Sentek dubs two new leaders for corporate operations
And names a new exective consultant to boot
- By Mark Hoover
- Jul 27, 2012
Sentek Global has made two internal promotions and has hired on an executive consultant, the company reported today.
Andrew Nugent will serve as president and Hamlin Tallent as vice president of corporate operations.
Susan Snow has been hired to serve as a senior financial executive consultant for Sentek founder and CEO, Eric Basu.
Nugent previously served as vice president of command and control systems. He doubled as system architect at the global command and control system – maritime variant, and at the Navy NECC component program management office. Nugent got his bachelor’s degree at the U.S. Naval Academy, and subsequently served in the U.S. Navy as a surface warfare officer. He also holds a master’s degree from University of Southhampton.
Tallent previously served as Sentek's vice president of C4ISR systems. He is a retired rear admiral, and served as director of operations for the U.S. European command, where he was responsible for advising the commander on operational issues. He has a wide array of counterterrorism experience, including the development of the Trans Sahara counter terrorism initiative.
Snow has experience in public accounting, financial services and consumer product manufacturing. She has managed departments such as human resources, IT and finance, and has experience in senior management and in the defense contracting industry and process, at one time leading a company through a four-year operational and financial turnaround, resulting in a profitable sale of the company.
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