Stan Newberry and Pat Sullivan join Ultra I&C’s board

On February 1, Austin, TX-based Ultra Intelligence & Communications announced the addition of two members to its board of directors. Industry executive and United States Air Force senior leader Stan Newberry and former Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) executive director Pat Sullivan will join the board in February, providing insights and strategic leadership to the company as it grows its offerings and footprint in the federal market.

“I’m thrilled for Stan and Pat to bring their deep understanding and experience in the defense community to compliment the expertise of our outstanding board, furthering the company’s strategic growth initiatives,” said Karen Bomba, chair of Ultra I&C’s board of directors.

“Throughout their distinguished careers, Stan and Pat have been instrumental in leading the development and fielding of critical national security technologies and systems,” said Jon Rucker, President and CEO of Ultra Intelligence & Communications. “They are both well respected across the industry and will be key in actively driving the organization’s long-term transformational growth.”

Stan Newberry most recently oversaw a variety of classified and unclassified C4ISR programs as an executive leader in the defense contracting space. In previous roles, he directed requirement activities for the U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command; managed C2 programs, experimentation, and innovation for the Command and Control Integration Center; and supported Air Force cyber activities as the Director of the Global Cyberspace Integration Center. Stan also spent significant time working for NASA – directing operations, development, and technology activities.

Pat Sullivan’s 30-year career in government culminated in his service as the executive director for NAVWAR where he led a global workforce of more than 11,000 employees delivering and sustaining advanced information technology, communications systems, and cyber solutions to U.S. naval, joint, and national forces worldwide. Additionally, Pat served as Executive Director for the Navy’s Program Executive Office for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence, as well as the Director for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance at the Naval Information Warfare Center, Pacific.

Source: Ultra I&C

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