“Karl Nell brings to ENSCO a unique blend of technology leadership, executive management, business acumen, and program execution ability coupled with diverse experience across the national security field,” stated Boris Nejikovsky, President of ENSCO.
Falls Church, Virginia (PRWEB) April 21, 2015
ENSCO, Inc., is pleased to announce the appointment of Karl E. Nell as Vice President of the National Security Solutions (NSS) Division. Mr. Nell will lead the division in offering a multi-disciplinary approach to solving technical challenges in sensor development and integration; chemical, biological and geophysical phenomenology; software applications and modeling; and operational applications of technology including systems engineering, systems development and fielding of turnkey operationally deployed systems.
“Karl Nell brings to ENSCO a unique blend of technology leadership, executive management, business acumen, and program execution coupled with diverse experience across the national security field,” stated Boris Nejikovsky, President of ENSCO. “We look forward to working with him as he charts a course to move the division forward, providing new exciting opportunities for the company.”
Mr. Nell has 25 years of progressive technology and organizational leadership in top tier firms, such as Bell Telephone Laboratories, Lockheed Martin Missiles and Space, TASC and CACI. His wide-ranging experience and knowledge in the intelligence community and in mission-critical applications includes significant work with DIA, NRO, DTRA, DARPA, NGA and NGIC, including MASINT work for the CIA. He also has experience developing commercial business adjacencies with startups, such as the former TerreStar Networks Inc.
Mr. Nell has an ongoing career in the U.S. Army, first as an active duty officer and later in the U.S. Army Reserve. Most recently, as Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategic Planning, he advised the executive steering committee of the U.S. Army Reserve in the largest re-structuring since 9/11 and inauguration of the "gold standard" for multi-echelon, multi-functional combat support training within the U.S. Army.
Mr. Nell holds several degrees: a master’s degree in Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College, a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Boston University, a master certificate in computer science engineering from the U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. He is PMP certified and a published author.