Both executives are examples of the type of leaders that play critical roles in managing the most complex challenges for our public sector clients, said Rob Franklin, president of Public Services at MorganFranklin
McLean, VA (PRWEB) June 8, 2010
MorganFranklin Corporation, a business and technology solutions provider to government and business leaders on high-stakes financial, operations, and IT issues, announced today the promotions of Colonel (Retired) Howard I. Cohen and Robert Blake to Managing Director in the public sector business unit.
Cohen will serve as Managing Director in MorganFranklin’s Technology Solutions group. In this role, he will continue to provide technical leadership as well as support strategic planning and business development growth.
Prior to joining MorganFranklin in 2007, Cohen served as Commander of the White House Communications Agency (WHCA). He possesses more than 27 years of distinguished service in the United States Army, and his decorated career includes service as Commander of the 35th Signal Brigade (Airborne) in support of the XVIII Airborne Corps at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. Cohen commanded at many levels including platoon, detachment, company, battalion, squadron, and brigade. He also served as Battalion Signal Officer, Operations Officer, Deputy Inspector General, and Battalion Executive Officer.
As Managing Director of Systems Integration Solutions and Maintenance Management and Support Services, Blake will provide additional leadership in the areas of high-end fixed, mobile, and transportable communications and IT systems. He will also provide maintenance and maintenance management services for a wide spectrum of communications and IT projects.
With more than 18 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, Blake will be responsible for practice development, strategic planning, and business development growth.
“Both Howie and Rob have proven track records of success and integrity, and offer an unprecedented level of talent and expertise in their respective areas within the public sector business unit,” said Rob Franklin, president of public services at MorganFranklin. “Both executives are examples of the type of leaders that play critical roles in managing the most complex challenges for our public sector clients.”
Business and government leaders look to MorganFranklin when faced with high-stakes financial, operations, and IT challenges. Our teams combine expertise in accounting and finance, operations and management, advanced technology, and systems with track records of performance in complex environments. The company serves a global client base from offices in Washington, D.C., Chicago, Phoenix, and London. Learn more at http://www.morganfranklin.com.