Evans & Chambers welcomes D. Michael Bennett as EVP of strategy
Evans & Chambers Technology of Washington, DC announced on March 8 the addition of D. Michael Bennett as Executive Vice President of Strategy. Bennett’s area of responsibility for Evans & Chambers will include driving growth through strategic customer opportunities and select industry partnerships.
As an award-winning corporate attorney, former BAE Systems CIO and Presidential USPS Board nominee, Bennett’s corporate executive experience includes navigating complex, multi-billion dollar mergers and acquisitions, Information Management and Cyber Security strategy and execution, Organizational Management and IT Transformation as well as Executive Leadership.
Bennett is awaiting final U.S. Senate confirmation to the U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors. He is also Chair, Board of Directors Manna Inc. a DC Real-estate development firm. As an experienced Senior Executive, Bennett adds world-class expertise in IT, Cyber Security, Program Management and innovation to Evans & Chambers in the most complex environments.
“I am very excited about joining Evans & Chambers Technology,” Bennett noted. “After retiring from BAE Systems I wanted to be a part of a company with the right culture and positioned for great growth. Evans & Chambers is that company. I believe we have an incredibly bright future. Our leaders and founders have done an awesome job positioning us for an extraordinary future.”
Andre Chambers, Chief Operating Officer, added “Evans & Chambers has experienced significant growth in the last several years, and Michael’s arrival will help sustain our track record of successful delivery. Michael’s experience within C4ISR, Cyber, and legacy system modernization will help Evans & Chambers tackle opportunities that we see on the horizon. However, the larger goal is to offer a team that our customers can trust with their largest challenges.”
A recipient of the Washington Business Journal 2012 Minority Business Leader Award, Mr. Bennett holds a Bachelor of Arts with honors from Duke University. He received his Juris Doctorate from the George Washington University Law School, and he is a long-time licensed practitioner of both the Washington, D.C., and Virginia Bars.
Source: Evans & Chambers