Elizabeth Huggins Named VSE Chief of Staff, Strategy VP

Elizabeth Huggins Named VSE Chief of Staff, Strategy VP - top government contractors - best government contracting event
Elizabeth Huggins, Chief of Staff & Corporate VP of Strategy

Elizabeth Huggins, co-founder of The Trivista Group, has joined Alexandria, Va.-based technical services contractor VSE as chief of staff and corporate vice president of strategy.

She brings to the role nearly two decades of experience in business development, strategic projects, communications and post-merger integrations in the defense and aerospace market, VSE said Thursday.

“Elizabeth is a trusted strategic partner with extensive experience identifying robust and sustainable growth strategies for global organizations,” said John Cuomo, president and CEO of VSE.

Huggins helped Trivista advance growth initiatives for aerospace companies and initiate supplier and client development programs during her tenure as managing partner.

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