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Barbara Humpton Appointed Siemens U.S. CEO

Barbara Humpton

The Siemens Corporation announced Thursday that Barbara Humpton, chief executive officer of Siemens Government Technologies, and a four-time Wash100 winner, has been promoted to CEO for the company’s entire U.S. operations. The move takes effect June 1st.

“I am honored to work with the 50,000 Siemens employees in the U.S. to address the market’s needs in electrification, automation and digitalization. It’s an exciting time to be at Siemens as we develop products and services that are shaping the future,” commented Humpton.

Before joining SGT in 2011, Humpton was a vice president at both Lockheed Martin and Booz Allen Hamilton.

“Barbara has broad knowledge of Siemens’ entire portfolio that will serve us well as we continue to grow the U.S. business,” said Lisa Davis, CEO of the Siemens Corporation and the Americas region, and a member of the Siemens AG managing board.

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