Parsons Senior Program Manager Elected NTSA Committee Vice Chair; Mary Ann Hopkins Comments

MaryAnn Hopkins
MaryAnn Hopkins

Peter Marion, Parsons senior program manager, was promoted and elected to serve as vice chairman of the National Training and Simulation Association’s executive committee.

Marion will assume his new position after his induction during the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference from Dec. 2 to 6 in Orlando, Fla., the company announced Tuesday.

“Parsons is a sustaining member of NTSA, and we are proud that he is playing a key role in an organization that represents companies in the simulation, training, and support services industry,“ said Mary Ann Hopkins, Parsons government group president.

Marion most recently served as the NTSA executive committee’s secretary.

The NTSA is the parent organization of the I/ITSEC and other events sponsored by the National Defense Industrial Association.

Parsons will showcase its modeling and simulation capabilities and its training and training support systems services at I/ITSEC.

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