Craig Reed Joins Donovan Capital Group

On September 11, Donovan Capital Group, LLC (“DCG”) announced the addition of Craig Reed as a strategic partner of the firm.

Dr. Reed is a senior government contracting executive with 40 years of experience working in leadership roles at companies that provide systems, solutions, and services to the U.S. federal government across defense, intelligence, and federal civilian agency markets.

He most recently served as president and chief growth officer (CGO) of Altamira Technologies Corporation, and as senior vice president (SVP) and CGO for Serco’s North American business, where he oversaw the company’s growth, corporate strategy, and mergers & acquisitions efforts and was recognized by Washington Exec Chief Growth Awards as Public Company CGO of the Year in 2020.

His other positions have included: president and chief operating officer of NT Concepts; SVP of strategy and corporate development at Engility (acquired by SAIC); SVP of strategy and corporate development at DynCorp International (acquired by Amentum); VP of strategy and business development for intelligence systems at Northrop Grumman; managing director at CSP Associates; senior policy advisor and executive director of the Secretary of Energy Advisory Board at the U.S. Department of Energy; and several strategy, growth, and Washington operations leadership roles at Martin Marietta and Lockheed Martin.

“We understand that the best companies and private equity firms have a choice in where they go for financing.  They come to DCG because we are also a strategic partner that can help businesses grow,” said Claudio Ochoa, DCG managing partner.  “In addition to strengthening our investment team, Craig deepens our firm’s ability to guide the companies we work with.  He has ‘been there, done that’ in almost every sense and we are proud to welcome him to the team.”

“I’m honored to join the DCG investment team, as I have been impressed with their focus and commitment to the aerospace, defense and government services markets,” said Dr. Reed.  “I’m looking forward to working with their talented team and the great roster of patriots and leaders from the defense and intelligence community that they have assembled to advise them.”

Source: DCG

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