Noblis promotes exec to chief growth officer
Salter was previously VP of business development
Reston-based Noblis Inc. has. promoted Matt Salter to chief growth officer.
In the newly created role, Salter will be responsible for implementing the company’s corporate growth strategy, including business development, capture, competitive analysis and marketing and branding, while also focusing on long-term initiatives such as mergers and acquisitions and corporate ventures.
“Establishing the CGO role is critical to maturing our growth engine and emphasis on long-term strategic growth of the corporation,” Noblis CEO Mile Corrigan said in a statement. “We’re thrilled to elevate Matt to this role. He is a proven leader with a disciplined approach and strong track record of delivering exceptional results for our business. We know he’ll continue [to] excel in this new role.”
Salter previously served as Noblis’ vice president of business development and has also served as business development director for its federal civilian solutions sector. In addition to business development roles, he has directed technical teams to advance IT modernization efforts in cloud, high-performance computing, enterprise information management and risk-based decision making.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to drive Noblis’ growth strategy,” said Salter. “For the past 26 years, our teams have solved some of the biggest challenges for our federal customers with a lab-to-mission approach. I’m looking forward to pursuing and investing in initiatives that build on that legacy and enable us to further expand our mission impact today and in the future.”
Salter has a bachelor’s degree from George Mason University and is certified as a project management professional and as an Agile practitioner.
Noblis is a not-for-profit corporation that delivers technical and advisory strategies and solutions to federal government clients. In February, Noblis announced former CEO and President Amr ElSawy would leave in October, after 15 years leading the company. He was replaced by Corrigan, a senior vice president from its federal civilian solutions division. Earlier this week, Noblis named Lisa Gardner as vice president of its federal civilian solutions sector as well as to Noblis’ executive council.