Amyx Appoints John Selman as COO; William Schaefer Quoted

Amyx Appoints John Selman as COO; William Schaefer Quoted
John Selman COO Amyx

Amyx announced on Monday that its appointment of John Selman as chief operating officer. In this role, Selman will continue to support Amyx’s recent growth by overseeing the delivery of cybersecurity services to Amyx’s vast array of customers, growing his portfolios and managing over 650 employees across the company.

“John’s passion for delivering exceptional customer service and employee development is a perfect fit at Amyx. He brings a strong track record of delivering high-performing teams supporting similar customer mission sets, making his transition seamless," commented William Schaefer, Amyx’s president and CEO. 

With the significant growth we’ve experienced over the past five years, we are also excited to have John’s expertise in several strategic markets to help us maintain that trajectory. All of these elements will help us sustain the exciting culture at Amyx and keep us a top place to work," Schaefer added. 

Selman has vast experience in roles similar to COO. He has successfully held numerous senior leadership positions for two decades at large corporations. He has a significant background serving in the Department of Defense (DOD) and federal agencies.

Selman’s most recent accomplishment was delivering a complex advisory, logistics and analytics portfolio comprising 55 projects valued at over $100 million.

As an experienced industry executive, Selman possesses a deep understanding of bringing opportunities to the market while leveraging operational scale across a diverse service delivery footprint. His client-first focus pairs well with Amyx’s motto, “Your Trusted Partner for Strategic Results.”

Selman is also an expert in delivering national security operations and consulting services across multiple Department of Homeland Security components, Department of Energy (DOE), U.S. Army, and Combatant Command projects. Selman’s success culminated in winning over $1.5 billion in awarded contracts over the past ten years among 30 federal agencies.

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