Veritas Capital-backed Cubic Corp. has named Stevan Slijepcevic president and CEO, and Mac Curtis has been appointed chairman of the board.
Both executives succeed Bradley H. Feldmann, who stepped down as chairman, president and CEO.
Curtis brings more than 30 years of leadership experience, having served as a multitime CEO in the government technology industry. He also has over 15 years’ experience partnering with Veritas.
Most recently, Curtis served as chairman and CEO of Perspecta, and prior, he was the president and CEO of Vencore and Vangent —both former Veritas portfolio companies.
“Cubic’s focus on innovation and customer service has driven its rapid growth and success to date,” Curtis said. “On behalf of the Board, we are grateful to Brad for his leadership over the past two plus decades, which established a strong foundation and positioned Cubic as an industry leader.”
In his new role, Curtis will work closely with the board and the company’s executive team to drive strategy and execution.
“Now, with enhanced opportunities following completion of the go-private transaction, the Board is confident that Steve is the right leader for Cubic as the Company embarks on its next chapter. I look forward to working with Steve and the Board as Cubic captures the opportunities ahead,” Curtis said.
Slijepcevic brings more than 25 years of operational experience to the role, most recently serving as president of electronic solutions at Honeywell Aerospace. Before that, he was Honeywell Aerospace’s president of mechanical systems and components.
“Cubic has an unparalleled history of creating critical integrated solutions for its customers, forming deep relationships predicated on its industry-leading ability to address the mission-critical needs of our customers,” he said.
“With a strong foundation in place and clear opportunities ahead, Cubic is at an exciting inflection point. I am excited to leverage my operational expertise and experience growing diversified businesses – in partnership with the talented Cubic team, Mac and the rest of the Board — as Cubic embarks on its next era of growth as a private company,” Slijepcevic added.