Glen Ives elevated to Castellum CEO

On May 29, Castellum, Inc. a cybersecurity, electronic warfare, and software services company focused on the federal government and based in Vienna, VA, announced two leadership changes. Mark Fuller, co-founder of Castellum and chief executive officer (CEO), will be stepping down as CEO effective July 1, 2024, to pursue other interests. Glen Ives, currently chief operating officer of Castellum, will become the new CEO, effective July 1, 2024.

“The board of Castellum would like to thank Mark for his founding vision and five years of service as CEO of the company,” said Bernie Champoux, chairman of Castellum’s board of directors. “Mark helped build a $45 million company with strong cybersecurity, electronic warfare, and software services capabilities. We now look forward to Glen leading us as we seek to increase our organic revenue growth, improve our profitability, and continue to look at accretive, capabilities-enhancing acquisitions selectively.”

“I have enjoyed my five years of leading Castellum from just a concept on a whiteboard to a strong mid-market government services company,” said Fuller. “I am confident that Glen will continue to build the Company in the years ahead, given his excellent leadership skills, relationships, and overall acumen.”

“I look forward to the challenge of helping Castellum continue to grow its footprint in the government services market,” said Ives. “Mark has done a very good job putting the foundation of a large company into place. I look forward to building on that foundation as Castellum continues to serve our nation and our shareholders in the years ahead.”

Source: Castellum

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