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Navy Vet Jennifer Tetatzin Named Installation Energy Program Lead at CTC

Jennifer Tetatzin

Jennifer Tetatzin, a retired U.S. Navy commander, has joined Concurrent Technologies Corp. as senior principal program adviser of the company’s Marine Corps Installations Command Installation Energy program.

CTC said Thursday Tetatzin will serve as a leader within the company’s strategic advisory services group, which supports the Marine Corps’ energy program under a contract awarded in September 2018.

Susan Van Scoyoc, senior director of strategic advisory services at CTC, said Tetatzin’s leadership experience and insight into the Marine Corps and Navy missions, priorities and challenges would help CTC further support defense clients.

“My first priority in this role is to update the energy program objectives to ensure every Marine Corps base has resilient, reliable and efficient utilities to provide power and water when and where needed,” Tetatzin said.

Tetatzin previously served as director of installation energy within the office of assistant secretary of the Navy for energy, installations and environment.

She has two decades of experience in the Navy overseeing energy and utilities operations, facilities investment and construction management.

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