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Huntsville’s enVention welcomes new executive advisor

HUNTSVILLE — EnVention recently welcomed John Jordan to their team as a key executive advisor.

Jordan will help guide the company through its next expansion phase by drawing upon his 35-plus years of leadership experience in fast-growing companies and a technical career focused largely on weapons system support and analysis.

John Jordan (Photo: H/MC Chamber of Commerce)

Jordan holds a Master of Management Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master of Science in Systems Engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He completed his undergraduate work at Vanderbilt University with double majors in electrical engineering and computer science.

Before accepting this new advisory role, Jordan served as a senior vice president overseeing operations of the KBRwyle Engineering Business Unit with 3,000 employees in 35 locations nationwide. Prior to that, he served as the CAS Group President and led KBRwyle’s business in Huntsville with more than 1,000 employees supporting a broad range of federal, commercial and international customers. He is well known in the defense community as a long time CAS Inc. executive who participated in several corporate acquisitions. Jordan has also served on the board of directors for the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce.

“We’re excited to welcome John Jordan to the enVention family,” said Tina Barnes, co-founder of enVention. “David (Ramsden) and I have known John for many years and have admired his many career achievements. John shares our corporate values and dedication to the warfighters that we support. We’re confident that his leadership and knowledge will contribute to the success of the company and look forward to enVention’s future with John on our team.”

David Ramsden, enVention co-founder, echoed Barnes’ sentiments.

“Tina and I are highly confident that John Jordan will help us continue the momentum that our team has built over the past nine years,” Ramsden said. “There are few people with his track record, depth of knowledge and experience in our core markets. John’s input and guidance are crucial to our strategic growth plans for enVention. We’re fortunate to have him serving on our advisory board.”

EnVention specializes in the creation of warfighter automation solutions that include innovative technologies for defense planning, simulation framework and tactical data link processing and analysis. The privately held company, founded in 2010, provides an extensive set of solutions for Air and Missile Defense Planning, Situation Awareness/Understanding and Network-Centric Systems, including cyber threats. EnVention has been listed as an Inc. 5000 fastest-growing company for the past four years and has also been recognized over multiple years as a Best Places to Work winner by the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce.

For more information, visit en-vention.com.

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