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Blaine Worthington Promoted to Altamira SVP in Series of Exec Moves; Jonathan Moneymaker Quoted

Blaine Worthington

Blaine Worthington, formerly vice president responsible for procurement and delivery lifecycle of contracts at Altamira Technologies, has been promoted to senior VP to oversee the execution and growth of the company’s defense portfolio.

He will continue to serve as a member of the firm’s senior management team and perform growth and customer delivery functions, Altamira said Thursday.

Altamira President Jonathan Moneymaker said Worthington’s leadership and experience in working with defense, homeland security and intelligence professionals would support the company’s growth initiatives.

Worthington spent two decades in the U.S. Air Force as a program manager. After his retirement, he joined Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) in 2010 as a senior associate.

The company also promoted Brendan Comerford to VP of software development and Nicole Parrish to VP of advanced research and development as part of its contract base expansion efforts across homeland security, intelligence and defense segments.

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