April Nadeau promoted to Sentar Senior Vice President of Navy, Marine Corps, and Health IT division.
Huntsville, AL – April 8, 2019 – Sentar, Inc. (Sentar), a Women-Owned Small Business specializing in advanced Cybersecurity and Intelligence services and technology, announced today Mrs. April Nadeau was recently promoted to Senior Vice President of Navy, Marine Corps, and Health IT. Prior to this promotion, she served as Sentar’s Vice President of Navy, Marine Corps, and Health IT for the past seven years in the company’s Charleston office. In her new role, she will provide leadership for an organization responsible for all aspects of corporate growth including opportunity identification and capture, acquiring and maintaining customer and partner relationships, and supporting proposal efforts.
This promotion is a reflection of the unprecedented growth the company, and her business unit in particular, has sustained since her hiring as Divisional Manager in 2012 and subsequent promotion to Vice President in 2016 where she was responsible for leading all NIWC (SPAWAR), DHA, VA, and Health IT programs for Sentar. Under her leadership Sentar has expanded its footprint to include an office presence in San Antonio, TX in an effort to strengthen and build relationships with major customers within Federal Health and other DoD communities, including the DHA.
“April’s skills, expertise and strong customer satisfaction focus have contributed to substantial growth and the consistent execution of our operational strategies,” said Bridget Abashian, president and CEO of Sentar. “She has worked tirelessly to develop and strengthen relationships at all levels of government and in our communities. Her leadership will continue to be integral to Sentar’s ongoing success.”
Under her leadership, the company has received recognitions including the FedHealthIT Innovation Award, ESGR “Above & Beyond” Award, 2017 SPAWAR Small Business of the Year (sole nominee), and “Best Places to Work in South Carolina” for two consecutive years. Individual recognitions include the FedHealth100 in 2018 and 2019 for her contributions to the advancement of the Federal Health IT Market.
“I am honored that Sentar senior management has shown their confidence in me and given me the opportunity to expand the Navy, Marine Corps, and HIT business unit,” said April Nadeau. “Sentar has been home to me for the past seven years I am excited to be part of the company’s future growth and am grateful for this incredible opportunity to help take Sentar to the next level.”
April is Vice President of the Charleston Defense Contractor Association and a member of Women in Defense, Palmetto Cyber Defense Challenge, Lean In, NDIA, Association of Old Crows and AFCEA. She received her BA in History from Tulane University.
Founded in 1990, Sentar is a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) providing advanced cybersecurity and Intel solutions and services that empower customers to securely leverage computing and network assets to their fullest potential. Sentar’s innovative cybersecurity technologies and services protect networks and host computer resources from cyber attackers and malicious insiders. Sentar has offices in Huntsville, Alabama; Charleston, South Carolina; Columbia, Maryland; and San Antonio, Texas. For more information, visit www.sentar.com.
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