Cintel, Inc. has announced Will Irby as its new President, working alongside CEO Dale Jobes and Sr. Vice President of Business Services Patti Rehage. The Huntsville-based company leverages their innovative solutions in support of both local and national Defense initiatives.
“Will becoming President is an excellent move for Cintel,” said CEO Dale Jobes. “Will is perfect for this role due to his strong experience in leadership, operations, government contracting, and business development.”
Irby is responsible for providing strategic and tactical leadership across the company with a specific focus on company operations, business growth, profitability, and strategic initiatives.
“At our core, Cintel has always been focused on three things: employees, customers, and quality,” Irby said. “As we grow, I am excited about the opportunities we have to grow our team, continue to deliver customer focused results, and never settle for anything less than the best solution for the challenge at hand.”
Irby brings decades of experience to his new role and has worked in multiple domains including infrastructure, energy efficiency, project management, systems integration, acquisitions, and financial management.
“I’m incredibly proud to be a part of the team at Cintel. Our growth is a direct result of the dedication of each of our teammates to delivering results for our customers. I look forward to our continued success as we move forward and am truly blessed, honored, and humbled to be given the responsibility to lead this great team,” Irby added.
Prior to his role as President at Cintel, he served as Executive Vice President and Vice President of Operations.
Before joining the Cintel, Inc. team, Irby served as the Federal Business Development Manager for Southland Energy, a Division of Southland Industries. Irby also previously served as the Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC) Program Manager at the US Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville (CEHNC) where he was responsible for the programmatic execution of the $360M ESPC program.
Irby holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, a Master of Engineering from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and an MBA from the University of Georgia, Terry School of Business.