SC3 announces two leadership promotions
SC3 of Alexandria, VA announced on February 6 that it has enhanced its leadership ranks by promoting Chad Wagner to the role of chief technology officer (CTO) and Chuck Hicks to executive vice president (EVP) for strategic growth.
“SC3 strives to hire and cultivate the best, most well-respected talent to help our clients achieve their technology-related business goals,” said David Page, chief executive officer of SC3. “Chad and Chuck have both shown exceptional leadership, dedication and vision to help lead SC3 into the future. As we look forward, we must continue to place more emphasis on strategic growth and deployment of technologies for our customers.”
Chad Wagner joined SC3 in 2013 through the acquisition of CompSec, LLC, where he was formerly the President. He is currently the EVP for SC3’s CES Business Unit where he works with government customers to identify and integrate product technology to assist with mission directives. Wagner will expand his role to assume the duties of CTO where he will drive strategic, cross-company technology initiatives to maximize SC3’s impact on its customers.
Wagner brings more than 20 years of experience in architecting, developing and providing technology solutions to the intelligence community. Wagner earned a B.S. in computer science from the University of Maryland and previously served in the United States Marine Corps.
Chuck Hicks joined SC3 in 2015 as the chief operating officer (COO)/chief financial officer (CFO), but has since assumed a greater role in industry relationship management for the company. In his new role, Hicks will solely dedicate his time to lead SC3’s strategic growth efforts by working directly with the company’s business development and operational organizations to expand SC3’s footprint in the intelligence, defense, federal and civilian markets.
Hicks brings more than 25 years of experience in finance, business management, operations and strategy across multiple customer sets in the government contracting and commercial arenas. Hicks earned a B.S. in accounting from the University of Maryland at College Park. He is also a certified public accountant (CPA) and served for six years in the United States Navy.