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Natl Security Market Vet Susan Holley Named SC3 Business Devt SVP; David Page Comments

sc3-logoSusan Holley, a 26-year national security services industry veteran, has joined SC3 as senior vice president of business development at the Alexandria, Virginia-based technology and consulting services contractor.

SC3 said that Holley will report directly to CEO David Page and lead the company’s efforts to identify new business opportunities, partnerships and growth initiatives in her new position.

“Susan strengthens SC3’s business development capabilities by adding her skillset of creating and implementing growth strategies, building key customer relationships and developing strategic industry partnerships, ” Page said.

Holley’s industry experience includes work with various intelligence agencies such as the CIA,  Office of the Director of National Intelligence and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

Before SC3, she held the roles of founding principal at Booz Allen Hamilton‘s (NYSE: BAH) business development center of excellence, business development manager at Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) cyber division and various BD-related positions at Triple Canopy, PwC and Perot Systems.

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