Former DNI James Clapper Advising StellarPeak on Market Intelligence, Business Development; CEO Nuhad Karaki Comments

(CEO Nuhad Karaki (L), Hon. Jim Clapper (C), Executive Mosaic CEO Jim Garrettson (R)

Jim Clapper, the former director of National Intelligence, joined StellarPeak as a senior advisor in January. In this role, Clapper is advising StellarPeak executives on strategic planning, market intelligence and business development to advance the company’s growth in the intelligence community.

Nuhad Karaki

“Jim brings world-class experience to our team and will have an immediate and profound impact on StellarPeak’s success,” said Nuhad Karaki, president and CEO of StellarPeak.

“Jim shares our vision and brings innovative and strategic thinking to how we’ll meet current and future the needs of our customers. Our key leadership team is very excited to work with Jim to achieve our goals.”

StellarPeak provides integrated cyber security, systems engineering, intelligence analysis, cloud engineering and training support services to intelligence and defense agencies and other clients in the federal government.

“Having worked with Nuhad Karaki on far-reaching intelligence community projects, I know his personal commitment to delivering superior support to our government agencies,” Clapper said.

“Nuhad has built a strong team of professionals and I’m proud to assist in capitalizing on successes and enhancing what makes the StellarPeak team unique.”

About StellarPeak, Corp.

StellarPeak is an agile business bringing significant government and private sector experience in program, project and business management as well as strategic planning, system engineering and integration and operations. StellarPeak brings unique customer insight, enhanced business acumen and a mission focus leveraging extensive customer and industry relationships building upon successes to foster growth and deliver superior professional services.

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