ATLANTA, March 13, 2023 — DLH Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: DLHC) (“DLH” or the “Company”), a leading provider of science research and development, systems engineering and integration, and digital transformation solutions to federal agencies, today announced that Judith L. Bjornaas was elected to its Board of Directors at its annual meeting held on March 9, 2023. Ms. Bjornaas most recently served as the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of ManTech International Corporation, a provider of mission-focused technology solutions and services for U.S. federal government agencies.
“I am thrilled to join the DLH Board of Directors,” said Judith Bjornaas. “I am impressed with DLH’s evolution into a leading provider of innovative technology solutions and services for our industry, and I look forward to working with DLH leadership and my colleagues on the Board of Directors to ensure the company’s growth trajectory continues.”
Ms. Bjornaas has over thirty years of experience in government and commercial technology business. Her role at ManTech included responsibility for financial reporting, planning and analysis, corporate development, and investor relations. Prior to joining ManTech in 2010, she served as the chief financial officer of NCI, Inc., which was a publicly traded company that provided information technology and professional services and solutions to federal government agencies. She has served on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce and is a past member of the Association for Corporate Growth and Women in Technology.
“Judy’s leadership experience within some of the government contracting industry’s most esteemed organizations will be invaluable as DLH enters the next stage of its corporate journey,” said Zach Parker, DLH President & CEO. “As we continue to build shareholder value, we are fortunate to have knowledgeable, forward-looking leaders like Judy on our Board of Directors.”
Additional information regarding the results of the annual shareholders’ meeting will be available in a Form 8-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission and on DLH’s investor relations website.
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