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Former Engility Exec Joseph Leonelli Joins Nonprofit ATCC as Federal Solutions VP

Joseph Leonelli
Joseph Leonelli

Joseph Leonelli, formerly vice president for national security systems and solutions at Engility (NYSE: EGL), has joined the nonprofit bioresource center ATCC as vice president for federal solutions.

Leonelli will be in charge of the growth and management of ATCC’s federal solutions organization as it works to address global health security, biodefense and other medical issues.

“Joe brings deep knowledge and expertise to assess, innovate, and grow our solutions to meet the challenging demands of the federal government sector, ” said Raymond Cypess, ATCC president and CEO.

Leonelli’s previous work includes leadership roles at Raytheon (NYSE: RTN), General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), Battelle, Applied Signal Technology and SRI International.

He also has research experience in chemical and biological warfare detection and forensic analysis on agents found in environmental samples.

He is a member of the National Defense Industrial Association,  Advanced Technical Intelligence Association,  Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association and Association of the U.S. Army.

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