Susan Miller Appointed Inmarsat Government CEO

InmarsatGovtLogoSusan Miller, a two-decade U.S. government and commercial sector veteran, has been appointed president and CEO of Inmarsat Government, the British satellite telecommunications firm’s subsidiary responsible for direct U.S. government business.

She will lead the overall business strategy and direction of the subsidiary, which operates under a proxy agreement with the U.S. Defense Department,  Inmarsat said Thursday.

Prior to Inmarsat, Miller served as executive vice president of strategy and corporate development at MTN Satellite Communications and CEO of Spacenet Integrated Government Solutions.

Miller has also held the positions of president and proxy board chairman at Intelsat General Corp.

She has also worked with organizations such as LightSquared, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and Hughes Aircraft Corp.

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