MacB makes trio of national security appointments
- By Mark Hoover
- Jun 16, 2015
MacAulay-Brown has hired two industry leaders and promoted a third to meet the organizational objectives of its national security group.
Dan Gutierrez, current vice president of mid-Atlantic operations, will serve as vice president of operations for the national security group, where he will lead business and program growth and execution. Before joining MacB, Gutierrez led the ISR support Department at then Northrop Grumman subsidiary TASC Inc.
Don Chaney is now director of intelligence community programs under the national security programs division, where he will manage and execute multiple lines of business, focusing specifically on the intelligence community. Before joining MacB, Chaney held a number of positions at Northrop Grumman, L-3 Communications and Booz Allen Hamilton.
Napoleon Stewart has been hired to serve as director of military intelligence programs under the national security programs division, where he will manage, execute and direct multiple lines of business with a focus on military intelligence, C4ISR, and INSCOM activities. He joins MacB from Global Intelligence Inc., where he served as executive vice president.
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