Mr. Ed Denion is the Chief Financial Officer for CORTEK, Inc.
Mr. Denion’s industry career began in market research for RCA Service Company in Cherry Hill, NJ. In the ensuing 30+ years, he took on senior management and executive positions of increasing responsibility in marketing, operations, management of all headquarters staff functions, general management, and then CFO of a large engineering services division at L-3 Communications.
Although his first job was in support of a telecommunications product distribution business at RCA, a key selling point to its Fortune 500 clientele was the company’s national service organization. Mr. Denion developed a plan to break out the service delivery to corporate clients from the infrastructure it shared with RCA’s consumer electronics service, and then was one of two executives to successfully implement the plan nationally.
Mr. Denion was the Senior Vice President and GM of L-3 Maritime Engineering which employed about 1000 engineering and support personnel and generated annual revenue in excess of $170 million. Maritime Engineering provided systems engineering, software development and program management services and solutions to transformational programs in the Department of Defense. Customers included the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Naval Sea Systems Command, the Chief of Naval Operations, Naval Air Systems Command, the Naval Networks Warfare Command, et al.
Mr. Denion then became the Chief Financial Officer for L-3 Command & Control Systems and Services Division whose clients included USA CECOM, NAVAIR, NAVSEA, SPAWAR, USCG, et al. This $600M+ division provided SETA and other engineering and technical support services to this diversified customer base.
.Prior to his management career in the technology industry, he served as Director of Admissions at St. Joseph’s University and taught mathematics at St. Joseph’s Preparatory School, both in Philadelphia, PA.
M.B.A, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Masters of Divinity, St. Mary’s University, Halifax, NS
B.A., Mathematics, Fordham University