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TNA Appoints Williams as President & CEO

Posted by August 10, 2016

Steve Williams  (Photo: Terma North America)

Steve Williams (Photo: Terma North America)

Effective August 6, 2016, Terma North America Inc. has appointed Steve Williams as President & CEO.
 
Since the beginning of 2014 until present, Williams has held the position of Regional Executive, Lockheed Martin International Business Development, Europe-Americas. Prior to this, Steve was Regional President for Lockheed Martin Continental Europe, and before that, Senior Director, Europe-Eurasia at Lockheed Martin Corporate.
 
Prior to joining Lockheed Martin, he was president of a security and telecommunications company, leading business partnerships in the U.S. and Japan.
 
As part of his 20 year military career,  Williams served four years as Foreign Area Policy Advisor to the Secretary of Defense and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He holds a double MA in International Economics/Foreign Policy from John Hopkins University and a BSc in General Engineering from the US Military Academy at West Point.
 
Williams succeeds Larry Hungerford, who was appointed President & CEO in June 2014. Larry Hungerford will continue as member of The Board of Directors for Terma North America, a position he has held since February 2008.
 
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