Ron Jones Joins Vistronix as Chief Strategy Officer, Vice Chairman

Ron Jones,  VistronixThirty-year national security market veteran Ronald C. Jones has joined Vistronix as chief strategy officer and will serve as vice chairman of the mid-tier national security solutions and services provider’s board of directors.

Deepak Hathiramani, Vistronix Chairman and CEO, said Jones will be responsible for “architecting and leading” Vistronix’s corporate growth strategy as the contractor looks to leverage his previous experience handling those responsibilities at other national security sector firms.

Jones most recently served as executive vice president for strategy and corporate development at Sotera Defense Solutions after holding a senior vice president for strategy and corporate development role while also serving on the board at national security IT contractor Gray Hawk Systems.

ManTech International purchased Gray Hawk in 2005 for more than $100 million.

Jones previously held that same SVP position at Veridian Corp., a national security contractor acquired by General Dynamics in 2003 that specializes in developing and protecting networks and information systems, among other areas.

Vistronix said that several other members of its its leadership “played key roles in the development of Veridian, ” including

  • Corporate President John Hassoun
  • SVP for Business Development Tom Lydon
  • Corporate General Counsel Ted Timberlake
  • Federal Civil Business Unit President Kevin Wideman
  • Defense Business Unit Preisdent Ty Schieber

Vistronix’s offerings include solutions in critical infrastructure protection; enterprise data management; geospatial decision support and c2 systems.

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