Ultra Intelligence & Communications has appointed Amanda Rudolph as vice president of marketing and communications.
In this role, Rudolph will oversee the company’s marketing communications strategy, including brand messaging, content development, digital marketing and public relations.
“Having Amanda Rudolph join us as the new Vice President of Marketing and Communications is a testament to our commitment to innovative and strategic leadership,” said Chris Bishop, Ultra I&C chief growth officer.
“Amanda’s expertise and vision will undoubtedly elevate our brand’s presence and drive our communication efforts to new heights. We are thrilled to welcome her to our team and look forward to achieving great success together.”
Before joining Ultra I&C, Rudolph was the director of marketing communications at BAE Systems, Inc. and held roles at Raytheon Missile Systems, where she managed branding, advertising and international communications.
Rudolph has also served a variety of Defense Department customers, including executing grassroots and community outreach efforts for programs under the Chief of Staff of the Army and managing bi-lateral service communications for the Army’s Strategic Plans, Concepts and Doctrine Division at the Pentagon.
“It’s an honor to join this exceptional team,” she said. “Ultra I&C’s unwavering commitment to excellence and relentless innovation is truly inspiring. I’m eager to leverage my expertise to help drive our brand to unprecedented success and demonstrate how Ultra I&C is delivering strategic advantage to customers around the globe.”