CrowdAI adds Keith Johnson and Melanie Corcoran to public sector team
On March 10, CrowdAI, a provider of no-code computer vision platforms, announced that it recently welcomed Keith Johnson as strategic revenue officer and Melanie Corcoran as federal advisor.
Keith Johnson is a sales professional with over forty years of experience building federally focused businesses and selling products and services into the U.S. government. Before joining CrowdAI, Johnson served as VP and general manager at Spire Global, where he created its federal practice in 2017 and shepherded the company’s successful initial public offering in 2021. Johnson has helped build seven companies, working previously with ThinkLogical, Vocollect, Liquid Machine, Akamai Technologies, Oracle, and SAP America Public Sector.
Melanie Corcoran is a career intelligence professional with twenty-five years of experience in government service and commercial R&D, leading research, testing, and deployment of advanced technology solutions. Corcoran was previously the chief technology officer at Ursa Space Systems, an analytics-based company in the emerging commercial new space ecosystem. She brings a unique approach to industry–government partnerships to CrowdAI.
CrowdAI Chief Executive Officer Devaki Raj said, “We are extremely excited to have Melanie and Keith join us. They bring invaluable experience and energy that will help supercharge our already strong U.S. government partnerships into the future.”
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