Hamlin Tallent


Sentek shuffles executive suite

Hamlin Tallent named as new president

Sentek Global shuffled its executive ranks earlier this month, promoting Hamlin Tallent as its new president.

Tallent replaces Andrew Nugent, who left to launch his own company. He was vice president of operations, and is a retired Navy admiral.

Moving up to fill Tallent’s position as vice president is Jason Galletti, formerly assistant vice president operations.

“Hamlin and Jason have been integral parts of this company nearly since our inception a dozen years ago,” said Eric Basu, CEO of Sentek Global. “They have worked in the trenches and learned all aspects of our business from the ground up.”

The company also has hired Connie Marshall to direct human resources initiatives, Jeff Silva to run the finance department, and Jeanette Porter as head of contracts management.

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