Zekiah Technologies, Inc. announces that Marshall Worthey joined its staff as Vice President – West Division. Operating out of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Mr. Worthey will be responsible for business development, program management and staffing of Zekiah’s system integration, intelligence, geospatial and other business operations in the Western United States.
Mr. Worthey comes to Zekiah after a successful stint as Federal Projects Director for PBS&J where he managed major contract vehicles, led all range and training land project efforts and served as the PM for the National Guard Bureau Vegetation Mapping Program. Prior to PBS&J, Mr. Worthey spent 10 years with Booz Allen Hamilton where he supported numerous geospatial efforts in the fields of installations and environment, military operations and the intelligence community. Additionally, Mr. Worthey has fifteen years of military experience serving in the United States Army as a Terrain Analyst attached to Division, Special Operations and Corps intelligence teams and as an intelligence analyst in Joint Task Force (JTF) and Unified Commands as well as other line unit assignments.
Bill Dollins, Senior Vice President, said “We are excited to have Marshall join our team. His expertise in the fields of geospatial intelligence and military operations, as well as his knowledge of the Colorado geospatial market, will help us more effectively support our existing customers and expand into new areas.”
Mr. Worthey holds an MA in Applied Geography from the University of Colorado with an emphasis in GIS, Remote Sensing and Accuracy Assessment. He has earned certifications in Open Source Intelligence and Space Intelligence Operations and has completed the Basic and Advanced Terrain Analysis courses at the Defense Mapping College.