McLean, Va.-based Altamira Technologies Corporation announced March 11 the appointment of Dan Whalen and Amber Scott to senior leadership positions.
“Dan has more than 25 years of defense and intelligence experience across the public and private sectors. He has a keen understanding of customers and their needs, as well as a unique ability to align and deliver optimal solutions,” Altamira CEO Ted Davies said. “I am confident that under Amber’s leadership, we will further strengthen our partnerships and take that next step in delivering at-scale to keep pace with our growth.”
Whalen has been appointed Vice President of Business Development, reporting to Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer Jonathan Moneymaker. In this role, he will be responsible for leading new business growth campaigns across Altamira’s current portfolio and entering into targeted adjacencies.
Whalen previously served in business development and program management leadership roles with Lockheed Martin and The Boeing Company. Before his private sector career, Whalen served for more than 20 years as an Army Military Intelligence Officer, with positions at the National Intelligence Council, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Joint Staff, as well as with INSCOM’s 513th MI Brigade at Ft. Gordon and as member of the OPFOR at the National Training Center.
Scott has been appointed Vice President of Contracts and Pricing, reporting to Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Bryan Judd. In this role, she will be responsible for oversight of all contract and subcontract management, pricing, risk mitigation, federal regulation compliance, reporting and business systems. Scott has been instrumental in affecting change in positive ways, reducing risk, solving problems and improving financial performance as well as customer engagement. Her proven ability to build results-oriented teams across various organizations has consistently resulted in improved operations, increased efficiency and impacted business infrastructure to maximize both compliance and profits.