LST Promotes KristEn Beverly and Teresa Anderson to Vice President
“As our business and teams grow, we relish the opportunity to promote from within our group. I’ve had the distinct pleasure of working with Teresa and Kristen, and I’m thrilled to see their growth in our organization and look forward to working with them in this new capacity.”
– Jim Little, LST Chief Operating Officer:
Kristen Beverly has been promoted to Vice President of Air Traffic Management (ATM) Services. On January 1, 2023, Kristen will replace Rich Jehlen, who will move from his current VP role to focus on strategic support activities. Kristen joined LST in 2017 as the Director of Information Architecture, where he supported the development of advanced data architecture and emerging NAS operations services that helped keep our growing organization. As VP of ATM Services, Kristen will lead the organization's support of FAA's NextGen and ATO organizations as they plan and implement improvements across the National Air Space (NAS). Kristen and his strong leadership team in ATM services will continue to provide a broad range of services to meet FAA's needs, such as information management, concept exploration, development and validation, ATM operational subject matter expertise as well as engineering and acquisition assistance across the breadth of program execution phases.
Teresa Anderson has been promoted to a newly created role as LST's Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and Vice President of Cybersecurity Solutions. Teresa joined LST in 2015 as the Director of Advanced Programs, where she has strengthened and grown our Cybersecurity business. In her new position, Teresa will lead LST's Cybersecurity Solutions business area to deliver on our customer commitments; enhance our cybersecurity technical, policy, and governance expertise; and implement a strategic approach to safeguard the customer data we handle. She will also take over executive management of LST's Information Technology department, implementing the same strategic strategy to protect our internal data.