Riva Announces SVP Promotions, Appointment as Part of Leadership Team Expansion

Riva Announces SVP Promotions, Appointment as Part of Leadership Team Expansion
Riva Solutions

Steve Loving and David Callner, vice presidents at Riva Solutions, have been promoted to senior VPs of corporate operations and technology solutions, respectively.

Aside from the promotions, Riva also announced the appointment of Randy Bloxsome, who holds more than 25 years of professional experience, as SVP of finance and accounting as part of company's leadership team expansion in response to major contract awards won in 2020, Riva said Wednesday.

Loving holds over two decades of business development experience, having formerly held managerial and executive roles at Focus Group Solutions, Indigo IT, IntelliDyne and Agilex Technologies, which is now part of  Accenture Federal Services. He also supported communications and data systems at the U.S. Marine Corps.

As SVP, Callner will help expand Riva's range of offered technologies, implement corporate technology practices and manage technical capture pursuits. He held the chief technology officer role at four companies: Daon Trusted Identity Services, Calnet and Obsidian Global. His career also includes technical leadership work at REI Systems and the former Raytheon company.

Meanwhile, Bloxsome will handle all aspects of Riva's accounting and finance as the head of the newly established, independent finance and accounting team. He previously served as Black Turtle Services' chief financial officer.

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