Leadership Team

Christine MatthewsAs President, Christine Matthews has full responsibility and authority for SGT’s business and technical operations, which encompass all customer programs. She previously led SGT’s portfolio diversification and growth strategy and served as Sr. Vice President of the Civilian business unit, responsible for the capture and successful execution of SGT’s Civilian programs. Ms. Matthews is an exceptional leader with more than 38 years of technical and managerial leadership experience. Prior to joining SGT, Ms. Matthews served as Client Executive and Vice President in CSC’s North American Public Sector where she led large key programs for EPA, ED, PBGC and NASA. Ms. Matthews is an Associate Fellow and member of The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. She earned an M.S. in Operations Research from The College of William and Mary and a B.A. in Mathematics from The College of St. Rose. She is a certified Project Management Professional.

Dave WoltDave Wolt is a seasoned business leader with over 35 years of Technical and Managerial leadership experience. Mr. Wolt’s experience includes management of Engineering Service Contracts for NASA, development of life-critical air traffic control equipment for the FAA and aviation administrations around the globe, production of military airborne avionics and ground communications equipment for the DoD and satellite ground systems for national agency customers.

In Mr. Wolt’s current position as the Executive Vice President of the Engineering, Science and Operations Business Unit, he has full responsibility and authority for the successful execution of our government contracts.

Prior to joining SGT, Mr. Wolt worked for Litton Industries (later acquired by Northrop Grumman Corporation) for a period of 25 years, rising to the leadership position overseeing a group consisting of two diverse P&L centers (Denro Systems and SATCOM Systems). Denro Systems provides voice communications systems for worldwide critical defense and aviation applications including 24×7 O&M contracts. SATCOM Systems was responsible for designing, manufacturing, installing, and providing world-wide field support of SATCOM ground terminals ranging from small VSAT terminals up to major hubs with 11+ meter antennas. This work was at the TSC/SCI level.

Mr. Wolt’s formal education includes an M.B.A. from American Graduate University, a B.S.E.E. from the Polytechnic Institute of New York, and numerous executive training programs at the Smith School of Business, Harvard Business School, and the Center for Creative Leadership.

 

Joe MorwayAs Chief Financial Officer, Joe Morway oversees financial planning, corporate accounting and reporting, tax, treasury, business management, business systems, and earned value management. He has over 20 years of management experience in business finance. After earning an M.B.A. in Finance from the Florida Institute of Technology, he worked as a management consultant at KPMG Peat Marwick. Following KPMG, he was the Controller at Dynamics Systems, Inc., and later joined the Andrulis Corporation as CFO and Vice President of Finance and Administration. Mr. Morway has specific expertise in strategic planning, funding growth companies, treasury management/financial management, creating financial control processes, planning and implementing mergers and acquisitions, and leading corporate infrastructure organizations.

Joe MorwayDr. Terry Tarbell is Executive Vice President of Business Development. In this role Dr. Tarbell is responsible for business development and capture management for NASA and DOD programs. He has 15+ years experience in marketing and capture management, winning over $5 billion in new business. As Capture Manager at SGT, led wins on JSC IMOC II, ISRDS2 at Ames, OMES and GGSG at Goddard, and ESC at KSC. Dr. Tarbell developed and taught BD and Capture Manager training courses for SGT employees and invited small business participants. Over the last 12 years he and his collegues have taught over 1,600 students. His experience also includes assignments as a Program Manager and Systems Engineer. He served 24 years in US Air Force in a wide variety of assignments. Dr. Tarbell was elected a Fellow of the American Meteorological Society and a Centennial Fellow by the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University. His education includes Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Meteorology from The Pennsylvania State University and a B.S. degree in Chemistry from The University of New Hampshire.

Charlie GoorevichCharlie Goorevich has over 30 years of experience in providing federal mission-specific science and engineering services. He delivers solutions that encompass development and integration of large and complex mission systems involving all aspects of Information Technology.

As the Chief Strategy Officer, Mr. Gooverich works closely with the SGT President and Business Development to establish the company’s strategic direction. His work with the SGT Business units to focus that strategy on future opportunities ensures that SGT maintains a competitive position in the marketplace. As the Business Unit GWAC/MAC EVP, Mr. Gooverich is responsible for supporting diversification through growing and running our GWAC center and winning and performing on Multiple Award Contracts (MACs) across the federal government.

Mr. Gooverich came to SGT from Perot Systems Government Services (PSGS), where he was the Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Science and Technology Division. He held profit and loss responsibility for over 800 employees and $128,000,000 of annual work supporting three agencies, NASA, NOAA, and DOE. PSGS was acquired from QSS Inc. where Mr. Gooverich, as a VP of Business Development, directed new business focusing on Army and government-wide acquisition contracts (GWACs) for Department of Homeland Security and government services administration.

Prior to joining QSS, Mr. Gooverich held senior-level positions at Computer Sciences Corporation — including managing the day-to-day operations of a 1,000 person organization with annual revenue of $220M. At CSC, He also provided leadership in all aspects of new business development — and served as Capture Manager on several of the company’s largest opportunities. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering.

Jim-KingJim King has more than 30 years experience providing mission oriented Scientific, regulatory and information technology support to federal civilian customers including EPA, USDA, NOAA, USGS, DOE and DHS.
In Mr. King’s current position as the Senior Vice President of the Civil Business Unit he has responsibility and authority for the successful execution of SGT’s civilian programs for DOI, DOT, NOAA and PBGC. He is also leading SGT’s portfolio diversification and growth strategy for the Federal Civilian market. Mr. King has been with SGT since 2011 previously serving as Vice President for Business Development.
Previously Mr. King was with CSC for 8 years where he was a Business Development Executive and a Senior Director responsible for Federal Civilian business. Prior to that he was with DynCorp for 11 years and Viar and Company for 9 years where he held various program management and technical positions. He holds a B.S. in Biology from St. Mary’s College of Maryland.

 

Shelley_JohnsonAs Chief of Staff and Chief Human Resources Officer, Shelley Johnson provides senior leadership across a 2,500+ organization in the area of Human Resources, Corporate Communications, Ethics, Strategic Planning, Quality, Safety and IT. In addition to these organizational roles, Mrs. Johnson leads the company contract transition activity, ensuring successful contract operations on day one.

Prior to joining SGT, she held several roles with both government contractors and private companies. Roles included Program Management, Corporate Development, Marketing, and Strategic Partnerships.

Mrs. Johnson’s formal education includes a M.S. in Space Studies from the University of North Dakota and a B.S. degree in Aerospace Studies from the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.