Pamela Drew Joins Serco’s US Board; Dave Dacquino Comments

Pamela Drew

Pamela Drew, formerly executive vice president and president of information systems business at Harris’ (NYSE: HRS) Exelis subsidiary, has joined the board of directors of Serco’s North American arm.

Serco Inc. Chairman and CEO Dave Dacquino said in a statement released Thursday Drew’s track record in new business pursuit and capture will be a great asset to the company.

Dave Dacquino

“We look forward to her contributions in the areas of defense market sector growth strategies, operational excellence processes, and advancing our engineering technical services,” Dacquino added.

Drew also held senior leadership posts at several defense and aerospace companies such as Engility’s (NYSE: EGL) TASC subsidiary, Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) and Boeing (NYSE: BA).

She currently serves as VP of the board of trustees of the U.S. Air Force Museum Foundation and a board member of the University of Washington Applied Physics Lab.

The 30-year industry veteran is also a member of the strategic advisory board at the University of Colorado in Boulder and of the dean’s advisory council at John Hopkins Carey Business School.

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