Mitre has appointed five senior executives to new leadership roles as part of the McLean, Virginia-based nonprofit organization’s plan to boost focus on technical innovation efforts.
Mark Maybury, formerly vice president, chief security officer and director of the National Cybersecurity Federally Funded Research and Development Center that Mitre runs for the National Institute of Standards and Technology, will serve as VP for the organization’s intelligence portfolio, Mitre said Tuesday.
He will join Mitre’s national security sector to oversee the application of systems engineering and other innovative approaches to assist federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies in their missions and cross-agency integration efforts.
John Kreger, formerly VP and director of the Homeland Security Systems Engineering and Development Institute, has been named VP of public sector programs within Mitre’s center for programs and technology.
Kreger will lead Mitre’s technical efforts in support of homeland security, veterans, health care, financial and aviation program areas.
Kerry Buckley, formerly technical director for Mitre’s information technology technical center, will serve as VP for intelligence programs within the organization’s center for programs and technology.
She will oversee the development of strategies in support of the intelligence community and law enforcement agencies.
Eileen Boettcher, formerly technical director for the organization’s law enforcement and domestic security program division, has been appointed VP for joint and services programs within Mitre’s center for programs and technology.
In this role, Boettcher will be responsible for the organization’s support to service branches and defense agencies such as the U.S. Navy, U.S. Army and the Defense Information Systems Agency.
Douglas Robbins, formerly director of strategic development for the organization’s campus in Bedford, Massachusetts, will serve as VP for Air Force programs in which he will establish strategies and priorities to help Mitre deliver technical capabilities to the service branch.