Altamira Names Jonathan Moneymaker New President

A familiar face has taken the reins as president at Altamira Technologies Corp: Jonathan Moneymaker, chief strategy officer since 2014, was promoted after leading the company to double-digit growth for two years straight.

Moneymaker, who joined Altamira in 2014, has been crucial to numerous market initiatives, which helped the company cinch the 2017 title of GovCon Contractor of the Year ($75 million-$300 million). He has a track record of successfully growing and executing diverse portfolios of business with a focus on creating value across dynamic commercial and federal markets.

“It is incredibly humbling to have been asked to lead such an amazing organization,” Moneymaker told WashingtonExec. “I’m excited to integrate our vision of the evolving market and mission landscape, deep customer intimacy, and exceptional customer delivery that will accelerate success for Altamira and its partners for years to come.”

Moneymaker “unquestionably earned this position through the organic and acquisitive growth endeavors of the past few years,” said Mark HuYoung, managing partner and practice leader-investor, board and C-suite, of NorthWind Partners.

“He’s demonstrated the ability to develop and implement effective strategic and tactical initiatives that have positive material results across the business,” HuYoung told WashingtonExec. “Jonathan is an actively involved, credible leader that demonstrates the rare ability to leverage both right and left brain. It’s always a pleasure to see another young, energetic leader recognized for performance. It’s good for our industry.”

Before joining Altamira, Moneymaker served as general manager of Boeing’s Intelligence Systems Group business unit. He came to Boeing from Anonymizer, Inc., where he was vice president and led its merger with Abraxas Corp.

Moneymaker also served in Ocean Systems Engineering Corp SMART division, managing a C4ISR and Anti-Terrorism Force Protection portfolio. He participated in the acquisition of the company to Apogen Technologies.

In a statement, Altamira CEO Ted Davies said Moneymaker’s energy and leadership “are contagious and his commitment to both the national security mission and the success of our business is unmatched.”

“I look forward to continuing to work with Jonathan as we build Altamira and deliver world class services to the national security community,” Davies added.

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