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V2X Names Jo Ann Bjornson to Chief Human Resources Officer

Bjornson is a nationally recognized professional in the defense industry bringing decades of experience.

V2X, has named Jo Ann Bjornson to Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), effective June 1, 2023. In this role, Bjornson will be responsible for the company’s global human resources strategy and operations including talent management, recruitment, leadership development, and compensation and benefits. She will join the executive team and report to President and Chief Executive Officer, Chuck Prow.

“We are thrilled to have a dynamic leader like Jo Ann join V2X, further strengthening our dedication to our employees during this transformative growth phase,” said Chuck Prow, V2X’s President and CEO.  “Jo Ann’s unparalleled expertise in human capital management will play a pivotal role in fostering our thriving business culture and ensuring long-term growth and success.”

Bringing more than two decades of experience, Bjornson has established herself as a leading professional in the field of recruiting, compensation, and HR business partnering. Having most recently served at Leidos, her expertise spans broad market areas including defense, intelligence, federal civilian, health, and commercial sectors. 

“I am excited to join the V2X team and a company that is deeply committed to the mission and its people,” said Bjornson. “I look forward to continuing to build an environment and workforce that thrives, embraces innovation, and achieves remarkable results.”

Bjornson earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia, a Master’s degree in HR Management from Marymount University, and an Executive MBA from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland.  She recently served as Chair of the Human Resources Council of WashingtonExec and as a valued member of the Workforce and Education Executive Committee with the Virginia Chamber of Commerce. Her dedication to both personal and professional advancement is further evident through her past presidency and board membership of the Northern Virginia chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management.