Amy Kruse Appointed Cubic Global Defense CTO; Bill Toti Comments

Amy Kruse
Amy Kruse

Amy Kruse, formerly vice president of innovation at Cubic Corp. (NYSE: CUB), has been named VP and chief technology officer of the San Diego-based contractor’s global defense segment.

She will report to Cubic Global Defense President Bill Toti and oversee that segment’s strategic research and development portfolio, Cubic said Tuesday.

“Amy not only has significant experience in developing novel neuroscience-based programs and technologies for the Defense Department, but also understands the need for being at the forefront of integrated training efforts for military worldwide, ” said Toti.

She joined Cubic in March 2014 after time as executive director of Intific’s neuroscience division.

She was previously a government civilian program manager in the defense sciences office within the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency between 2005 and 2010.

Kruse served as a technology and program management consultant at Strategic Analysis Inc. before she joined DARPA.

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