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Exovera Hires Veteran Executive Christine Fuentes as Vice President for Marketing and Communications

By December 6, 2022May 15th, 2023No Comments

VIENNA, Va.; Dec. 6, 2022 – Exovera, a leading provider of data analytics software and solutions, announced today that it hired former Amentum Vice President of Marketing and Communications Christine Fuentes as its Vice President for Marketing and Communications.

In this role, she will lead all marketing and communications activities for the company including brand strategy, marketing, media relations, digital media, crisis communications, and corporate social responsibility.

“Christine is an exceptionally qualified leader who brings more than two decades of national security experience and a proven track record of building successful brands to the company,”said Bob Sogegian, Exovera’s CEO. “I’m confident she’ll rapidly build greater awareness of our brand in the government market and position us to accelerate growth in the commercial market as well.

Fuentes will leverage her more than 20 years of experience building effective marketing and communications programs for high-profile organizations within the public and private sectors. In addition to launching and building the Amentum brand following its spinoff from AECOM in 2020, she previously served as an account director for DARPA and the Department of Energy atSpire Communications and Public Relations Manager at Telos Corporation.

Exovera is on the threshold of revolutionizing intelligence with game-changing solutions,” said Fuentes. “It’s inspiring to be part of a team of professionals that not only does amazing technical work, but also believes deeply in the mission.”

Fuentes began her career as a public affairs officer in the U.S. Air Force, serving as the Deputy Director of Public Affairs at the Air Armament Center at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., a 13,000-person organization with a $2 billion annual budget for the development, acquisition, testing, deployment, and sustainment of conventional, special, and directed energy weapons.