IT Mgmt Firm Ambit Group Moving To New Reston HQ, Shuffling Execs

AmbitGroupLogoReston, Va.-based information technology and strategy management firm The Ambit Group is marking its ninth year of business by moving into a new campus and naming executives to new positions with the company.

Co-founder John Condon, current CEO, will move to chairman of the board and President Kim Hayes, also a co-founder will succeed Condon as CEO, the company said Thursday.

The woman-owned, service-disabled, veteran-owned small business will relocate to Campus Commons Drive in Reston and add a dedicated training facility at the new site.

Chief Operating Officer Lou Kerestesy will succeed Hayes as president and Bob Nunnally will succeed Kerestesy as COO, the company said.

Other executive appointments include:

Don Weber was also appointed managing director of quality and management, Evangeline Weber as art director and Andrew Carr as director of business development.

The firm’s more-than 100 employees provide technology services to customers at the departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Homeland Security, State and Veterans Affairs.

Ambit also provides customers support for strategic information services, communications, strategic change and telecommunications.

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