MCLEAN, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A-TEK, Inc. announced today that long-time employee, Stephanie Cumberbatch, has been promoted to Executive Vice President. With over 18 years of federal government contracting experience, Stephanie has been a key member of A-TEK’s leadership team for the last 11 years. She has honed her skills and uniquely leveraged her depth of experience to aid A-TEK’s strategic growth initiatives and new service offerings in the areas of Health IT, Analytics, Cyber, and Facilities Optimization.
As Executive Vice President, Stephanie will be responsible for the oversight, strategy development, and execution of A-TEK programs that support federal health and science missions. Her focus will be on scaling the company’s offerings to align with customer needs; enabling technology and solutions that drive customer missions; and ensuring the availability and delivery of accurate, real-time data required by the customer to make strategic program decisions.
“Stephanie has a strong reputation for building relationships with A-TEK’s stakeholders, including its customers, employees and industry partners to align with A-TEK’s strategic direction and business goals. She has proven her commitment to the organization and has consistently taken on increased responsibility as the company has grown. I am thrilled with her promotion and look forward to working with her in her new role. We will continue to leverage her vast capabilities and experience to further aid the company’s strategic posture as a growing small business,” stated A-TEK’s President and CEO, Kathryn Freeland.
Headquartered in McLean, VA, A-TEK is comprised of a team of experts in managing the data that drives federal missions. A woman-owned small business with 17 locations nationwide, we’re a 21-year partner to U.S. government agencies including the NIH National Library of Medicine, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, and the Department of Commerce. We deliver science and IT services and solutions across a myriad of government mission areas including public health, law enforcement, national security, environmental, and science.