DynCorp’s Gregory Nixon Recognized for Corporate Legal Leadership; George Krivo Comments

Gregory Nixon

Gregory Nixon, chief administrative officer and chief legal officer at DynCorp International, has been named to Savoy Magazine’s 2018 list of top influential African-American lawyers.

Nixon is one of the lawyers named to the magazine’s 2018 Most Influential Black Lawyers list and who were acknowledged for their legal expertise and leadership, DynCorp said Monday.

George Krivo

DynCorp CEO George Krivo said the company congratulates Nixon on the recognition and is pleased to have him as a leader.

Nixon also serves as corporate secretary at DynCorp and is responsible for legal, compliance, contracts, procurement, crisis management, security, human resources and export control functions.

He served in the U.S. Air Force as a commissioned officer and held senior leadership roles at several companies such as CH2M, Booz Allen Hamilton, McKinsey & Co. and Cerberus Capital Management’s operations and advisory arm.

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