Apogen changes leaders

Todd Stottlemyer, chief executive officer at Apogen Technologies, is leaving the company, and Paul Leslie, the company's president, will replace him.

Stottlemyer is joining the National Federation of Independent Businesses as president and CEO, according to an Apogen statement released today.

Apogen is a wholly owned subsidiary of QinetiQ North America, the U.S. arm of the United Kingdom-based QinetiQ, which acquired Apogen earlier this year. QinetiQ is a global defense technology and security company.

“Paul is a tremendous operational leader and his skills will serve both Apogen and QinetiQ well as we look toward building on the strengths of both organizations to better serve the mission critical needs of our government customers,” said Phil Odeen, CEO of QinetiQ North America and chairman of Apogen, in a prepared statement.


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