The company has also brought in Susan Snow, Principal at OSAS Inc., in a senior financial executive consultant capacity, reporting directly to Founder and CEO Eric Basu.
“Andrew and Ham have been key catalysts of our double-digit annual growth over the past 10 years,” said Basu. “Their commitment to exceeding client expectations in the most efficient and effective ways possible make them ideal to fleet up to these new executive roles. We’re also excited to be able to tap into Susan’s strategic insight as we execute our continued growth plans. Her knowledge and experience in helping long-term technology companies prosper is renowned and we’re fortunate to have her as part of the team!"
Nugent was previously Sentek Global’s Vice President of Command & Control Systems, and was a key technologist supporting the adoption of new technologies within the Joint and Navy C2 environments. He also 'dual-hatted' as the System Architect at the Global Command and Control System - Maritime Variant (GCCS-M) and within the Navy NECC Component Program Management Office (CPMO). Nugent has more than 17 years of military and government consulting expertise, most notably in the command and control systems environment. A former U.S. Navy Surface Warfare Officer, he holds a Masters of Science degree at the University of Southhampton and a Bachelors of Science from the U.S. Naval Academy.
Tallent served as the company’s Vice President of C4ISR systems before taking on his new executive role. Prior to Sentek Global, Rear Admiral Tallent was the Director of Operations for the United States European Command and was responsible for advising the commander on all operational issues including command and control of U.S. forces in the organization’
Snow’s experience spans public accounting, financial services, consumer product manufacturing and defense contracting. She has managed HR, IT, finance, operations, sales, marketing and contracting in her various roles. Recently, Snow proved her mettle in taking a challenged company through a difficult four-year operational and financial turnaround that ultimately resulted in the profitable sale of the corporation. The problems she successfully addressed in this role included senior management changes, evolving through the defense contracting process, implementing strategic planning and a thorough financial and operational turnaround.