MaryAnn Hoadley Named Isobar Federal Business Dev’t SVP

MaryAnn Hoadley, a more than three-decade information technology veteran, has been appointed senior vice president of federal business development at digital services company Isobar, G2Xchange ETC reported Monday.

She joins Isobar from Koniag Government Services, where she served as SVP of busines development and led the Chantilly, Virginia-based contractor's growth efforts in the public sector market.

Hoadley previously held senior leadership roles at Subsystem Technologies, Acentia, NetStar, Aviel Systems, Ciber and CHM Inc.

Isobar offers digital marketing and communications, ecosystems and commerce, products and services and transformation consulting services intended to help clients transform business processes.

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