Gretchen Idsinga Appointed President of Avineon's Federal Sector

Gretchen Idsinga
Gretchen Idsinga

Gretchen Idsinga, a 12-year sales and operations leadership veteran, has been named president at Avineon's U.S. federal segment.

She brings her federal government background in managing Avineon's federal group under her new role, the company said Tuesday.

Idsinga currently serves as an independent board member at Red Gate Group. She also worked at CACI International as a corporate senior business development executive and at Calibre Systems as senior vice president of growth operations.

“Her professional background makes her ideally suited to lead our Federal division into a new decade,“ said Karlu Rambhala, CEO at Avineon.

Idsinga served as an intelligence officer at the U.S. Air Force for 20 years.

Avineon offers engineering support, information technology, geospatial and enterprise services.

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