Noblis names VP, chief solution architect
Jim Soltys to replace Lisa Gardner
Reston-based Noblis Inc. has named Jim Soltys vice president of business development and chief solution architect, succeeding Lisa Gardner, who was named vice president of the company’s federal civilian solutions mission area in late October.
“We are fortunate to have someone like Jim ready to step into this role,” Gardner said in a statement. “As a senior fellow in the federal civilian solutions mission area, he knows the challenges and opportunities our customers face and comes in ready to lead.”
Soltys previously served in roles in telecommunications, operational support systems, full life cycle acquisitions and digital transformations, as well as cloud and mobile strategies for federal agencies. He has a Ph.D. in systems engineering from the University of Virginia and a master’s degree in science in mathematics from Clemson University.
Noblis is a not-for-profit corporation that delivers technical and advisory strategies and solutions to federal government clients. Soltys is the latest in a string of leadership changes at Noblis recently. Last week, the company also announced the creation of a role for a chief growth officer; Matt Salter was named to that position. In February, Noblis announced former CEO and President Amr ElSawy would leave in October, after 15 years leading the company. He was replaced by Mile Corrigan, a senior vice president from its federal civilian solutions division.