MartinFederal adds Matthew Schmitz as CGO
On September 3, Huntsville, AL-based MartinFederal Consulting, LLC, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), focused on providing solutions-based services to the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Department of Justice, and other federal agencies, has named Matthew Schmitz as the new chief growth officer. Schmitz will lead corporate development, strategy, and enterprise growth.
“MartinFederal has spent a great deal of time and resources focusing on our customer delivery and establishing a scalable business. Matthew brings years of growth-related experience and significant connectivity to the Huntsville and Redstone communities,” said MartinFederal’s founder and CEO, Corey Martin.
Schmitz is a nearly twenty-year executive who has overseen corporate development and business unit operations for a number of Department of Defense companies.
“I have known Matt for a long time, both personally and professionally. His work ethic, coupled with his years of experience in growth-oriented businesses, is a great addition for MartinFederal. He will immediately go to work finding solutions across the Federal Government sector and building relationships to solve complex problems,” said David Mathis, president of MartinFederal.
Most recently, Schmitz was the Product Manager for Enterprise IT & Cyber Solutions for Dynetics, a Leidos company. He also served as Vice President of Dynetics Technical Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dynetics.
His community involvement spans many organizations including the Association of the United States Army, National Defense Industry Association, The U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Association, the Huntsville/Madison County Leadership Program, and the University of North Alabama Foundation.
Schmitz received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s in business administration from the University of North Alabama.