Tysons, Va. – LMI announced today that the Honorable Ken Krieg is retiring from his role as chair of the board. Mr. Krieg has served as a board member since 2008, as the chair of the Audit & Finance committee from 2011 to 2019, and as the chair of the board since April 2019. Under his leadership, LMI transformed into a digitally enabled consulting firm serving defense, intelligence, homeland security, and civilian and health markets. LMI also grew by over 25% organically and inorganically, enabling better execution of company and client missions. The Washington Post ranked LMI first among large companies in its Top Workplaces 2021 list during his tenure as chair. Mr. Krieg’s diligent devotion to growth and LMI’s culture will leave a lasting effect on the company.
Following Mr. Krieg’s departure, board member and Audit and Finance committee chair, Lisa Disbrow, will assume the role of board chair. Ms. Disbrow joined the LMI board in 2018 and has served as the chair of the Audit and Finance committee since November 2019. Retired from federal service in 2017 as the senate-confirmed 25th Under Secretary of the United States Air Force, Ms. Disbrow has dedicated 32 years of her career to serving the government in the military and civilian sectors. Ms. Disbrow helps our nation’s service members, past and present through her service on the Wounded Warrior Project and the Air Force Association boards of directors, and she is a senior fellow at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab. She is a member of multiple private and publicly traded company boards, including Mercury Systems (MRCY) and BlackBerry (BB).
“Ken has been an instrumental leader and a critical part of LMI’s ongoing success. His guidance has driven us toward our vision—powering a future-ready, high-performing government,” stated LMI president and CEO Doug Wagoner. “We look forward to Lisa filling this role to further our mission and values and those of our customers.”
Jim Sweetnam will become the Audit and Finance Committee chair. He joined the LMI board in 2011. Mr. Sweetnam graduated from Harvard Business School with an MBA and had a distinguished career in the private sector. He is the former president, CEO of Dana Corporation (DAN) and CEO of Truck Group, Eaton Corporation. He currently serves on the board of Republic Airlines, and previously served on the boards of SunCoke Energy (SXC), Inc and Lubrizol Corp (LZ).