Dawn Eilenberger elected to CTC board


On November 2, the Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) board of directors announced that it has elected Dawn Eilenberger, a highly accomplished Intelligence Community (IC) leader, as its newest director. In addition, two long-time board members, Jeanne Gleason and Conway Jones, completed their board service as their terms have concluded, the Johnstown, PA-based company announced.

Eilenberger is a senior executive with more than 35 years of broad leadership experience in the IC. She successfully managed legal, policy, finance, international affairs, security, facilities, and compliance organizations in multiple IC agencies. She is currently on contract to research and write studies on Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and IC activities for the CIA Center for the Study of Intelligence. She also served at high levels in the National Intelligence at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and the CIA. She holds a BA from Muhlenberg College and a JD from the University of Virginia School of Law.

“We have been very fortunate to have impressive and committed board members to help guide our company. Ms. Eilenberger adds significant expertise to our already accomplished board; we look forward to working with her and to her meaningful contributions,” said Edward Sheehan Jr., CTC president and CEO. “We also acknowledge the two board members who recently completed their service, Ms. Gleason and Mr. Jones, and thank them for their numerous contributions through the years.”

Source: CTC

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