CTC, SAIC Vet Michael Genseal Joins TechFlow as Energy Solutions Business Senior Director

Michael Genseal

Michael Genseal, a former executive director at Concurrent Technologies Corp. and vice president at Science Applications International Corp., has been named senior director of the energy solutions business at technology and professional services provider TechFlow.

The 35-year energy business development and management veteran will be responsible for overseeing the unit’s business activities and functions in his new position, TechFlow said Monday.

He most recently served as vice president and managing director at Archetype USA with responsibility over the consulting and advisory firm’s contracts with the U.S. Army‘s energy initiatives office and the U.S. Air Force‘s energy assurance office.

Genseal also previously worked as a senior vice president at Pace Global Energy Services and energy management director at Chevron‘s energy solutions unit and national manager of electrical engineering at Pacific Gas and Electric‘s energy services unit.

He is a member of the Society of American Military Engineers and has authored and taught an energy advocate program backed by the Association of Energy Engineers.

San Diego, California-based TechFlow offers digital IT services, professional engineering and scientific research and development services to government customers.

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