Bill Weber Bio.jpgLEADERSHIP



Bill most recently served as the accountable leader of the executive team as President, CEO and board member of KeyW Corporation, a 2000+ person, $500+M publicly traded company (NASDAQ KEYW). KeyW excelled in agile cyber operations and warfare, data analytics and geospatial intelligence solutions for U.S. Government intelligence and defense customers and commercial enterprises. Following the unexpected passing of KeyW’s founder, Bill joined KeyW and successfully led the company through a 3+ year transformation, focusing on consistent growth and operational discipline - culminating in the sale of KeyW to Jacobs Engineering (JEC) for an industry-leading multiple and shareholder return in the Spring of 2019.

Bill joined KeyW from XLA, a technology firm which supports the federal government in areas of national security and diplomacy, where he served as president and chief operating officer. Prior to XLA, he served as president of Kaseman, a professional services firm supporting the U.S. government in nation building and foreign policy assistance. Before that, he was senior vice president at GTSI Corporation, a technology provider to the U.S. government. At GTSI Corporation, Bill launched and developed a professional services business, which accounted for one quarter of the company’s revenue and one third of its profit. He has also held senior executive positions, each focused on generating new solutions and growth, with McData, CNT Corporation, Inrange Technologies, International Network Services and AT&T.

He began his career serving as a Captain in the U.S. Army, is an Airborne Ranger, and was awarded the Bronze Star for actions during Operation Desert Storm.  Bill holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Washington University and is a graduate of The Executive Program at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business.

Currently, he resides in Ashburn, Virginia where he serves in the most important and rewarding role in life as the husband of his wife, Jeanne, and the father of his 3 kids Adam, Audrey, and Dylan.


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