Defense, intelligence and homeland security solutions provider Altamira has added a trio of experienced leaders, as the company continues to capitalize on its position in expanding mission-critical national security programs.
A former chief financial officer at two successful equity-backed companies, Adam Omar has joined as CFO.
“Adam’s experience with PE-backed ventures brings the financial discipline, agility, and creativity we need as we move further into Space, Cyber, and mission modernization programs for the DoD and IC,” said Altamira CEO Ted Davies.
John Price has joined as vice president of growth and strategy, with a focus on expanding Altamira’s cyber offerings.
“John’s background in the U.S. Special Forces, his time on Capitol Hill and in the Pentagon have given him a unique perspective on key national security issues and trends,” said Altamira Chief Operations Officer Blaine Worthington. “He is having an immediate impact on new opportunities for Altamira in emerging parts of DoD and the IC.”
With extensive commercial creative experience, Clay Sharman has been added to the Altamira leadership team as director of capture and proposals.
“Altamira continues to attract the interest of very strong leaders in our industry as we are now into the next phase of our company’s growth,” Davies said. “We are excited about Adam, John and Clay joining us and we look forward to welcoming additional top talent in the months ahead.”
Altamira Chairman Joe Wright expressed the board’s excitement about these hires.
“This next wave of leaders will deepen an already strong team and help continue to drive the growth of this ClearSky high-end analytics and engineering portfolio company serving our national security customers,” he said.