Altamira Technologies names new CEO
Jane Chappell will lead McLean-based contractor
McLean-based Altamira Technologies Corp. announced Friday it has hired Jane Chappell as its new CEO.
Chappell most recently worked for Raytheon Corp. as vice president of its global intelligence solutions mission area of its intelligence, information and services business. She succeeds retiring Altamira CEO Ted Davies.
“Jane’s executive leadership and lifelong commitment to the national security mission will strengthen Altamira’s execution of critical customer programs,” Joe Wright, Altamira’s chairman of the board, said in a statement.
Chappell worked for Raytheon for nearly 37 years after earning her bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science from Western Kentucky University.
Founded in 1999, Altamira focuses on defense, intelligence and homeland security and provides engineering, analytics and cyber services.