She brings to the role over 20 years of leadership experience in business development, strategy, engineering and operations, Illuminate said Tuesday.
Prior to Illuminate, Hollis spent 17 years at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) and held various roles of increasing responsibility.
Scott Crane, a more than two-decade federal services sector veteran, joined Illuminate to serve as chief financial officer and will combine his experience in consulting, business development and software development with his expertise in financial management.
Crane held CFO roles at companies backed by private equity firms in the past decade.
Tom Sundling retired from his role as CEO of Illuminate but will continue to serve on the company’s board.
Illuminate said it secured spots on several contract vehicles, including the Defense Intelligence Agency’s potential 10-year, $12.6 billion Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise III contract, potential eight-year, $450 million Joint Warfare Analysis Center Capabilities indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract; and the U.S. Air Force’s 10-year, $46 billion Eglin-Wide Agile Acquisition Contract.
The company announced that it received growth capital investments worth more than $5 million from equity sponsors to help implement its professional services and software development programs in support of national security missions.
Illuminate provides intelligence analysis, data engineering, network monitoring and cybersecurity support to customers in the defense, intelligence and telecommunications sectors.