Tina Kuhn, President and CEO of Cybercore Technologies, Announced as a Panelist for Potomac Officers Club’s 2019 Secure Supply Chain Forum on July 18th

Tina Kuhn

Tina Kuhn, president and chief executive officer of Cybercore Technologies, will be featured as a panelist during Potomac Officers Club’s 2019 Secure Supply Chain Forum on July 18th. Register now for the forum right here.

During the forum, GovCon and industry leaders from the public and private sectors will discuss how federal agencies protect, defend and secure supply chains from susceptible threats and the challenges that arise as technology becomes more fundamental to supply chains.

Kuhn has 35 years of leadership experience with a range of customers, including the IC agencies, defense, state and local governments and international customers (NATO, AUS, UK). Her career includes leadership, executive management, operations management, business development and program management roles to support government, international and commercial customers.

Kuhn joined Cybercore Technologies as president and chief executive officer in Oct. 2016. Prior to her tenure with the company, she served as the senior vice president of Sotera Defense and led its cyber and data solutions division. She also served in senior leadership roles with Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics and the Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC).

Cheri Caddy of the NSA, Keith Nakasone of GSA, Daniel Kroese of DHS’ NRMC and Don Davidson of Synopsys will be joining Kroese as panelists during the forum with Jill Singer of AT&T and another 2019 Wash100 Award recipient serving as the panel’s moderator. Kristen Baldwin of DoD will serve as the keynote speaker for the event as well.

Don’t miss out on Potomac Officers Club’s 2019 Secure Supply Chain Forum on July 18th. Register now for the forum right here.

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