Science, technology and strategy services provider Noblis has named Michael Koroluk director of business development for its homeland security mission area.
Koroluk will report to Jordin Cohen, vice president of Noblis’ homeland security mission area. He’ll be in charge of setting and implementing strategies that support customer missions and drive growth.
As a former component-level chief of staff for the Department of Homeland Security, Koroluk brings over a decade of executive-level experience in strategic, operational and growth management for high-profile organizations and programs.
“Mike is an accomplished leader that brings real credibility and actionable strategies for enhancing customer support and capturing new growth opportunities,” Cohen said.
Koroluk has led business development and capture efforts across homeland security, federal/civilian, defense and intelligence markets and diverse capability offerings for large, mid- and small-sized federal contractors such as Firebird AST, Belcan, Schafer, BAE Systems and Detica.
“We look forward to the contributions Mike will make to help solve our clients’ mission-critical challenges and to the growth he will bring to Noblis’ homeland security portfolio,” said Matt Salter, Noblis vice president of business development.