CALIBRE Systems, Inc. Names Joseph A. Martore Chairman of the Board
PRESS RELEASE / May 23, 2019
Alexandria, Virginia, May 23, 2019 – CALIBRE Systems, Inc. (CALIBRE) has announced that Joseph A. Martore has been elected Chairman of CALIBRE’s Board of Directors, effective May 23, 2019, succeeding Lieutenant General (USA-Ret.) James Terry Scott, who served as Chairman since February 2017. Mr. Martore previously served as a member of the board and as CALIBRE’s CEO.
“We are delighted that Joe Martore will continue to serve CALIBRE as Chair of the Board after a successful term as Chief Executive Officer. His extensive experience will provide an immeasurable asset to the company as it moves forward in this dynamic world of digital transformation and change management,” said Vice Chair Joseph H. Reynolds. “Joe joins a strong and highly collaborative board with diverse backgrounds in government, technology, and financial services, and we look forward to his continued contributions.”
In reference to his new role, Joe Martore stated, “It is an honor to assume the position of Chair of CALIBRE, and to follow in the footsteps of our most recent past Chair, LTG Terry Scott, who so skillfully oversaw the execution of CALIBRE’s purpose to enable our clients’ success by providing innovative management consulting and digital transformation solutions.”
Mr. Martore received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Civil Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and an M.B.A. from the George Washington University. He serves on the Board of Directors for Easter Seals DC MD VA, the Professional Services Council (PSC), and the Laurel Grove School Museum Association; is a member of External Advisory Board of the MIT Institute for Data, Systems, and Society; and is a member of the George Mason University School of Business Dean’s Advisory Council.
CALIBRE is an employee-owned management consulting and digital transformation company supporting government and industry. CALIBRE delivers enduring solutions that solve management, technology, and program challenges in the areas of financial performance and logistics; health and information management; human capital training and management; and infrastructure, engineering, and environment.
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