Terry Ryan to Succeed Tim Reardon as Constellis CEO
Constellis has announced that its lead director, Terry Ryan, will succeed Tim Reardon as CEO. Reardon, a Potomac Officers Club member and four-time Wash100 winner, has resigned to pursue other interests.
Ryan, a 2014 Wash100 winner, said Reardon led Constellis through a financial restructuring and corporate-wide integration of multiple business units.
“These significant accomplishments have enhanced the company’s position for future growth and success. Tim is a well-respected leader in the federal services industry and we wish him well in his new endeavors,” Ryan added.
Ryan has more than 20 years of executive-level experience in the federal technical services market, having served as the CEO of Adroit Systems, VT Group and Tenax Aerospace, Constellis said Tuesday.
He served as the president and chief operating officer for emerging markets at ManTech. In the said role, he was responsible for providing systems engineering and integration across a wide range of large-scale system development and modernization programs.
Ryan was the senior vice president of strategic development at Science Applications International Corporation. He coordinated the development of a strategic roadmap for the company's intelligence, technology and security group.
Prior to joining SAIC in February 2006, Ryan was the vice president of SRA's C4ISR center. He provided direct support to the director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
He also worked at the Department of Defense as deputy director of the Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Office and director of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems within the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Ryan, who earned a bachelor's degree in communications from Ohio State University, serves on the board of the National Intelligence University Foundation.
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