Julie Ann Phinney Named Ensco’s Aerospace Sciences & Engineering Business Development Director

Julie Ann Phinney

Julie Ann Phinney, a senior business development executive at CACI International, has joined Ensco as a director.

Phinney will serve as business development director of Ensco’s aerospace sciences and engineering division, the company said Thursday.

“She is a seasoned business development professional and has spent a great deal of her career pursuing and working programs with many of our strategic customers,” said Kevin Pruett, the aerospace sciences and engineering division vice president.

She will head the development of the aerospace, aviation and meteorology sciences businesses for the company.

Phinney has held key leadership roles at L3 Technologies, DataPath, Harris and TRW.

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