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TES-i LEADERSHIP

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Sean Mulholland

CEO & Co-Founder
As a co-founder of TES-i, Sean has more than 30 years of experience in software development, design, integration, and testing, especially as it relates to mission critical and safety critical systems. Since helping found TES-i in 1997, he has served as chief engineer and business developer and director of program management before becoming CEO. Sean holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science and systems design from the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Dennis Kenman

Executive VP / Chief Operating Officer & Co-Founder
One of three active TES-i co-founders, Dennis has more than 30 years of software-intensive system development and verification experience for mission-critical and safety-critical applications. He has served TES-i as chief engineer, director of engineering, director of contracting, business developer, and program manager. Dennis holds a Bachelor of Science in computer engineering from the University of Arizona.

Antonio Procopio

Executive VP / CFO & Co-Founder
Prior to starting TES-i with three other partners, Antonio co-founded The Software Firm, Inc., which provided sales force automation to remote salespersons. He has been developing and delivering embedded and data enterprise solutions to the federal government, aerospace, and commercial industries for more than 30 years. Since co-founding TES-i, Antonio has served as chief engineer, CFO, business developer, and program manager. Antonio holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

Stephen Simi

Vice President
Stephen has over 34 years of experience in engineering, with more than 20 years at the executive level. At TES-i, he serves as division lead for the Military and Aerospace Solutions (MAS) division and business development for both TES and TES-SAVi. Stephen currently manages U.S. military programs for the U.S. Army Aviation, U.S. Air Force, Vertical Lift Consortium Joint Multi-Role (JMR) programs, and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Stephen holds a Bachelor of Science in physical sciences (math, computer sciences, and engineering) and a Master of Science in engineering from the University of Maryland.
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