Admiral Malone said, “With its robust product portfolio and the right leadership, Intellicheck Mobilisa has the right ingredients for organic growth. I am grateful to oversee this progress as Chairman, and I look forward to working more closely with Nelson as he once again takes the reins as President and CEO. I and the rest of the Board are confident that with his leadership, the Company is on the right track for success over the coming years.”Admiral Malone serves as a technical advisor and consultant to Pequot Capital, a venture capital firm, and Environmental Tectonics Corporation (OTCQB: ETCC), a high technology simulation and manufacturing company. He also recently joined the board of directors at Environmental Tetonics Corporation. He has conducted various due diligence projects in support of Pequot investments/acquisitions and has developed a government marketing strategy for ETC. Prior to joining Skarven Enterprises (now Kestrel, a division of The Boeing Company) in 2004, Admiral Malone served 34 years in the US Navy. As a Naval Aviator, he commanded a Strike Fighter Squadron, a Navy replenishment ship, a nuclear powered aircraft carrier (USS Enterprise) and an Aircraft Carrier Strike Group. His final two assignments were in the leadership of Naval Aviation, including two years as Commander, Naval Air Forces (CEO for Naval Aviation). He is a 1970 graduate of the United States Naval Academy. His graduate education includes the Navy Nuclear Propulsion Program, and studies at the National Defense University, Harvard University, and The George Washington University.
Intellicheck Mobilisa Announces Executive Changes
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