Annandale, Virginia. May 2019 – Mayvin, a leader in global operations and program management for the U.S. Government, has named Pat Mcgovern to the role of Executive Vice President, Operations. Pat brings 30 years of experience in Special and Contingency Operations, international manufacturing, and program management within both the Commercial and Government sectors to the Team.

His experience throughout the global arena in varied areas will help lead the firm’s growth strategy and operational best practices to advance our capability to deliver cutting-edge solutions for the most critical missions securing our nation. Prior to joining Mayvin’s Executive Team, Pat previously served in the U.S. Army, bringing 22 years of experience including 11 years in Special Mission Units to Mayvin.

After retirement, Pat served the nuclear community at GE Hitachi and led global operations as a Commodity Manager at Tempur Sealy International (TSI) . Most recently, Pat was a Senior Manager at Lockheed Martin leading SOF Aviation and Maritime Efforts for procurement and subcontracting. As the newest “Mayvin” to join a growing team, Pat will be responsible for developing and implementing strategies to enhance, optimize, and streamline partner solutions’ services and overall operations worldwide. In his role at Mayvin, he will ensure Mayvin’s workforce strategy and business support across the organization, and help ensure our clients and partners achieve critical development impact results.

“I am thrilled to announce Pat is joining our Executive Team,” Lisa E. Rosenthal states, “His versatile leadership style, extensive experience in corporate operations, ability to manage relationships, and penchant for thinking outside the box will make him an invaluable asset to fostering an environment of operational excellence.””. Pat holds a BS/BA, MBA, and is active with National Contract Management Association (NCMA). In his free time, Pat enjoys competitive road racing cars and flying a Diamond 40 Aircraft. He loves spending time with his wife Amy and their three children Patrick, Kelsey, and Jaxton.