Theodora Petrakis Joins SeKON as Strategy, Business Development VP

Theodora Petrakis Joins SeKON as Strategy, Business Development VP - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Theodora Petrakis, a nearly 30-year veteran operations and marketing professional, has been named vice president of strategy and business development operations at management and technology consulting firm SeKON Enterprise.

She will oversee the business development life cycle process for SeKON's proposal and pursuit efforts, as well as help grow its business relationships and opportunities within the government health information technology market, SeKON said Tuesday.

Her three-decade corporate career includes leadership roles at Dovel Technologies, SciMetrika, CACI International, Emergint Technologies and High Performance Technologies Inc.

Reston, Va.-based SeKON offers advisory support to defense and civilian agencies on cybersecurity, data intelligence, enterprise and business matters.

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