MacAulay-Brown has promoted two employees to the vice president ranks and plans to open a new office in North Carolina as part of its expansion strategy for the mid-Atlantic region.
Mia Kerivan-O’Malley will assume the roles of corporate VP and chief information officer while Steve Lewis will lead the company’s information dominance division, MacB announced Nov. 12.
In her new role, Kerivan-O’Malley will oversee functions such as enterprise security, integrity, technology infusion, budgeting and facilities management.
The 25-year IT veteran previously was a program manager and software development engineer at Applications Research Corp.
Lewis succeeds Division Manager and VP Dan Gutierrez and will work to grow MacB’s partnerships and customer base in cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, and information operations in the southern U.S.
Before joining the private sector, Lewis served more than two decades in the U.S. Navy, where he managed national intelligence efforts and helped to build C4ISR, IO and cyber systems.