue and profit goals are met, supports the CEO in formulating current and long-range plans, objectives and policies and provides direction for the organization, business development and financial management.
He joined KeyW from Vencore, where he led the strategy, growth and operations of the $350 million business delivering systems integration and software solutions to the National Security Agency, U.S. Cyber Command, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, Homeland and Civilian accounts.
John's extensive experience in systems integration, software development, telecommunications and cyber security to federal and commercial clients has delivered and grown hundreds of contracts totaling $3.7 billion in profitable revenue. Previously, John held leadership positions with Global Crossing, ManTech and AT&T and began his career as a Merchant Marine Officer.
He holds a Master of Business Administration from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation from Massachusetts Maritime Academy.
Marion oversees human resources, recruiting and corporate communications.
Marion joined KeyW from Novetta, a leading advanced analytics company, where she ensured Novetta provided "hire-to-retire" opportunities for employees and oversaw all aspects of the employment experience—from recruiting to benefits, career development and company culture.
Earlier in her career, Marion was a consultant for businesses specializing in staffing in the federal and commercial sectors. She streamlined human resources processes, implemented effective recruiting strategies and promoted company culture. Previously, she was director of Recruitment at ManTech International, where she replaced a traditional recruiting model with an integrated team talent acquisition and management approach, and developed her employee care model with a focus on retention.
Marion earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at St. Mary's College of Maryland.
Phil is responsible for KeyW's legal, compliance and contracts functions. Prior to joining KeyW, Phil held a number of positions within the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), including serving as chief acquisition officer & procurement executive, counsel to the chief financial officer, deputy counsel for the Intelligence Community management staff and deputy chief of the Logistics and Procurement Law Division.
Prior to that, Phil served as an attorney at the National Security Agency with a primary focus on government contracting law. After 27 years of active and reserve duty service, Phil retired from the U.S. Army Reserve at the rank of Colonel in The Judge Advocate General's Corps. He served in a number of senior Army positions, most notably as Staff Judge Advocate for the 99th Regional Readiness Command and Commander of the 10th Legal Support Organization.
Phil holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Juris Doctorate from Duquesne University and a Master of Laws in Government Procurement Law from The George Washington University.
Kirk leads KeyW's corporate strategy. He has more than 28 years of experience in operational and business development leadership positions creating, leading and growing organizations in the national security sector of the federal government contracting market.
Before joining KeyW, Kirk was executive vice president and chief strategy officer for Sotera Defense Solutions, Inc. He joined Sotera as the senior vice president for business development and operations to create a centralized business development organization and to integrate legacy components of an emerging, mission-focused, national security company.
Earlier in his career, Kirk held leadership positions with Wyle Information Systems, General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems and Mantech, International.
Kirk holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics from Virginia Tech and is a graduate of the University of Virginia's Darden Business School Executive Training Program on Leadership Change.
Michele is responsible for business development at KeyW. She has nearly 20 years of business development experience and a track record of more than $5 billion in career sales within the Department of Defense and Intelligence C4ISR community. Prior to joining KeyW, Michele led Booz Allen Hamilton's Business Development Center of Excellence.
Before that, Michele served as vice president of business development for Six3 Systems, where she had strategic account responsibilities for military and federal/civilian intelligence clients, with a focus on applied technology insertion designed to position the company for eventual acquisition. In large part due to the unprecedented success of the business development team, CACI International acquired Six3. Before joining Six3, Michele led sales efforts for CACI's Intelligence Community practice, receiving the CACI Quantum award for sales excellence based on numerous successes in penetrating the company's highest value, strategic accounts.
Michele attended Chapman University with an academic emphasis on International Affairs.
Chris leads KeyW's merger and acquisition program, investor relations and corporate business process integration. During his tenure with KeyW, Chris has supported the successful completion of a $100 million initial public offering, a $100 million secondary offering and 10 acquisitions, with an aggregate value of almost $250 million.
Before joining KeyW, Chris was an equity research analyst covering the Defense and Aerospace sector for SunTrust Robinson Humphrey. From 2002 to 2009, Chris served as a Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Navy Reserve Intelligence Program, where he supported the Director, Defense Research and Engineering's Rapid Acquisition Initiatives, the Defense Intelligence Agency's Missile and Space Intelligence Center in Huntsville, Alabama, and NATO's Maritime Component Command in Northwood, England.
Chris also held a lead development position with Perot Systems in Dallas, Texas, and served four years on active duty in the U.S. Navy, where he taught thermodynamics and nuclear reactor physics at the Naval Nuclear Power School. He graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Texas Tech University.
Greg Dixon, a founding leader of KeyW, leads the Advanced Cyber Operations Solutions sector, where he's responsible for the financial management, strategy and customer engagement for KeyW's government cyber business.
Greg transitioned to KeyW after retiring from the U.S. Navy as a Lieutenant Commander. As a naval cryptologic officer, he served as a submarine direct support officer, NSA Hawaii Joint Watch Officer and head of the command's training department. He also served as the acquisition program manager of the Navy's $300 million program to develop and install advanced information warfare systems on fast attack submarines.
He directly accessed into Naval Cryptology from the NROTC Unit at the University of Memphis, where he was awarded a Bachelor's degree in Electronics Engineering Technology. He graduated with a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School with focused studies in computer architecture design, advanced network engineering and vulnerability assessments.
Mark leads KeyW's Defense Intelligence Sector. He joined KeyW from Sotera Defense Solutions, where he led the Defense Intelligence Division. He has 30 years experience in the federal marketplace focusing on corporate development through the growth and diversification of core businesses.
Before joining Sotera, Mark was vice president for Corporate Development at SRA International, where he managed all facets of business development for the Civil Group, and provided strategy for large-scale opportunities across the firm. Mark also held senior leadership positions with SAIC and Anteon Corporation.
Mark holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland and a Master's degree in Business Administration from Virginia Tech.
Kevin leads KeyW's Survey and Exploration Systems sector. In this role, Kevin is responsible for leading the KeyW team that supports unique intelligence and military special mission units in advancing the counterterrorism mission. Prior to this role, Kevin served on the leadership team at Windermere, which was first acquired by Essex Corporation, then by Northrop Grumman, and ultimately KeyW.
Prior to joining Windermere in 2002, Kevin led special technical projects for the U.S. Department of Defense. A U.S. Army veteran, Kevin holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Physics from the University of Virginia and a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from St. Mary's College of Maryland.
Jack leads KeyW's National Intelligence Division. Previously, he was senior vice president for Sotera Defense Solution's Intelligence Operations & Technology Division, managing analysis and operations work for Intelligence Community clients.
Earlier in his career, Jack held various senior positions with the FBI and was a special agent for 21 years. He has extensive investigative, tactical and management training and received numerous investigative and management awards. Before working with the FBI, Jack spent six years in public accounting with M. Sternlieb & Co. CPAs.
Jack holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from Rutgers University, a certificate in Strategic Planning from the Kellogg School of Management and a Master of Arts in Homeland Security Management from Long Island University.
Janet leads KeyW's Engineering & Mission Solutions (EMS) sector, providing critical support to various Department of Defense and Intelligence Community agencies performing IT, analytical, and mission-oriented activities. Throughout her more than 30-year career, Janet has partnered with numerous government customers on their technology priorities while introducing innovation and efficiencies-and earning high customer satisfaction ratings.
Earlier in her career, Janet held technical positions with Eastman Kodak, IBM and Computer Education Services. She received her Master of Arts in Instructional Systems Design from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and Bachelor of Business Administration in Quantitative Methods from Ohio University. She also holds the Program Management Professional certification from the Project Management Institute.
Rick leads the development of innovative and differentiated solutions to assist KeyW's customers in meeting their mission-related information and technology challenges.
A retired U.S. Navy captain, Rick has more than 40 years of experience working in national security. Before KeyW, he was chief technology officer (CTO) for Sotera Defense Solutions and Wyle Information Systems. Earlier in his career, he was vice president and managing partner for Navy, Justice and Intelligence Community accounts with Gartner Federal Consulting group.
Rick has directed the operations of the U.S. Navy Headquarters Network and helped develop requirements for the Navy Marine Corps Intranet. After retiring from the Navy, he managed the IT operations of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency IT infrastructure and developed an Oracle-based business intelligence solution for the Office of Naval Research.
Rick holds a Master of Science in Administration in Information Resource Management from Central Michigan University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Science from the U.S. Naval Academy.