Noblis Elects Rich Jacques as Corporate Officer
Noblis’ board of trustees has elected Rich Jacques, the company’s vice president of intelligence and law enforcement, to serve as corporate officer.
According to CEO and President Amr ElSawy, Jacques has strengthened the company’s offerings in the intelligence and law enforcement business areas, as well as positioned the company for future growth, Noblis said.
“He has demonstrated strong leadership, decision making, operational excellence and collaboration skills that have benefitted Noblis and our clients. He played a leading role in our recent acquisition and integration of Inductive Minds,” said ElSawy, a two-time Wash100 awardee.
Inductive Minds is an information technology service management company that provides cloud hosting, systems engineering and analytics services to government customers.
In the VP role, Jacques, a Potomac Officers Club member, is responsible for directing Noblis’ mission in the intelligence, national security and law enforcement sectors of government.
His team provides its clients with actionable intelligence to help them make better mission-critical decisions through the development and integration of advanced technologies, Noblis said.
Jacques brought with him more than 20 years of business and technology experience when he joined Noblis in January 2019.
His specializations include business strategy development, change management, technology transformation, organizational process improvement, contract and program management and human capital strategies.
Jacques earned a master’s degree in information systems from the Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in geography from the University of Mary Washington.
He is a certified Project Management Professional and Scaled Agile Framework Scrum Master, in addition to being certified by the ITIL foundation.
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