PAE Business Devt VP Darryle Conway Elected to International Stability Operations Association Board

Darryle Conway
Darryle Conway

Darryle Conway, vice president of business development for global logistics and stability operations business unit at PAE, has joined the International Stability Operations Association’s board of directors.

ISOA is a partnership of nongovernmental organizations and private sector and provides assistance to members through partnerships, business development efforts and advancement of regulations that seek to facilitate service delivery in fragile environments.

“We are proud to have been one of the founding members of ISOA in 2001, and I look forward to sharing our perspective with the broader stability operations community,” Conway said in a statement released Wednesday.

Conway joined PAE in 2011 after serving as a business development executive at Raytheon, where he oversaw security technology offerings within the company’s technical services unit.

Prior to Raytheon, he also held senior business development and program management positions at Science Applications International Corp.

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