Leadership Team

Visionary Leadership

By combining forward-looking leadership, innovative thinking, and a firsthand understanding of our customers, the Vectrus leadership team is building a company committed to a brighter and safer tomorrow for our customers and our country.

Charles Prow

President & Chief Executive Officer

Susan D. Lynch

Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

Sue Deagle

Senior Vice President and Chief Growth Officer

David A. Hathaway

Senior Vice President, Programs

Kevin A. Leonard

Senior Vice President, Contingency Operations

Corinne Minton-Package

Senior Vice President, Operational Technology and Enterprise Vectrus

Kevin T. Boyle

Senior Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel

Francis A. Peloso

Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Kenneth W. Shreves

Senior Vice President, Business Development/Capture

William Noon

Corporate Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer

Michael J. Smith

Vice President, Treasury, Corporate Development and Investor Relations

Amber Hassan
Amber Hassan

Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, Legal Operations

Courtney A. Schoch

Deputy General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

J. Eric Best

Vice President, Financial Operations

Frederick J. Nohmer

Vice President, Program Operations

Michael J. Smith

Vice President, Engineering and Digital Integration Programs

Lisa Freeman

Vice President, National Security Programs

Joe Poniatowski

Vice President of Contracts

Charles Prow

President and Chief Executive Officer

Chuck Prow is the president and chief executive officer of Vectrus as well as a member of the Vectrus board of directors. He was appointed to both positions in December 2016. Chuck has more than 30 years of information technology and federal services experience, including leadership positions at IBM Corporation, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Coopers & Lybrand. During his career, Chuck has run global government services organizations, delivering solutions to a wide array of Department of Defense and other government customers. He served in multiple roles at IBM, including general manager of global government industry for IBM’s technology and services competencies, where he had responsibility for global revenues exceeding $9 billion. While at IBM, Chuck was successful in creating market differentiation through the integration of IBM’s technology and service competencies. He established strategies that focused on delivering complex solutions to critical government missions for national security, federal civilian agencies, and state and local entities. These efforts resulted in market share expansion, revenue growth, and margin improvement. Chuck has a bachelor’s degree in management and data processing from Northwest Missouri State University. He serves on the boards of directors of the International Research & Exchanges Board and the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts.

Susan D. Lynch

Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Susan Lynch is the senior vice president and chief financial officer (CFO) at Vectrus. She is responsible for global financial management of the company’s business, including tax, treasury, audit, accounting, financial planning and analysis, and government compliance. Susan brings more than 25 years of financial experience to Vectrus through senior leadership roles in the technology, aerospace and defense, and industrial manufacturing industries. Most recently, she was executive vice president (EVP) and CFO for Sungard Availability Services (Sungard AS), where she was responsible for internal audit and controls, financial reporting and analysis, controllership, tax, treasury, procurement, and financial shared services. Before joining Sungard AS, Susan was EVP and CFO for Hitachi Data Systems (now Hitachi Vantara), where she was responsible for all facets of the organization’s financial strategy, planning, accounting real estate, procurement, and financial shared services. Susan led the financial organization through a significant growth period, optimizing its financial processes while improving business partnering. Before joining Hitachi Data Systems, Susan served as vice president and CFO at Raytheon Technical Services Company, where she was responsible for the organization’s financial strategy, planning, management, and accounting. Prior to Raytheon, Susan held a broad range of senior management roles at Honeywell International, including assistant corporate controller, Global Business Services; director of business, analysis, and planning; and CFO for the Latin American region. She holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and business administration from MidAmerica Nazarene University.

Sue Deagle

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF GROWTH OFFICER

Sue Deagle serves as senior vice president and chief growth officer at Vectrus. She is responsible for driving organic and inorganic growth and leading strategy development, M&A, sales, marketing, and investor relations. Sue is passionate about serving the warfighter in all we do at Vectrus. She also sees the mission of diversity and inclusion at Vectrus as one of her key responsibilities, co-chairing the Executive Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council. Sue believes that both counting the numbers and making the numbers count are critical to a diverse workforce that drives results for the company. Prior to joining Vectrus in May 2017, she served as vice president and integration executive for an acquisition aligned with the inception of IBM’s Watson Health business unit. In that role, Sue was responsible for driving revenue growth through the integration of acquired solutions into the broader Watson Health suite while leveraging IBM’s business processes to standardize operations. Sue previously served as vice president for sales and distribution strategy for IBM’s U.S. federal and government industries, where she drove cross-brand and cross-sell opportunities to increase market penetration. In that role, Sue devised and executed a sales approach that included developing key partner relationships, branding campaigns, and marketing approaches that used business development resources more efficiently. While at IBM, she also created and ran the federal, governmentwide acquisition contract center. Throughout her 13 years with IBM and her prior experience with Cyveillance, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and EDS, Sue demonstrated the ability to lead large teams in achieving growth by creating differentiation and fostering innovation. She earned her master’s degree in business administration from The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University and has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and economics from Grove City College.

DAVID A. HATHAWAY

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, PROGRAMS

David Hathaway is senior vice president of programs at Vectrus, joining the company in 2017. He is responsible for program execution and client service delivery across Vectrus markets, including managing business results and profit/loss for multiple program portfolios, developing and executing client mission support strategies, and creating new growth opportunities in multiple Vectrus lines of business. Most recently, David served as vice president for defense and intelligence at IBM Global Services, responsible for service delivery to clients in the Department of Defense and intelligence community. Prior to this role, he held similar senior leadership roles in IBM Global Services, including vice president for the application development and integration service line responsible for custom software development, systems integration and engineering, cloud computing, cybersecurity, and program management. David also served on international assignment to IBM Canada where he led global services in the Canadian public sector, which included the federal, provincial, healthcare, and education markets. He earned a master’s degree in management science from the University of Dayton following his graduation from the United States Air Force Academy. David served for seven years on active duty in the Air Force as a communications-computer systems officer. He had multiple assignments focused on information technology acquisition, research and development program management, and communications operations and maintenance. David completed his military service at The Pentagon and currently lives in the Washington metropolitan area.

 

Kevin A. Leonard

Senior Vice President, Contingency Operations

Kevin Leonard is senior vice president for Army and Expeditionary Programs at Vectrus, responsible for the development and execution of short- and long-term strategies for this area of the company’s business. Prior to joining Vectrus in 2017, he served as vice president of contingency operations for the Fluor Government Group. In this role, Kevin’s responsibilities included the strategic planning and global execution of services supporting commercial clients, the U.S. federal government, and select foreign governments. His team supported a diverse set of clients, including the Department of Defense (United States Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Central Command), the Department of Homeland Security, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Kevin is a retired U.S. Army major general with a distinguished 33-year career leading complex transportation and logistics organizations. Following his military career, Kevin served as the director of launch operations for Amazon, where he and his team delivered eight new fulfillment centers in a four-month period, resulting in significant savings for Amazon with respect to resources, manpower, and cycle time. Kevin earned his master’s in business administration from Oklahoma City University and his master’s in strategic studies from the U.S. Army War College. He was awarded the Distinguished Alumni award at Emporia State University, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree. In 2014, Kevin was the recipient of the prestigious NDIA Logistician Emeritus award for his work countering the IED threat in Southwest Asia, and he continues to serve as a sitting member of the Defense Science Board, studying survivable logistics for the Secretary of Defense.

Corinne Minton-Package

Senior Vice President, Operational Technology and Enterprise Vectrus

Corinne Minton-Package is senior vice president for Operational Technology and Enterprise Vectrus. In this role, she is responsible for the operational technology portfolio, including engineering, products, and technology insertion into existing programs. Corinne is also responsible for enterprisewide management initiatives that support better outcomes for customers, including supply chain and technology. In addition, she is responsible for building an ecosystem of potential partners and building new solutions and architectural frameworks to solve customer problems. Before joining Vectrus in 2017, Corinne worked for IBM, where she most recently served as the lead account partner for its healthcare payer practice. In that capacity, Corinne delivered growth and client value across many of IBM’s largest healthcare clients, drove the recovery of underperforming accounts, and led IBM’s growth initiatives in mobile and digital solutions. Over the course of her 18-year career with IBM, she held leadership positions across strategy, business development, sales, and marketing. Corinne earned her master’s degree in public policy from the University of Michigan and her bachelor’s degree in political science with honors from Kalamazoo College.

Kevin T. Boyle

Senior Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel

Kevin Boyle serves as senior vice president, chief legal officer, and general counsel for Vectrus. He is responsible for all legal matters as well as the trade compliance; security; facilities; ethics and compliance; and environmental, safety, and health functions for the company. Kevin has a career spanning more than 20 years in senior legal and business roles working with and advising the C-suites and boards of directors of public and private companies, ranging in size from early stage to over $4 billion in revenue. He has deep experience in corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions (buy and sell side), leading capital-raising strategies, strategic planning, risk management, performance improvement, and corporate governance. Kevin also has extensive knowledge of government contracts, securities law, and intellectual property law. Prior to joining Vectrus in 2018, he served as senior vice president, general counsel, and secretary for Vencore, Inc., a $1.2 billion provider of information solutions, cybersecurity, engineering, and analytics for the U.S. government and intelligence communities. Kevin led Vencore through its initial public offering and a strategic transaction process that resulted in its merger with the U.S. public-sector business DXC Technology and Key Point Government Solutions to create Perspecta, Inc. Before working at Vencore, he was senior vice president, general counsel, and secretary at Alion Science & Technology. Kevin also served as general counsel for MCR and Vangent, Inc. Earlier in his career, he held similar senior positions with public and private technology services and product companies, including General Dynamics Information Technology, Anteon International Corporation, and InterWorld Corporation. Kevin received his juris doctor degree from Tulane Law School and his bachelor’s degree from Yale University.

Francis A. Peloso

Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

Francis Peloso serves as senior vice president and chief human resources officer for Vectrus. Appointed to this role in 2010, he is responsible for all human resources activities and strategies. Previously, Francis was the vice president and director of human resources for the Exelis Mission Systems business, the predecessor company to Vectrus. He joined ITT Corporation in 2000 and worked across a variety of business areas, including ITT’s world headquarters and the Mission Systems, Communications Systems, and Electronic Systems divisions. Francis served as the West Coast regional director for the Electronic Systems division and as the vice president and director of human resources for the Communications Systems division. He holds a master’s degree in business administration from Fairfield University and a bachelor’s degree in theology from Georgetown University.

Kenneth W. Shreves

Senior Vice President, Business Development/Capture

Kenneth Shreves is senior vice president for business development and capture at Vectrus. In 2017, he joined Vectrus from SOSi, where he was vice president of business development. Prior to SOSi, Kenneth was at DynCorp International, where he held multiple leadership positions, including vice president of national security solutions, vice president of international business development, general manager for DynEgypt LLC, and vice president of business development for DynLogistics. Prior to his commercial career, Kenneth served in the U.S. Army as a logistics officer, retiring after 28 years of distinguished service. He commanded at every level through brigade command and culminated his service as the Army chair at the National War College in Washington, D.C. Kenneth holds masters’ degrees in administration from Central Michigan University and national security studies from the National War College. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance, from the University of Florida.

William Noon

Corporate Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer

William Noon serves as corporate vice president and chief accounting officer at Vectrus. He joined Vectrus in 2016 as the chief accounting officer. William has more than 25 years of financial and accounting experience that includes his previous role as chief financial officer (CFO) of Mattersight Corporation, a publicly traded enterprise analytics company. He has significant experience with Vectrus and has provided financial reporting support since 2014. From April 2016 to August 2016, before joining Vectrus, William provided financial reporting consulting services to the company as a sole practitioner. From 2013 to 2016, he was a partner at Tatum, a Randstad company specializing in consulting and talent services in accounting, finance, and information technology. While at Tatum, William assisted various global multibillion-dollar-revenue companies with their SEC financial reporting activities. In addition, he provided financial reporting consulting services to Tatum from 2014 to 2015 in connection with its spinoff from Exelis, Inc., in 2014 and subsequent financial statements. From 2009 to 2013, William held various leadership positions at Mattersight, including vice president of finance from 2012 to 2013 and vice president and CFO from 2009 to 2012. He received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Central Oklahoma and is a certified public accountant.

Michael J. Smith

Vice President, Treasury, Corporate Development and Investor Relations

Michael Smith is vice president of treasury, corporate development, and investor relations at Vectrus. Prior to joining Vectrus, he was co-founder and managing director of The Silverline Group, a strategic consulting and advisory services firm that focuses on the aerospace and defense, intelligence, government services, homeland security, and federal civilian markets. While at Silverline, Michael was responsible for providing advice and counsel on mergers and acquisitions and for generating market studies, assessments, company positioning, valuation studies, and competitive intelligence for clients. Additionally, he helped clients formulate and execute investment decisions, including stock purchases, acquisitions, and divestitures. Prior to co-founding The Silverline Group in 2012, Michael was a senior equity research associate at Lazard Capital Markets, covering the aerospace and defense, federal government information technology services, and defense technology sectors. He also spent five years with BB&T Capital Markets covering defense and government services and seven years with Raymond James & Associates in various capacities, including senior equity research liaison. Michael is a CFA® charterholder and earned a bachelor’s degree with a major in finance and a minor in economics from the University of South Florida.

Amber Hassan

Amber Hassan

Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, Legal Operations

Amber Hassan serves as the Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, Legal Operations at Vectrus. She is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the legal department, providing legal oversight for government contracts law, ethics and trade compliance, dispute resolution and employment law matters. She brings more than 20 years of experience working government contract matters for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and military organizations, both while in the Government and industry. Amber joins Vectrus from Lockheed Martin, where she served as the General Counsel for the Strategic and Missile Defense line of business responsible for providing legal advice to executives, management, and contracting professionals on all aspects of program and government contract matters. Amber is well versed in a myriad of international legal and contractual matters to include anticorruption compliance, ethics and compliance matters, joint ventures, country registrations, and local law compliance. She also has extensive experience handling disputes with the Government and suppliers including bid protests, claims, litigation, and requests for equitable adjustments. Amber has also worked in various roles of increasing responsibility in the DoD. She started her career as a member of the Judge Advocate General’s department in the U.S. Air Force, handling courts-martial, government contracts, employment law, and litigation. After leaving the military, she served as Counsel to the Special Programs division at the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA), where she oversaw DoD’s sensitive and classified programs. Amber advised Administrative Contracting Officers on final decisions, novation agreements, and on various cost issues. She also served as Fraud and Ethics Counsel. After leaving DCMA, Amber joined the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), HQ Office of General Counsel, where she served as a senior attorney for Acquisitions and was responsible for reviewing complicated multi-billion-dollar procurements for various programs and commodities. Amber also advised DLA and Pentagon senior clients and provided guidance and oversight to field counsel on government contracts, bid protests, and appeals. Amber holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Legal Studies from Brandeis University (Waltham, Massachusetts), and a Juris Doctor degree from Suffolk University Law School (Boston, Massachusetts).

Courtney A. Schoch

Deputy General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

Courtney Schoch serves as deputy general counsel and corporate secretary for Vectrus. In this role, she is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the office of the corporate secretary and for legal matters relating to general corporate governance, SEC compliance, securities offerings, and stock exchange listing requirements, as well as M&A activities and joint ventures. Courtney previously served as associate general counsel for Vectrus. Before joining Vectrus, she held corporate associate positions at several prestigious top 50 international law firms, including Morrison & Foerster in Washington, D.C., and Winston & Strawn in New York. Courtney earned her juris doctor degree from the University of Notre Dame Law School and her bachelor’s degree in international relations and political science from Boston University.

J. Eric Best

Vice President, Financial Operations

Eric Best is vice president, financial operations, at Vectrus. Eric leads the Program Finance and Controls team and has direct responsibility for joint ventures. He has extensive finance operations experience and will provide leadership and guidance as the company transitions to LOGCAP V and continues its growth. Eric comes to Vectrus after 28 years with Fluor, having previously served in progressive executive, management, and business/finance roles within the Fluor Government Group (FGG). As Fluor’s senior vice president, corporate finance, he was responsible for the management of all corporate financial planning and analysis. Prior to his brief role in corporate finance, Eric spent his career supporting business, finance management, and project operations for U.S. government projects and operations worldwide. He served as FGG’s chief financial officer for 10 years and was responsible for its $3 billion/year consolidation. Eric brings a diverse range of experience to Vectrus, including contingency operations, design-build construction, disaster recovery services, nuclear operations and remediation, and base operations support to the U.S. Departments of Defense, Energy, State, Labor, and Homeland Security as well as the intelligence community. He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Mesa State College and completed the Global Enterprise Leadership Program at Thunderbird International Consortium.

Frederick J. Nohmer

Vice President, Program Operations

Rick Nohmer is vice president, program operations, at Vectrus. He is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the non-LOGCAP program portfolio, working with Vectrus’ operations executives and program managers, and he brings extensive profit/loss experience in global service delivery programs. Before Vectrus, Rick served most recently as a principal at NFCG, LLC, where he was responsible for global consulting and advisory services to clients across the federal government and private sector. Prior to that, Rick served as the chief operating officer for Janus Global Operations, where he was responsible for the daily performance of all business segments and programs for the large global security/risk management and services company operating numerous logistics and stability programs in 18 countries. Rick also served as vice president of operations for IAP Worldwide Services, where he oversaw critical infrastructure operations, support services, emergency response, power, and air traffic management programs serving the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. State Department, as well as overseeing G3 Systems Limited, a U.K.-based technical construction and services company serving the U.K. Ministry of Defence and the NATO Support and Procurement Agency. An Army veteran, Rick served over 20 years on active duty as an infantry officer. During this time, he had multiple overseas warfighting assignments and worked for the Joint Chiefs of Staff at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Rick holds a master’s degree in administration from Central Michigan University and graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

 

Michael J. Smith

Vice President, Engineering and Digital Integration Programs

Michael Smith is vice president of Engineering and Digital Integration (EDI) Programs at Vectrus. He provides leadership to the Electromagnetic (EM) Spectrum Engineering, Digital Integration Solutions, and Comparative Technology programs. Michael is responsible for program execution leading to continued growth of the Vectrus EDI business line. The EDI portfolio includes support for several national security programs. In this role, Michael oversees RDT&E efforts related to Air Force Medical Information Systems Testing, Joint CBRN Defense, U.S. Army Force Protection, and the Navy Real-Time Spectrum Operations and EM Environmental Effects programs. Over the past 30 years, he has held positions as vice president of engineering for SENTEL Corporation, director of engineering applications with ITT Corporation, research physicist at the U.S. Army Aberdeen Proving Ground, and laser physicist for the Strategic Defense Initiative Program at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Michael has served as a member of the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division Executive Group, a member of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Chemical Biological Defense Acquisition Initiatives Forum, and a member of the advisory board for The Catholic University of America Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. His awards include Science Spectrum magazine’s Emerald Award as a senior investigator for his contributions to science; ITT’s Silver Ring of Quality Award; and several DoD awards, including the Meritorious Service Award, Outstanding Service Medal, and Superior Civilian Service Award. He is also a published scientist and patent-awarded inventor. Michael studied graduate physics at Drexel University and undergraduate physics and mathematics at Virginia Commonwealth University.

Lisa Freeman

Vice President, National Security Programs

Lisa Freeman is vice president of National Security Programs at Vectrus, joining the company in 2021 with the acquisition of Zenetex. In this role, Lisa is responsible for Vectrus’ mission support to customers throughout the intelligence community (IC). At Zenetex, Lisa served as group vice president for Intelligence with profit and loss responsibilities for the company’s intelligence efforts within the IC and Department of Defense. Before joining Zenetex, Lisa served at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence as an intelligence officer for Mission Integration on behalf of the Deputy Director for Intelligence Integration. In this role, she served as the mission voice for the IC Information Environment, data strategy, and oversight of mission investment in the IC Information Technology Enterprise (IC ITE). Lisa previously served at the Office of Naval Intelligence, where she worked as the Deputy Director for Maritime Architecture, overseeing the transformation and modernization of classified systems and applications. Lisa, whose career includes assignments in program management and leadership, began as an intelligence analyst providing classified assessments for national security. Lisa received a master’s degree in International Relations with a concentration in National Security Studies and Conflict Resolution from American Military University. She also holds a Master of Business Administration in Organizational Development from Trinity University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Boston University.

Joe Poniatowski

Vice President of Contracts

Joe Poniatowski is vice president of contracts at Vectrus. With over 25 years of contracts management experience in the military, public, and private sectors, he is responsible for further extending and deepening the important strategic relationships with our contracts clients. Joe joined Vectrus having served most recently as executive director of contracts for Fluor, and he brings with him a wealth of client, agency, and corporate experience. In that role, Joe was responsible for the functional management of the Prime Contracts organization, providing policy direction, strategic recruitment of qualified contracts professionals, contracts subject matter expertise, and business advice to Fluor’s corporate management team. During his tenure with Fluor, Joe also served in various project support roles for both Department of Defense and Department of Energy customers, including LOGCAP IV and the Savannah River management and operations contract. Joe is well versed in all forms of pre- and post-award contract administration activities, requests for equitable adjustment, claims and other disputes, and personnel management. Prior to Fluor, Joe worked in a variety of roles of increasing responsibility in the U.S. Air Force and Department of Energy. He holds a master’s degree in acquisition management from American Graduate University and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Regis University. Joe also received his CPCM from the National Contract Management Association.