Ultra Intelligence & Communications has announced the appointment of Amanda Rudolph as its new vice president of marketing and communications whose role includes brand messaging, digital marketing and public relations.
Chris Bishop, Ultra I&C’s chief growth officer and a 4×24 member, said Rudolph’s appointment affirms the company’s “commitment to innovative and strategic leadership,” citing her capability in building brand presence. Rudolph was previously the marketing communications director of BAE Systems, where she also held other positions, Ultra I&C said.
According to Rudolph’s LinkedIn profile, she also previously worked for more than four years at Raytheon Missile Systems, where she served as senior manager for integrated external communications and public relations manager.
Before working for private companies in the defense industry sector, Rudolph was engaged in strategic communications for the Army Strategy, Plans and Policy Directorate.
She has a master’s degree in public relations and corporate communications from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree in integrated marketing communications from Duquesne University.