BayFirst Solutions LLC Announces Leadership Team Promotions
WASHINGTON, DC, April 28, 2015 – BayFirst Solutions, LLC, a homeland security and defense consulting firm, is pleased to announce two members of its leadership team – Jim Fagan and Tommey Meyers – have been promoted to the executive suite. The series of appointments reflects the company’s philosophy of promoting leaders from within, and come as the company deepens its position in the Homeland Security and Defense market for their second decade.
Jim Fagan, in his new role as Senior Vice President of Operations, will grow the company’s business in Network Engineering and Cybersecurity, as well as Strategic Planning and Acquisitions. He will continue to lead BayFirst’s programmatic and technical consulting services within the Department of Homeland Security as he’s done for the past 10 years. Fagan oversees all company operations, including human resources, facilities, IT and security.
Newly appointed Senior Vice President of Client Services, Tommey Meyers, has led BayFirst’s team of risk and security management and logistics professionals for the past 9 years. Meyers will focus on growth areas in Aviation and Marine Engineering, Security Risk Management and Analytics and Integrated Logistics Modernization. He leads the company’s client services, which include client delivery, business management and implementing growth strategies.
“I want to make BayFirst the professional services firm of choice by our clients and employees. Promoting Jim and Tommey into the executive suite will continue our strategy for success as we look towards future growth,” said CEO Kevin Gooch.
About BayFirst Solutions, LLC: BayFirst Solutions is a homeland security and defense consulting firm founded in 2002 and based in Washington, DC, with offices in Baltimore, MD, and Elizabeth City, NC. Serving both the public and private sectors, BayFirst specializes in helping organizations make key decisions on strategy, operations, technology and personnel. BayFirst was voted a 2014 Top Work Place by the Washington Post.
To learn more, visit www.bayfirst.com.