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UltiSat Reorganizes, Appoints Senior Leadership

By | January 4, 2021
A Ultisat teleport. Photo: Ultisat

A Ultisat teleport. Photo: Ultisat

UltiSat revealed Monday that the company has made several new senior leadership appointments and reorganized around four primary lines of business – Managed Network Services, Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Services, Specialized Wireless Services, and Engineering and Technical Services.

The company revealed in August that its president, David Myers, stepped into the expanded role of CEO, following the planned retirement of the company’s founder and previous CEO, Moe Abutaleb.

Additionally, several employees from within the organizing are stepping into new or expanded roles, including David Bryant as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO). Each of the four lines of business will be led by a dedicated Executive Vice President (EVP) and general manager, including Chris Hetmanski for Managed Network Services, Garr Stephenson for Airborne ISR Services, Anthony Sellers for Specialized Wireless Services, and George Sumarev for Engineering and Technical Services.

“As we enter the new year, UltiSat is making a number of development investments to better serve the evolving needs of our customers,” Myers continued. “We are expanding our in-house capabilities and recruiting new members to the team who will bring new perspective and industry best practices. At UltiSat, we are passionate about applying our unique capabilities to provide end-to-end communications solutions backed by above and beyond customer service.”