HOUSTON, 25 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – KBR (NYSE: KBR) today announced the appointment of Sonia galindo as executive vice president and legal advisor.
Ms. Galindo joins KBR from FLIR Systems, Inc. (now Teledyne F LLC, a subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies), a global technology company with applications in government and defense, industrial and commercial markets, where she was Senior Vice-President, Legal Counsel, Secretary and Director of Ethics and Compliance. Prior to FLIR, Ms. Galindo was General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Rosetta Stone Inc., an educational technology software company.
She has also held positions of increasing responsibility in the public and private sectors, including the United States Securities & Exchange Commission, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Keurig Green Mountain, Inc., and McCormick & Company, Inc. .
“I am delighted to welcome Sonia to the KBR management team,” said Stuart bradie, President and CEO of KBR. “His in-depth knowledge of the global legal landscape, coupled with his strong leadership skills, will help guide KBR to our high ethical standard. We are delighted to add such a talented leader to the team and his deep understanding of the law will be. essential as we continue to grow and achieve our long-term goals. ”
Ms. Galindo obtained a doctorate in law from University of Illinois at Chicago Faculty of Law, formerly John Marshall Law School, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from college hood for women.
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