MCLEAN, Va.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Alion Science and Technology, an engineering, technology and operational solutions company, today announced that G. Maliek Ferebee has joined the company as Chief Human Resource Officer. In this role, he will oversee the development of a rapidly growing, diverse workforce of technical and operational experts.
“Maliek brings a fresh perspective to Alion at a time when we are poised for exceptional growth”
Prior to joining Alion, Mr. Ferebee was Corporate Vice President, Human Resources with AECOM, where he led international organizations supporting key solutions and services business areas across that company. Before that, he fulfilled HR leadership roles at companies that include QinetiQ North America, Analex, and McNeil Technologies.
“Maliek brings a fresh perspective to Alion at a time when we are poised for exceptional growth,” said Bruce Samuelsen, Chief Operating Officer of Alion. “His expertise in organizational development and workforce planning will help us update and enhance our approach to employee relations in transformative ways. He is a great addition to our management team, and I look forward to his input and counsel.”
A certified senior professional in human resources (SPHR), Mr. Ferebee holds an MBA with a concentration in Human Resource Management and a BA in Philosophy. In addition, he holds a certificate in Executive Development from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton Business School.
About Alion Science and Technology
Alion Science and Technology Corporation delivers advanced engineering, technology and operational solutions to strengthen national security. For customers in defense, civilian government and commercial industries, Alion’s rapid engineered solutions support smarter decision-making and enhanced readiness in quickly-changing environments. Building on 80 years of innovation, Alion turns obstacles into opportunities to help customers achieve their missions. Alion employees are located at offices, customer sites and laboratories worldwide. For more information, visit www.alionscience.com.