Excella promotes five to senior leadership positions
Arlington-based tech firm seeks to grow national security, defense work
Arlington-based tech company and federal contractor Excella has promoted five executives to more senior leadership positions.
“Hiring and retaining exceptional Excellians, while creating meaningful solutions, is critical to our purpose and what we built Excella to do,” said Burton White, CEO and co-founder of Excella. “Each of these Excella leaders is instrumental to the growth of our organization, investing their professional passion, impacting our clients, and helping others cultivate exceptional careers.”
Jaman Botts was promoted to director of workforce management. Previously the company’s research manager, he will be responsible for managing, developing and executing Excella’s resource management and workforce strategy. Before joining Excella, he worked for Clinovations, Grant Thornton LLP and Fannie Mae before joining Excella.
Beth Gomolka is now Excella’s vice president of national security and will be focused on expanding existing national security work and landing new federal contracts. She was previously director and market owner of national security.
Sarath Ravella was promoted to vice president of strategic initiatives and will grow Excella’s presence in new markets, focusing on defense business development efforts. Ravella was Excella’s director and market owner of defense.
Tony Solomita is now vice president of innovation. He manages Excella’s innovation engine and the company’s portfolio of delivery-related intellectual property and external thought leadership activities. He was formerly the company’s director of innovation and agile practice lead.
Claire Walsh was promoted to vice president of engineering and services after previously serving as director of that division. She will maintain Excella’s capability portfolio for sustainability and growth and establish baseline delivery practices.