CALIBRE Systems, Inc. (CALIBRE) announced the promotion of Dr. Craig E. College to executive vice president and chief financial officer effective June 1, 2018.
As chief financial officer, College is responsible for overseeing financial and accounting operations, strategic financial planning, capital structure, treasury management, the Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), 401(k) management, contracts and procurement, and strategic communications and graphic design. Additionally, he retains strategic growth responsibilities in support of current corporate business areas and mergers and acquisitions.
College previously served as the executive vice president and chief strategy officer and was responsible for conducting industry analysis and preparing strategies for service offerings, client development and cost management across the company. College joined CALIBRE in October 2012 after 34 years of government service as a military officer and civil servant. Prior to joining CALIBRE, he was the deputy assistant chief of staff for Installation Management in the Department of the Army. College began his service as a senior executive in the Office of the Secretary of Defense where he served as director of the Economic Analysis and Resource Planning Division and director of the Force and Infrastructure Cost Analysis Division.
“Craig’s experience in cost and economics, along with his operations and data analysis experience, makes him an excellent choice for this role,” said Joe Martore, president and CEO. “During Craig’s six years with CALIBRE, he has made many significant contributions to the company and played a pivotal role in developing and utilizing data analytics to manage our company. With his deep understanding of CALIBRE’s business and needs, Craig is well suited to lead our finance team.”
A recipient of the Presidential Rank Awards of Distinguished Executive (2001 and 2007) and Meritorious Executive (1998), College received a BS from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics, both from Stanford University.