Constellis Names New Finance Chief; Tim Reardon Quoted

Constellis Names New Finance Chief; Tim Reardon Quoted

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 16, 2020 — Constellis appointed Richard Hozik, formerly an ECS Federal senior vice president, to succeed outgoing Chief Financial Officer Gordon Foster, ExecutiveBiz reported Aug. 31.

“I’d like to thank Gordon for his incredible efforts on behalf of the company during a critical juncture, including playing a leading role in our highly successful debt restructuring earlier this year,” said Tim Reardon, CEO of Constellis and four-time Wash100 Award recipient.

Reardon added that Hozik has an extensive experience in the areas of private and public equity and debt, mergers and acquisitions and strategic planning.

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