Decision Lens adds Jeremy Sloane as SVP

On March 21, Arlington, VA-based Decision Lens announced the appointment of Jeremy Sloane as senior vice president, Air Force and Space Force. Sloane will utilize his experience accumulated over a long Air Force career to identify ways Decision Lens can accelerate transformation during this critical time of modernization.

Sloane is an Air Force Academy graduate and a 30-year Air Force veteran, where he attained the rank of brigadier general. He is a career F-16 pilot, a combat veteran, a former Air Force Thunderbird, and a three-time wing commander. Sloane has also held leadership roles in PACAF, ACC, AETC, NORAD, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Air War College, where he was the Commandant.

Sloane holds bachelor’s degree in engineering, a master’s degree in aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and a master’s degree in strategic studies from the Air War College. He led academic curriculum transformation to support the return to great power competition, championed the Agile Combat Employment (ACE) operational concept, and integrated Air Force innovation efforts through his leadership of the Air Force Cyber College, the Center for Strategy and Technology, the Center for Strategic Deterrence Studies, and the Air Force Culture and Language Center.

Ted Reynolds, chief revenue officer of Decision Lens, stated, “At Decision Lens, we are laser-focused on helping DoD transform to increase readiness & better support our warfighters. There’s no better way to identify, understand, and satisfy DoD’s evolving requirements than by hiring veterans who have dealt with these challenges themselves. I was very impressed with Jeremy when we first met, and his contributions during his early days at Decision Lens have already exceeded my expectations. I’m confident he will be a great partner to the Air Force and Space Force in their efforts to modernize.”

Sloane will be a critical voice among Decision Lens senior leadership, providing input on business development, product, marketing, as well as go-to-market strategy, the company said.

Source: Decision Lens

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