As President of Altamira Technologies Corporation, Jonathan Moneymaker has primary responsibility for corporate strategy, business development and capture, solutions and research and development, marketing and communications, and legislative affairs. He has spent his entire career successfully growing and executing diverse portfolios of business, from start-up to Fortune 50, focused on creating value and delivering innovative solutions across dynamic commercial and federal markets and has been honored to directly support the US Intelligence and Special Operations Communities throughout his career.
Prior to joining Altamira, Moneymaker served as General Manager of Boeing’s ~$.5B, 1000 employee Intelligence Systems Group business unit with responsibilities focused on overall leadership, business strategy and growth, program execution, and operational effectiveness of the organization, its 7 acquisitions, and it’s global footprint. He served as the primary customer interface delivering specialized service, products and solutions to the US Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, and our international partners.
Prior to his position with Boeing, Moneymaker served as vice president of Anonymizer, Inc. and led their merger with Abraxas Corporation. While at Anonymizer, Moneymaker’s core focus was driving business growth by aligning the company with the intelligence community and ensuring critical program and cross organizational execution. Moneymaker also served in Ocean Systems Engineering Corp SMART division, where he managed a C4ISR and Anti-Terrorism Force Protection portfolio, and participated in the acquisition of the company to Apogen Technologies.
Moneymaker holds a bachelor of science in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the University of Southern California, is a graduate of senior executive programs from Kellogg School of Management, Rady School of Management and Harvard University and serves as a member of the board of directors for the University of Southern California’s Daniel J. Epstein Industrial and Systems Engineering School and the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce.