Tim Meehan to Head CenturyLink’s Government Business

Tim Meehan
Tim Meehan

Tim Meehan, formerly a vice president of sales at CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL), has been appointed to lead the telecommunications company’s government business as senior vice president and general manager.

“He takes the reins from Lisa Bruch, who served as CenturyLink Government’s acting senior vice president and general manager for the past six months, ” Kenny Wyatt, CenturyLink’s senior vice president of business solutions, said Monday.

Meehan’s appointment took effect on New Year’s Day and he will lead a business that offers public, private and hybrid cloud computing technologies to federal agencies for their storage, platform and application setups.

He previously served as VP of sales for CenturyLink’s East region and financial services segment and is also a former VP of inside sales for the company’s technology solutions business.

“I’m excited to bring my knowledge of the managed hosting and IT services business to CenturyLink Government’s high-performing team and tremendous array of federal clients, ” Meehan said.

“I look forward to helping CenturyLink support the federal government’s many missions.”

During his 15-year career at Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL), Meehan led North American for the company’s cloud hosting unit and held VP and GM roles for business groups within Oracle’s consulting arm.

He started his career at PwC as a management consultant for systems technology and process updates.

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