Mary Faccone, Laura Meitz, Susan Miller Named to Leadership Roles at TechFlow

Jeff Brody

TechFlow has named three executives to oversee the company’s contracts and business development and human resources functions.

Mary Faccone, a 20-year commercial and government contracting veteran, has been appointed director of contracts, the company said Thursday.

Prior to her appointment, Faccone served as vice president of contracts at L3 Technologies prior to its merger with Harris and worked at Thales as director of legal and contracts.

Laura Meitz, formerly program manager and business development lead at AASKI Technology, has been named director of business development. She brings more than 10 years of capture and proposal management experience with government and Department of Defense clients to her new role.

Susan Miller, former partner and senior consultant at HR Strategy Solutions, has been appointed head of human resources. Before her previous capacity, Miller also led human resources at Brain Corp. and Meru Networks.

TechFlow noted the appointments came after the company reached over $1B in contracts from government agencies including the General Services Administration and the Transportation Security Administration.

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