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PAE CEO John Heller Named to American University Business School’s Advisory Council

John Heller

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 25, 2017 — PAE CEO John Heller has joined the advisory council for American University’s Kogod School of Business and will provide mentorship and professional advice to help prepare graduates for employment, GovCon Executive reported Monday.

“[The council] can coach or advise the university on what it can do to improve the hiring rate, which is a big factor in attracting students,” Heller, an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 for 2017, told KSB in an article published July 3.

“I look forward to sharing my experience from the business and government contracting industry to assist the university attract high-quality students and produce high-quality graduates.”

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