Mark rejoined AAC in April 2019 after spending 3+ years as the President/CEO of Automation Technologies Inc. (ATI). As President, Mark is responsible for setting and executing the strategic direction for AAC as well as driving the company’s growth. Mark is a 30+-year veteran of the Federal IT industry in the Civilian, Defense and Intelligence sectors. Prior to his tenure at ATI, Mark was Vice President of Operations at AAC for 10+ years leading both Civilian and DoD programs.
Mark graduated from Radford University with a B.S. in Business Management. He attended the Executive Program for Strategy and Organization at Stanford University as well as courses in Capture and Proposal Management from Shipley Associates. Mark is ITIL v3 Foundations certified.
Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
Yvonne joined AAC in 1986 as one of only 15 employees, and has since proved instrumental to the growth and stability of the company. Responsible for all administrative functions, including finance, accounting, legal and human resources, Yvonne develops organizational and financial policy, evaluates business plans and contingencies, and provides oversight on contracts. Working closely with the rest of the executive team, Yvonne is proud of improving the overall financial and operational efficiency of the company. Yvonne attended Auburn University and has a BS in Accounting from Canal Zone College.
Vice President, Information Systems & CIO/CTO
As CIO/CTO, Ugur is responsible for providing technological direction, strategic leadership and expert advice to AAC and its customers. Ugur’s pragmatic and hands-on approach results in consistently high quality, best-value, well-timed solutions for customers. With Ugur’s guidance, AAC has helped federal agencies adopt new technologies and processes, reduce capital and service delivery expenses and optimize entire IT environments.
Ugur spearheaded and continues to lead AAC’s Process Improvement and IT Service Management groups. His team ensured that AAC met the demanding ISO 20000 criteria for IT Service Management. Completing his graduate studies in computer science at the George Washington University before joining AAC in 1984.
Vice President, Federal Civilian and Health IT
Rob joined AAC in 2014 and is responsible for the operations and growth of AAC’s Federal Civilian and Health IT business area. He brings a strong competency and commitment of consistent service delivery and customer satisfaction to each of our customers.
Rob has over 28 years of operational and financial experience in the Federal Civilian and Health IT sectors. He specializes in the development of business solutions to meet the unique needs of each customer. Prior to his current role with AAC, he held executive, operational, and financial positions with CSC, DynCorp, and GTE.
Rob received his B.S. and M.B.A. (Finance) from Virginia Tech.