Altamira Adds Caroline McConnell, Jason Siminski to Leadership Team; Ted Davies Comments

Altamira Adds Caroline McConnell, Jason Siminski to Leadership Team; Ted Davies Comments
Ted Davies CEO Altamira

Altamira Technologies has announced the appointment of human resources executive Caroline McConnell as chief human capital officer and national security leader Jason Siminski as vice president of business development.

“Adding Caroline and Jason will continue to bring fresh energy and ideas as we build out a very unique, mission focused and integrated platform company serving the U.S. National Security community.  Our leadership team continues to grow along with our business,” Ted Davies, CEO of Altamira and a previous Wash100 Award recipient, told GovCon Wire.

Davies added that it is an exciting time to advance innovation in support of missions to achieve space superiority, battlespace awareness and dominance in cyber space.

McConnell will oversee programs focused on attracting, retaining and developing technical talent in her role at Altamira. She previously held HR leadership roles at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) and Engineering Solutions & Products.

Siminski will help expand Altamira’s presence in the defense and intelligence community markets through its engineering and advanced analytics offerings. He is a 23-year national security industry veteran who previously worked at the Defense Threat Reduction Agency and SAIC.

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