His appointment brings the number of QTS’ board members to 10, including nine independent directors, the data services company said Wednesday.
The 35-year financial management veteran previously held the SVP and CFO titles at TASC, which Engility acquired in February 2015 for approximately $1.3B.
“We anticipate Wayne’s experience leading the financial organization for multiple leading communications infrastructure and technology companies will provide valuable insight and perspective in support of QTS’ approach to capital allocation and overall financial management,” said Chad Williams, QTS chairman and CEO.
Before TASC, Rehberger served as the finance chief at XO Communications and senior VP of finance at MCI Communications. He began his private-sector career at KPMG after 10 years of service in the U.S. Army and Army Reserve.