Mission Essential Personnel Names Denise Rhea-Mckenzie Vice President for Capture Management

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Mission Essential Personnel announced today that Denise Rhea-Mckenzie has joined the company as Vice President for Capture Management. In this role, Ms. Rhea-Mckenzie will lead MEP’s efforts to win high-value government contracts. She will be part of MEP’s Global Growth Group, working from its Chantilly, VA office.

We’re very pleased to welcome Denise to MEP

Mission Essential Personnel, LLC (MEP) announced today that Denise Rhea-Mckenzie has joined the company as Vice President for Capture Management. In this role, Ms. Rhea-Mckenzie will lead MEP’s efforts to win high-value government contracts. She will be part of MEP’s Global Growth Group, working from its Chantilly, VA office.

“We’re very pleased to welcome Denise to MEP,” said MEP CEO Chris Taylor. “Her energy and experience will be huge assets as we grow our business in the language, intelligence support, and training & technical services markets.”

Ms. Rhea-Mckenzie comes to MEP from Leonie Industries, where she was Vice President for Business Development. Previously, she has held executive business development roles with Cyberspace Solutions, SAIC, Titan/L-3 and BTG.

“Denise is a proven manager with more than 25 years experience in government contracting in virtually every aspect of business development, including hundreds of competitive proposals for Federal, State and local procurements ranging in value from $5M to $16B,” said Peter Bloom, MEP’s Senior Vice President for Global Growth. “Adding Denise to our roster is a big win for MEP as we diversify into new markets.”

MEP is the U.S. Department of Defense’s leading provider of translators, interpreters and cultural advisors in Afghanistan, with more than 5,000 personnel in theater and hundreds more in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. MEP also provides intelligence support and training & technical services to the military, intelligence community and development organizations.

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