Mr. Wilson joined ECS in 2011 as chief strategy officer and was promoted to president and chief executive officer in February 2014. Prior to joining ECS, he was instrumental in growing Stanley Inc. from a small, private business with 20 employees and $2 million in revenue to a public company of nearly 6,000 employees and more than $900 million in annual revenue. While at Stanley, Mr. Wilson organized and led executive teams responsible for customer relations, corporate development, business growth, strategic investments and company strategy.
Mr. Wilson holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from United States Naval Academy and a Master of Business Administration from George Washington University. He serves on the ECS board of directors, and is a board member of Professional Services Council, Brain Injury Services, and the Washington Choral Arts. For two consecutive years, Mr. Wilson has won the Wash100 award, recognizing his impact in the GovCon sector.
Prior to joining ECS, Mr. Weston was the executive vice president and chief financial officer for Acentia LLC, where in April 2015 he led the sale of Acentia to MAXIMUS, Inc. He joined Acentia from QinetiQ Group plc, a publicly traded UK-based provider of information technology services where he was the chief financial officer for QinetiQ’s North American operations. Mr. Weston was instrumental in driving the rapid growth of QinetiQ North America, which included 6,000 employees and $1.5 billion in annual revenue supporting multiple branches of the federal government. Mr. Weston began his career at the large international accounting firm of KPMG LLP, where he was a senior manager in the Assurance Services practice.
Mr. Weston graduated from James Madison University and is a certified public accountant. He is
a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Virginia Society of
Certified Public Accountants. Mr. Weston also serves on the boards of the Henry M. Jackson
Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine and NeoSystems Corporation.
ECS acquired KSH Solutions in 2015. Mr. Hittle was a co-founder of KSH Solutions and president of the Information Solutions division, where he was responsible for the growth and management of the southeastern region, including Army and Navy Medical IT. Mr. Hittle was instrumental in developing the U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) business area, supporting Defense Health Headquarters (DHHQ) in Falls Church, the Skyline facility, and the St Louis records team. This became one of the fastest growing business areas in KSH.
Mr. Hittle began his career in 1991 as a U.S. Army Ranger. In 1999, he went to work for Northrop Grumman and held management positions as client services manager and program manager for IT operations for the Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEOSTRI). In 2004, he went to WareOnEarth Communications, Inc. (WCI), where he managed 7 business locations across the U.S. and Korea supporting over 18,000 customers. Mr. Hittle holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Miami and a Master of Business Administration from Webster University.
Previously, Mr. Magee supported the Joint Integrated Air and Missile Defense Organization (JIAMDO), the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (Aegis BMD) program of the Missile Defense Agency (MDA), and the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations as technical director in the areas of fleet readiness, war games and exercises, ballistic missile defense and concept of operations. He also served the Program Executive Office for Theater Surface Combatants (PEO TSC) as the DDG 51 production contract manager.
Mr. Magee served in the Navy with operational tours aboard the USS Constellation (CV 64), USS Chosin (CG 65), USS Monterey (CG 61) and ashore as the PEO Surface Combatants Operational Readiness officer and chief of staff. Mr. Magee holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Southern California.
Mr. Thames has more than 25 years of progressive leadership and business experience within the information technology industry. He served as senior director of product development for MROLink Corporation, an internet company that developed an online, business-to-business exchange supporting global manufacturers. Mr. Thames was also founder of DaVinci Partners, a technology consulting firm focused on delivering custom software solutions for logistics, manufacturing, operations, and mergers and acquisitions (M&A).
Prior to launching DaVinci Partners, Mr. Thames served in a number of roles at Microdyne Corporation, a publicly traded manufacturer of hardware and software communications products supporting a wide range of platforms, from mainframes to servers to PCs. As vice president of product management and engineering, he oversaw global marketing and engineering of the firm's products. He previously served as assistant vice president of operations, supporting manufacturing, logistics, analytics, and the company's M&A activities.
Prior to joining ECS as part of the company’s acquisition of KSH Solutions in 2015, Mr. Kier served as chief executive officer of KSH, providing IT and cyber services to the defense health community. KSH experienced an average growth rate of 40-50% per year over five years.
Mr. Kier also served as president of WareOnEarth Communications, Inc. (WCI). WCI specialized in information assurance and network security for the Department of Defense. Mr. Kier developed and implemented the business strategy that secured more than $500M in prime contracts which facilitated the acquisition of WCI by Secure Mission Solutions in 2009.
Mr. Kier began his career in the Navy in 1984, where his assignments included Undersecretary of the Navy for Special Programs, Naval Security Group, National Reconnaissance Office, Office of Naval Intelligence, and Chief of Naval Operations Intelligence Plot. Mr. Kier holds a Bachelor of Science from Park University and an Master of Science from National Louis University.
Prior to joining ECS in 2017, Mr. Heneghan served as a vice president at CGI Federal, an IT and business consulting firm. In that role, he was a senior executive responsible for overseeing DHS, the United States Coast Guard, and the Office of Personnel Management programs. Mr. Heneghan consistently grew CGI’s DHS sector more than 25% year over year, and diversified the portfolio to include citizen services, engineering services, cloud and managed services, software development, and cybersecurity solutions which included the award of DHS’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) contract and the subsequent CDM Credentialing Task Order. Mr. Heneghan also led business development operations and the capture of key strategic contracts at Stanley Associates (now part of CGI Federal) during his tenure as director of corporate development and director of proposals.
Mr. Heneghan has a bachelor’s degree in speech and English education from the University of Maryland.
Prior to being named the vice president of business development, Ms. Fendrock was the federal civilian account executive at ECS. She was responsible for supporting several federal civilian accounts, focusing on contracts with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the United States Postal Service (USPS), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO).
Ms. Fendrock also assists in ECS’s acquisition efforts, including the acquisitions of iLuMinA, i_SW, and Paradigm Technologies, Inc. She has worked in a variety of corporate and customer-facing positions. Previously, she held positions at Lockheed Martin and Computer Sciences Corporation.
Ms. Fendrock holds a Bachelor of Science in business management and a Master of Business Administration from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Ms. Reisinger joined ECS in 2012 as human resources manager and was named director of human resources in 2016. In 2017, she was promoted to vice president. She holds an active Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification as well as an SHRM Certified Professional certification (SHRM-CP) from the Society of Human Resource Management.
Ms. Reisinger earned her Bachelor of Science in chemistry from Randolph-Macon College, where she was a member of Delta Zeta, American Chemical Society. She completed continuing education studies in human resources at George Mason University.
Prior to joining ECS, Mr. West led the merger and acquisition (M&A) practice at leading federal sector management consulting firm, Wolf Den Associates. At the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), he was a founding member of the Secretary’s staff and served as an adviser to Secretaries Tom Ridge and Michael Chertoff. He later worked in investment banking and principal investing roles at Morgan Stanley in New York.
Mr. West has a Bachelor of Arts from Duke University, a Master of Science from the London School of Economics, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business where he was a Harper Fellow.
Prior to joining ECS, Mr. Sankovich was executive vice president of cloud at InfoReliance. There, he was responsible for the startup and executive management of the company’s cloud solutions business. Mr. Sankovich also served as vice president of sales and operations at Truestone, LLC where he was responsible for building and leading a technology solutions and consulting business unit. In addition, he held technology leadership positions supporting the Executive Office of the President of the United States, and worked for AT&T, General Motors, and multiple technology startups.
Mr. Sankovich has a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science in systems engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. He received his bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University.
Mr. Faulkner is also responsible for building and managing the ECS Cyber Center of Excellence which fosters collaboration, innovation, research and development, solution engineering, evaluation of emerging tech, and technical and professional proficiency across the company’s talented cyber workforce.
Prior to joining ECS, Mr. Faulkner served as chief strategy officer at InfoReliance. In that role, he was responsible for aligning corporate capabilities and competitive positioning to emerging and strategic market opportunities. Mr. Faulkner also served as vice president for business development at InfoReliance, creating innovative business strategies that resulted in over $500M in new business awards from public sector and commercial customers, including transformational endeavors in the areas of cloud computing and cybersecurity delivered as a managed service.
Mr. Faulkner received a bachelor’s in business administration and marketing communications at Ohio University and completed training in cybersecurity strategy at Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies.
Before joining ECS, Ms. Nassirpour was creative director at InfoReliance, leading brand development and user experience design. In that role, she devised branding and marketing plans for new services, software products, and partnerships, supported new business development, and lead in-house projects and initiatives for employee engagement and collaboration. Ms. Nassirpour was pivotal in developing a strong and recognizable corporate identity for the company, helping InfoReliance to make its mark in the defense and federal civilian markets.
Ms. Nassirpour is a past board member of AIGA Baltimore where, as promotion and marketing chair, she founded BLEND, a popular networking event for Baltimore-area creative professionals. She has also served as corporate philanthropy chair for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Ms. Nassirpour has a bachelor’s degree in design and visual communications from the University of Maryland Baltimore County.