Robert Stalick – Chief Executive Officer
William Todd – Chief Operating Officer
Jim O’Connor – Chief Financial Officer
David Williams – President, Advanced Medical Solutions
Tom Goodman – President, Advanced Technology Solutions
Mike Reynolds – Acting President, Global Mission Solutions
Frank Pandolfe – President, International Operations
William King – General Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer
Lynne Halbrooks – Chief Compliance Officer
Daniela Walrath – Senior Vice President, Human Resources
George Baker – Chief Information Security Officer
James Mehta – Chief Security Officer
Chief Executive Officer
As Caliburn’s Chief Executive Officer and Acting President of Engineering & Technology, Robert “Bob” Stalick oversees the company’s global business strategy and direction, leading a team of more than 7,000 employees who empower our government and commercial clients to excel. He is also responsible for leading efforts to grow the firm’s cybersecurity and information technology offerings. He joined the Caliburn team from Owl Cyber Defense, where he continues to serve as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Stalick brings more than 30 years of experience leading technology firms, including expertise in bringing technology products to market, from design to launch to direct sales activity. He previously served as CEO of Tresys Technology until its merger with Owl in 2019. Prior to that, Mr. Stalick was Chairman and CEO of Internosis, a Northern Virginia-based professional service and consulting firm, which he led from initial creation through a private equity-backed management buyout through a doubling in size, until it was acquired by EMC in 2006. He also worked for 20 years in government systems integration, including six years’ operating the U.S. Department of State’s Computer Security Laboratory. Mr. Stalick holds a B.A. in Economics from Yale University.
Chief Operating Officer
Ambassador William “Bill” E. Todd is Caliburn’s Chief Operating Officer. He joined Caliburn after a decorated career at the U.S. Department of State, most recently as Deputy Under Secretary for Management. Ambassador Todd focused on regional stability, trade, democratization, and counterterrorism as a U.S. Ambassador for both Cambodia and Brunei and held several other senior positions at the State Department. Specifically, he served as Coordinating Director of Development and Economic Affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul where, as part of his oversight of nonmilitary civilian operations in Afghanistan, he implemented and oversaw the largest foreign assistance program and budget in U.S. history. Prior to his service as Ambassador, he held other State Department leadership roles, including Acting Inspector General and Deputy Inspector General, as well as high-level positions in the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, working on issues of policing and counter-narcotics in some of the world’s most conflict-ridden countries, like Afghanistan, Iraq, and Colombia. Ambassador Todd holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Longwood College.
Chief Financial Officer
Jim O’Connor is the Chief Financial Officer of Caliburn and is responsible for the company’s overall business management function, which includes all financial operations and financial strategy activities. Most recently, Mr. O’Connor served as Vice President, Finance for Caliburn. Prior to joining Caliburn, he was Vice President, Finance & Corporate Development for another government services company. Previously, he spent seven years as a leveraged finance investment banker with Jefferies, where he led multiple transactions in the government services industry. Mr. O’Connor also held multiple roles within the business management team at Northrop Grumman, including program finance, pricing, financing planning and corporate development. Mr. O’Connor is a certified public accountant who holds a B.S. in Finance from the University of Maryland, College Park and an M.B.A. from the UCLA Anderson School of Management
President, Advanced Medical Solutions
As Caliburn’s President of Advanced Medical Solutions, David Williams is responsible for leading Caliburn’s strategic initiatives and business operations in global healthcare services, specialized medical solutions, and humanitarian response management. Mr. Williams’ 30 years of experience in healthcare and growth solutions includes executive and senior management roles, most recently as Conduent’s VP and General Manager for its healthcare division where he oversaw personnel, operations, strategy, and revenue for multiple business units. Prior to that, Mr. Williams led Xerox’s commercial healthcare segment, expanding its reach beyond North America. He began his career at McKesson Corporation, a Fortune 50 healthcare services and information technology company, where he spent 23 years, eventually serving as Vice President of Sales where he grew the revenue by double digits and directed the enhancement of sales methodologies to develop and retain the company’s customer base in the Northeast region. Mr. Williams earned his B.S. in Accounting from the University of Alabama and an Executive MBA from Emory University.
President, Advanced Technology Solutions
As Caliburn’s President of Advanced Technology Solutions, Tom Goodman is responsible for leading Caliburn’s strategy and growth in the development of solutions designed to support enterprise initiatives across the company’s customer base. This delivery of capabilities includes multi-tenancy cloud platforms to support customers in Global Missions and Advanced Medical businesses along with the development of new markets in artificial intelligence/machine learning, cyber analytics, and blockchain technology. Mr. Goodman’s decades of experience include executive and senior management roles with a number of aerospace and defense companies, focused on program management, product development, and business development. Mr. Goodman has authored several articles and has been a featured speaker at cyber industry events around the world, including the RSA Conference and NATO Information Assurance Symposium. He also served in the US Air Force and was deployed to the Middle East as a US Government civilian during Operation Desert Storm. Mr. Goodman is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), with an additional concentration as an Information Systems Security Management Professional (ISSMP), holds a B.S. in Information Systems Management from Capella University, and maintains an active U.S. DoD security clearance.
Acting President, Global Missions Solutions
Mike Reynolds is Caliburn’s Acting President of Global Mission Solutions (GMS). In this role, he oversees the Caliburn GMS portfolio of services which includes Risk Mitigation Services (RMS)/ Security; Logistics & Base Operations; Specialized Engineering and Construction; and Munitions and Environmental Remediation. With more than 35 years’ relevant experience, Mr. Reynolds joined Caliburn in 2020 as a program manager for risk management, supporting U.S. Department of State task orders in Erbil, Iraq and Mogadishu, Somalia, and was soon promoted to Senior Vice President of RMS. Prior to joining Caliburn, Mr. Reynolds’ roles included Vice President, Department of Defense Operations, and Program Manager for U.S. Department of State Security Forces at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. He also served as the Deputy Program Manager for U.S. Security Forces at the U.S. Embassy in Iraq. A United States Marine Corps veteran, Mr. Reynolds’ career includes 25 years in law enforcement with the City of Raleigh Police Department in North Carolina, where he retired with the rank of Captain as the Downtown District Commander. Mr. Reynolds holds a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice from Columbia Southern University and completed the Administrative Officer Management Program at North Carolina State University.
President, International Operations
As President of International Operations, Vice Admiral Frank Pandolfe, USN, Retired, is headquartered in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. In this role, he leads our international business development efforts and supports overseas programs in cyber defense, specialized construction, cost estimating, program management, medical services, logistics and security operations. While serving in United States Navy, Vice Admiral Pandolfe commanded a destroyer, destroyer squadron, aircraft carrier strike group, Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO, and the United States Sixth Fleet. Ashore, he served in the White House, United Nations, Joint Staff, and Navy Staff. Vice Admiral Pandolfe was the military’s lead strategist as the Director for Strategic Plans and Policy (J-5) on the Joint Staff. His final assignment was as the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s representative to the Secretary of State. Following his military career, Vice Admiral Pandolfe founded Pan Global Strategies, a consultancy specializing in strategic planning, risk assessment, and executive education. He serves on the boards of Michael Baker International, the Army Distaff Foundation at Knollwood, and the Naval Historical Foundation. He also teaches at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, R.I. Vice Admiral Pandolfe holds a B.S. from the United States Naval Academy and a Ph.D. from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, specializing in Public International Law and National Security Affairs.
General Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer
William King is Caliburn’s General Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer. Before joining the company, he served as General Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer of Applied Insight LLC, a provider of IT solutions to the U.S. federal government. Previous positions include working as Senior Counsel and Trust & Compliance Officer in IBM’s legal department, and General Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer at National Interest Security Company. Earlier in his career, Mr. King was at Athena Innovative Solutions, first as a consultant to the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and ultimately as Deputy General Counsel. Mr. King served as an officer in the United States Air Force Reserves and holds a B.A. degree in English literature from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and a J.D. from Seattle University School of Law.
Chief Compliance Officer
As Caliburn’s Chief Compliance Officer, Lynne Halbrooks reports directly to the Ethics Committee of the board of directors. Before joining Caliburn, she was a partner at Holland & Knight LLP, where she served on the firm’s Government Contracts and White Collar Defense and Investigations teams. Ms. Halbrooks has held several senior positions within the federal government, including General Counsel and later Principal Deputy Inspector General at the Department of Defense’s Office of Inspector General. During this time, she performed the duties of the Inspector General for nearly two years. Earlier in her career, Ms. Halbrooks was the General Counsel for the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction. She spent four years with the U.S. Senate Sergeant at Arms, first as General Counsel and then as Deputy Sergeant at Arms. Ms. Halbrooks holds a B.A. from the University of Minnesota and a J.D. from Marquette University Law School.
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Daniela Walrath is the Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Caliburn. Ms. Walrath is responsible for the successful execution of human capital strategy and oversees all the aspects of the human resources organization. She has more than 15 years of experience in human resources within the aerospace and defense and commercial IT industries. Ms. Walrath possesses strong expertise across all HR functional areas, including talent management, compensation, strategic human resource planning, talent acquisition, and organizational design. She has led transformation change resulting from mergers, acquisitions, and business restructuring to support business objectives. Previous positions include Senior Director of Human Resources with Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems, Human Resources Director with CSRA, Global Human Resources Director with CSC, and senior manager with Lockheed Martin. Ms. Walrath holds a B.S. in Business Management, Human Resources, and Labor Relations from the University of Maryland University College.
Chief Information Security Officer
George Baker leads Caliburn’s cybersecurity and information security programs as Chief Information Security Officer. He brings more than 25 years of experience in IT, information security, and complex systems implementation, including both in-house and consulting roles, with a focus on the government, financial services, healthcare, technology, and energy sectors. Notably, he held leadership positions overseeing the technical aspects of Raytheon’s international cyber security programs, as well as managing the company’s information security consulting services in the Middle East. Prior to that, Mr. Baker was part of the executive team at Raytheon Foreground Security where he provided cybersecurity advisory services for U.S. clients ranging from small and mid-sized businesses to Fortune 50 corporations and served as special advisor for development and delivery of a large/ISP scale cybersecurity operations center. He spent more than 10 years at Exostar LLC in multiple engineering, information security architect, and cybersecurity-focused roles. Mr. Baker holds multiple professional certifications, including CISSP-ISSAP and CCSP, and earned a B.A. in International Affairs from The George Washington University.
Chief Security Officer
Serving as Chief Security Officer at Caliburn, James Mehta is responsible for identifying, developing, implementing, and managing Caliburn’s global security strategies and programs. Mr. Mehta brings more than 27 years of experience as a commissioned officer and special agent, resolving counterintelligence, criminal, fraud, physical security, terrorism, cybersecurity and insider threats. Most recently, he served as the Director of Strategic Programs and Requirements for the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), where he provided policy, training and assessments for criminal, fraud, counterintelligence programs and specialized investigative services for the command. Mr. Mehta held other various roles within the AFOSI, including commander of AFOSI forces in the Indo-Pacific theater. Prior to that, he was assigned to the Joint Staff as the Chief, Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection, where he developed anti-terrorism and security policies for the U.S. Department of Defense to protect military operations and personnel worldwide. Mr. Mehta holds an M.S. in National Security Strategy from the National War College; an M.A. in National Security Affairs and Middle East Regional Affairs from the Naval Postgraduate School; and a B.S. in Engineering Mechanics from the U.S. Air Force Academy. He retired from the U.S. Air Force at the rank of Colonel.