Centreville, Va.-based Fulcrum at the end of June hired Ken Diller for the role of vice president of the company’s Corporate Development team.
Diller is tasked in his new post with overseeing Fulcrum’s business development, solutions, marketing and communications and proposals in addition to managing corporate growth for the technology company.
Diller, a former Military Intelligence Officer within the Army, worked most recently at Titania Solutions where he led business development for the company’s DoD and Federal Healthcare divisions.
He has also deployed several times to Iraq and Afghanistan where he established programs for Intelligence-related systems development and integration, Operational Intelligence support and Biometrics collection system development and deployment to support National Intelligence and Army programs, according to a Fulcrum press statement.
“Ken brings a track record of success in high growth organizations providing operations, new business and brand management. We are excited to have him leading our Corporate Development team and leading the Business Development at Fulcrum,” said Fulcrum Chief Executive Jeff Handy.
Fulcrum leverages a host of technology services and solutions to federal customers in the defense, education, intelligence and healthcare sectors.