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CACI’s DeEtte Gray Named AFCEA International Board Chair

DeEtte Gray

DeEtte Gray, president of U.S. operations at CACI International (NYSE: CACI), has been named chair of AFCEA International’s board of directors.

Gray started her two-year term on Monday, May 14, to oversee AFCEA’s initiatives and other affairs, lead the association’s board and executive committee and serve as an ex officio member of all panels and subcommittees, CACI said Tuesday.

Gray, a 2018 Wash100 recipient, said she is honored to be chosen as board chair of an organization that supports members in information technology and intelligence communities.

“CACI’s goals align with AFCEA’s, and the information sharing AFCEA promotes helps industry stay vigilant to our government’s needs and opportunities,” she added.

Gray has more than two decades’ experience in supporting clients across IT, intelligence and cybersecurity markets.

Founded in 1946, AFCEA is a nonprofit organization that works to address issues relevant to members in IT, electronics and communications sectors.

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