Executive Profile: Wayne Wilkinson, WBB CFO

Wayne Wilkinson
Wayne Wilkinson

Wayne Wilkinson is the chief financial officer at WBB and brings two decades of financial management, strategic planning and business operations experience to his position.

He joined the company in June 2013 after service as president and CEO at Nedac, a consulting services provider to small and midsize government contractors.

Wilkinson also held positions at multiple companies that specialize in defense, intelligence and data analytics technologies.

He has also served on the advisory boards of Arrowpoint, Information Experts and Dozier Technology and is a member of the Potomac Officers Club, AFCEA International, Professional Services Council, National Security Alliance, Association for Corporate Growth and ExecutiveBiz’ 4×24 Cyber Group.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University and an MBA degree from Marymount University.

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