CSA expands executive team
On April 27, Client Solution Architects LLC (CSA) of Virginia Beach, VA announced that it recently expanded its senior leadership team with the addition of two vice presidents to support the organization’s growth.
Koren Odermann was named vice president of business development, Army and other agencies and will expand CSA’s support into the Army enterprise and other agencies like the Department of Homeland Security and Veterans Administration.
Mary Shambora was named vice president of business development, Navy and is charged with expanding and driving Navy business growth through new market opportunities and overseeing growth projects.
CSA selected both executives to expand the company’s presence in existing markets and introduce the organization to new agencies.
Odermann joined CSA after working at Cubic Mission Performance Solutions (NYSE: CUB) as a senior program manager, where she focused on ground training for the Department of Defense (DoD), foreign military sales, and the Department of Energy. Before that, she served in various product manager roles for synthetic and collective training systems in the Marine Corps as a civilian, managing a portfolio of 17 programs. She was responsible for delivering new training systems, developing new acquisition programs, and supporting the Foreign Comparative Testing program submissions. Prior to her roles in the Marine Corps, Koren also served as the business systems coordinator at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center.
Shambora joined CSA after working at MAG Aerospace (OTC: MALJF) as the Navy account executive, where she oversaw business implementation and expansion. She has also worked as the cyber mission training solutions director for Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE: HII), providing training solutions for DoD agencies. Mary served in the United States Navy for more than 20 years, retiring as a Senior Chief Petty Officer, and has held various positions supporting training commands and Allied Joint Forces Command South Headquarters. Her last assignment was with Afloat Training Group Pacific, where she supported all U.S. Pacific Fleet ships in sustaining and improving combat readiness.
“Koren and Mary are positioned to drive growth and infuse innovation and best practices into their business verticals,” said Fog Hahn, CSA’s chief growth officer. “Their decades of experience directly supporting client missions and growing their organizations will help keep CSA competitive and agile in today’s rapidly changing federal landscape.”
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