Jeanne Tisinger, formerly deputy director for support of CIA, has been named the first member of Peraton‘s newly created advisory board.
The company said Tuesday the advisory board, which will comprise government technology executives, will assist in the formation of Peraton’s growth strategy for 2018 onward.
Stu Shea, CEO of Peraton, said Tisinger’s strategic guidance will work to drive the company’s support of sensitive missions in the defense and intelligence communities.
Tisinger, who worked at the CIA for over 20 years, managed the support services and supply chain for agency employees in more than 100 countries and aided the agency’s shift to a shared services model.
She also served as the agency’s chief information officer and oversaw its global information technology infrastructure and corporate applications portfolio as well as the agency’s migration to Amazon Web Services‘ (Nasdaq: AMZN) cloud platform.