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Jonathan Moneymaker Promoted to Altamira President; Ted Davies Comments

Jonathan Moneymaker

Jonathan Moneymaker, former executive vice president and chief strategy officer of Altamira Technologies, has been promoted to president of the McLean, Virginia-based defense and intelligence information technology contractor.

Altamira said Tuesday Moneymaker will lead the integrated strategy, operations and sales team to oversee and manage all customer delivery and growth functions.

Since joining the company in 2014, his past work as EVP and CSO resulted in Altamira being selected as the GovCon Contractor for the Year in 2017 in the $75-$300 million category.

“I’m very excited to announce Jonathan’s promotion to President,” said Altamira CEO Ted Davies. “Jonathan’s energy and leadership are contagious and his commitment to both the national security mission and the success of our business is unmatched.”

Moneymaker’s track record also includes serving as a general manager of the intelligence systems group at Boeing (NYSE: BA) from 2009 to 2014, on top of working with numerous tech start-ups on the west coast, holding responsibilities ranging from leadership and business strategy to program execution and operational effectiveness of the organization.

“I look forward to continuing to work with Jonathan as we build Altamira and deliver world class services to the national security community,” added Davies.

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