William J. Weber
President and CEO

William J. (Bill) Weber is KEYW’s President and Chief Executive Officer. He brings more than 25 years of experience building leading technology and solutions organizations and addressing the changing needs of customers in both the private and public sectors to KEYW. In these endeavors, his tenure has been marked by growth and maturity of the organization. From March 2012 to September 2015, he served as President and Chief Operating Officer of XLA, a private equity-backed federal government services and software company focused in the areas of national security, diplomacy, and nation building.

Prior to XLA, he served as President of Kaseman, a private equity-backed government-focused professional services firm and Senior Vice President at GTSI Corporation, a leading IT provider to the U.S. Government, where he oversaw the creation and development of a professional services business that eventually accounted for a quarter of the company's revenue and one third of its profit. He has held senior executive positions with McData, CNT Corporation, Inrange Technologies, International Network Services, and AT&T, all focused around solutions creation and growth.

Bill has a Bachelor of Science from Washington University and is a graduate of The Executive Program at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business. He is a former U.S. Army's Signal Corps officer and an Airborne Ranger.

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Mark A. Willard
Chief Operating Officer

Mark A. Willard has served as the Chief Impact Officer of KEYW since its founding in August of 2008. In this position, he has played a key role in developing a strong operations team. In his current role he is responsible for ensuring that the goals for revenue and profit are met and assists the CEO in formulating current and long-range plans, objectives and policies. He provides leadership to senior management related to organization, business development and financial management and ensures a clarity of objectives and focus for senior managers and operations personnel. He has over 30 years of multi disciplined management experience related to systems development, operation and life cycle support. Mr. Willard has played a key role in building an engineering capability from the ground up at four companies focused on supporting the Intelligence Community. After eight years of military service he joined ManTech and served as the Vice President of Columbia, MD Operations, responsible for building the company from 30 to over 300 personnel providing engineering services to the National Security Agency. He transitioned to Windermere in 1998. As one of Windermere's first employees, he helped build a well established engineering development and systems integration company. Windermere was acquired by Essex Corporation in 2005 and Mr. Willard remained at the company and served as the Vice President of the Engineering & Technology Sector. When Essex Corporation was acquired by Northrop Grumman, Mr. Willard continued to build the Engineering & Technology Sector and was responsible for over 400 personnel providing services to the major Intelligence Community agencies, as well as special military. Mr. Willard served at Northrop Grumman in this capacity until his employment with KEYW in 2008. Mr. Willard has a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Sciences and has completed coursework toward a Master of Science degree in Technology Management at the University of Maryland, University College. He proudly raised 3 daughters on lessons learned from Seinfeld episodes, and is looking forward to opening our first warm climate ocean-front office someday.

Phil L. Calamia
Chief Financial Officer

Phil Calamia, joined KEYW in December 2013 as the VP, Finance and Administration for Hexis Cyber Solutions and assumed the role as the Chief Financial Officer of KEYW in March 2014. Mr. Calamia is responsible for all accounting and finance activities for our Government and Commercial businesses, DCAA cost structures and compliance, treasury management, and budgeting. Phil draws on a wide range of experience with growth oriented technology companies having worked with startup / venture backed companies as well as publicly traded companies.

Prior to KEYW, Phil was Chief Financial Officer of AuthenTec, Inc. (NASDAQ:AUTH), which was acquired by Apple. AuthenTec provided security solutions focused on secure networking, content and data protection, access control and strong fingerprint security on mobile devices and PCs. While at AuthenTec, Phil helped drive change to the business operations resulting in topline growth and breakeven EBITDA.

AuthenTec realized significant growth in its market capitalization as a result of the improvements to the business culminating in the sale to Apple, which delivered a substantial premium to the shareholders.

Prior to AuthenTec, Phil was Managing Partner of CFO Navigator, a boutique management-consulting firm assisting management teams and investors in building sustainable enterprise value with a focus on enhancing performance by uncovering previously unidentified opportunities. Previously, Phil led a successful IPO at US Interactive as its Chief Financial Officer and he had financial leadership roles at CDI Corporation, Maxwell Systems and Mediq.

Phil is a Certified Public Accountant (license status inactive) having started his career in public accounting.

Kimberly J. DeChello
Chief Administrative Officer and Secretary

Kimberly J. DeChello has served as the Chief Administrative Officer and Secretary of KEYW since its founding in 2008. Ms. DeChello is responsible for corporate administration, human resources, stock/stock option administration and assists with investor relations. Prior to this, she was the Chief Administrative Officer at Essex Corporation, which she joined in May 1987. At Essex she served in various administrative and management capacities. She was elected Vice President in December 2003, appointed Corporate Secretary in January 1998 and Chief Administrative Officer in November 1997. She served in these positions at Essex through July, 2008. Ms. DeChello received a Master of Science degree in Human Resources Management in 2000 from the University of Maryland. Ms. DeChello also holds an Associate of Arts degree in Accounting and a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice/Criminology from the University of Maryland. She enjoys dancing and bird watching. She participates in the Smithsonian's Neighborhood Nest Watch Program where she assists in catching, banding and data collection of birds in her backyard.

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