December 3, 2015
McLean, VA – Allegheny Science & Technology (AST) has named Deanna Doan director, leading defense and intelligence programs. Doan will succeed George Spencer, who will remain with AST as executive vice president focused on the company’s strategic growth and emerging capability supporting Federal research, development and demonstration (RD&D) customers.
Doan brings nearly 20 years of corporate growth, program management, and organizational improvement experience to AST, as well as deep expertise in strategic planning, business transformation, and change management. Most recently, she led capture efforts for intelligence community programs at the Logistics Management Institute (LMI). Prior to that role, she served in a number of program management and customer delivery roles at Northrop Grumman and TASC, including advising senior intelligence community leaders on strategic planning, process improvement and communication initiatives.
Doan holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Virginia Tech and a master’s degree in Operations Research from George Mason University. She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Lean Six Sigma green belt.
Allegheny Science & Technology Corporation is one of America’s fastest-growing private, government services providers according to the Inc 500 and Washington Technology 2015 Fast 50; and an award winning, 8(a) SBA certified, small economically disadvantaged, women-owned management and technology solutions company offering a broad range of services to customers including systems engineering; portfolio and program management; applied science and technology; data analytics and engineering; and knowledge and performance management. AST has corporate operations in Tysons, VA and Bridgeport, WV; and offices in Washington, DC, Germantown, MD, Northern Virginia, Idaho Falls, ID, and Albuquerque, NM.