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Serco Names Christi Alexander VP of Defense, Intel Business Development

Serco has appointed Christi Alexander as vice president of business development for its defense and intelligence group.

Alexander will support the company’s long-term growth goals and will also oversee the company’s business development efforts within the Defense Department and the intelligence community.

Most recently, Alexander served as a business development executive with Raytheon‘s (NYSE: RTN) technical services business. Prior to that, she held senior leadership roles at URS (NYSE: URS) and Triple Canopy.

“Alexander will be a valuable member of Serco’s team as we continue to grow our defense and intelligence business, ” said Harry Gatanas, senior vice president of Serco’s defense and intelligence group. “Through her years of leadership and experience in business development, she brings a deep knowledge and understanding of the federal government’s missions and challenges.”

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