Executive Profile: Tom Weston of QinetiQ North America

Tom Weston of QinetiQ
Tom Weston of QinetiQ

Tom Weston is executive vice president and chief financial officer for QinetiQ North America. In this position,  he is responsible for the company’s financial activities and acquisition and merger operations. He also oversees the company’s audit, tax and risk management departments.

Before joining QinetiQ, Weston was CFO of Apogen Technologies, Inc. before its acquisition to QinetiQ. Before this, he was SVP and CFO for BTG, Inc. Prior, he was senior manager in the assurance services practice at KPMG LLP.

Weston earned his bachelor’s degree from James Madison University. He is a certified public accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants.

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