He will support pipeline development, business strategy and growth priorities and advocate for customer needs across the enterprise, Amentum said Monday.
“With a proven record of balancing risks and opportunities, building partnerships, and integration capabilities, he will play a strategic role in driving solutions development and investments toward solving our customers’ most critical challenges,” commented Sean Mullen, executive vice president of business development at Amentum.
Marlowe is a 30-year CIA veteran who served overseas in leadership roles including assistant director for the Near East. In this role, he managed all CIA activity, such as intelligence collection and analysis, related to the Middle East and North Africa.
He served in the U.S. Army during the 1991 Gulf War.