Leidos’ Roger Krone, Jim Reagan, Kelly Hernandez Included in Magazine’s 2018 All-America Executive Team

Roger Krone

Roger Krone, chairman and CEO of Leidos, and two other company executives have been named to the Institutional Investor magazine’s 2018 All-America Executive Team.

Krone landed a spot in the top three for Best CEO within the aerospace and defense electronics midcap category under the list’s capital goods and industrial sector, Leidos said Wednesday.

Leidos Chief Financial Officer Jim Reagan and Kelly Hernandez, senior vice president for investor relations at Leidos, also secured spots in the top three for Best CFO and Best IR Professional in the same category.

Krone said the recognition seeks to reflect the dedication of Leidos employees and the company’s commitment to ensure transparent communications with the investment community.

The 2018 rankings reflect the views of at least 4,000 investment professionals at approximately 1,200 financial services companies.

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