SN3 names Gerald Boyd vice president of Business Development.

Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) recently promoted Gerald Boyd to vice president of Business Development within its Stoller Newport News Nuclear (SN3) subsidiary.
Boyd, who currently serves as the company’s vice president of Southeast Operations, will be responsible for discovering new investment leads and coordinating teaming activities that support SN3’s expanded objectives within the Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Defense, and other federal government agencies and commercial markets.  
"Gerald brings a wealth of knowledge regarding the DOE's science, environmental management, nuclear fuel supply and national security programs," SN3 President Nick Lombard said. "We look forward to the benefit of his experience and leadership in further developing SN3's strategic growth."
Boyd joined SN3—then the S.M. Stoller Corp.—in 2011, chiefly managing the company's office in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.  
Founded in 1959, the S.M. Stoller Corp. provides an assortment of environmental, waste management, remediation and ecological services to the government and private sector companies.
In January 2014, the S.M. Stoller Corp. was acquired and combined with HII's Newport News Nuclear subsidiary to create SN3, a full-service nuclear operations and environmental services company operating under the Newport News Shipbuilding division.
Newport News Shipbuilding builds U.S. Navy aircraft carriers and submarines while also providing aftermarket services for both. The company became a division of Huntington Ingalls in 2011 after being a part of Northrop Grumman since 2001.
Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) recently promoted Gerald Boyd to vice president of Business Development within its Stoller Newport News Nuclear (SN3) subsidiary.
Boyd, who currently serves as the company’s vice president of Southeast Operations, will be responsible for discovering new investment leads and coordinating teaming activities that support SN3’s expanded objectives within the Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Defense, and other federal government agencies and commercial markets.  
"Gerald brings a wealth of knowledge regarding the DOE's science, environmental management, nuclear fuel supply and national security programs," SN3 President Nick Lombard said. "We look forward to the benefit of his experience and leadership in further developing SN3's strategic growth."
Boyd joined SN3—then the S.M. Stoller Corp.—in 2011, chiefly managing the company's office in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.  
Founded in 1959, the S.M. Stoller Corp. provides an assortment of environmental, waste management, remediation and ecological services to the government and private sector companies.
In January 2014, the S.M. Stoller Corp. was acquired and combined with HII's Newport News Nuclear subsidiary to create SN3, a full-service nuclear operations and environmental services company operating under the Newport News Shipbuilding division.
Newport News Shipbuilding builds U.S. Navy aircraft carriers and submarines while also providing aftermarket services for both. The company became a division of Huntington Ingalls in 2011 after being a part of Northrop Grumman since 2001.

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