CRDF Global announced on Monday that Tina Dolph, a four-time Wash100 Award recipient, has been named chief global officer to grow the company’s global footprint through an expansion strategy as well as driving new capabilities in cybersecurity and other new technologies.
“In today’s increasingly complex and often uncertain global environment, there are few organizations like CRDF Global with the established track record of providing capacity building and stabilizing solutions urgently needed for human-centric challenges at scale,” said Dolph.
Previously, Tina Dolph had been the president and CEO of Siemens Government Technologies since Oct 2018. Prior to that, Dolph served as the chief strategy officer for CRDF Global between Jan. 2018 and Oct. As Chief Global Officer, she will bring her extensive experience in global operations, critical infrastructure, and technology innovation to the company.
Her technical expertise in critical infrastructure and digital transformation is an important element of our strategic plan and organizational vision. Her ability to navigate the complexities of government modernization and security challenges will allow CRDF Global to expand and deepen or service offerings,” said CRDF Global CEO Michael Dignam.
CRDF Global continues to grow in the highly competitive and complex global technology threat environment, which will continue under Dolph’s leadership to sustain the company’s growth trajectory and help its customers address the latest and most complex global challenges.
Tomás Díaz de la Rubia, vice president for Research and Partnerships with the University of Oklahoma and CRDF Global Board Chair, explained that Tina Dolph will bring her background in cybersecurity solutions and visionary leadership to keep the company on the cutting edge of emerging technologies as they influence the federal landscape.
In addition, Tina Dolph is a board member for Valiant Integrated Services. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the post-9/11 veteran and military family national nonprofit Hope for the Warriors and the National Defense University Foundation.