Constellis COO Paul Donahue Joins DC Police Foundation Board

Jeff Brody
Paul Donahue

Paul Donahue, chief operating officer of security and mission support company Constellis, has been appointed to the  Washington D.C. Police Foundation's board of directors.

He brings 25 years of industry experience to the foundation, which helps the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, D.C. implement policy initiatives and expand public safety awareness, Constellis said Wednesday.

The foundation works with individuals, businesses and professional communities to fund youth initiatives such as mentoring  programs and summer camps for at-risk teens. It also assists the police department with the procurement of technologies and equipment used for training. 

Donahue concurrently serves as president and CEO of Constellis' Centerra subsidiary.

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