Amr ElSawy, CEO and President of Noblis
Amr ElSawy, a two-time Wash100 winner, has been serving as the CEO of Noblis since October 2007. He also serves as the president responsible for the strategic direction of scientific, technical, financial and administrative activities.
Noblis is an independent, nonprofit organization that specializes in science and technology. It works with government and industry clients in the sectors of national security, intelligence, transportation, health care, environmental sustainability and citizen services.
ElSawy has extensive leadership experience in organizations that develop solutions for the national security, transportation, health and environmental sectors, according to Noblis.
He has experience in research and development, information and telecommunications engineering, modeling and simulation, cloud transformation, high-performance computing, program management and acquisition.
Under his leadership, Noblis was recognized as a Top Employer by the Washington Post, one of the “Best 50 Best Small and Mid-size Companies to Work for in America” and one of the “World’s Most Ethical” companies by the Ethisphere Institute.
ElSawy previously served as the director of the Federal Aviation Administration’s federally funded research and development center. He was also senior vice president and general manager at MITRE, a nonprofit organization that manages an FFRDC, according to his LinkedIn profile.
ElSawy earned his Master of Business Administration degree from Georgetown University, a master’s degree in electrical engineering from The George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from West Virginia University.
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