Janet Spruill Joins Aptima
Aptima Announces MS&T Industry Leader Janet Spruill Joins Company as Vice President
2016 I/ITSEC Conference Chair brings human performance, advanced learning technology expertise
Orlando, FL—November 1, 2016—Aptima, Inc., the leader in human-centered engineering, today announced that Janet Spruill has joined the company as Vice President. Spruill’s responsibilities include guiding business strategy planning and execution, supporting successful transition of science and technology (S&T) research programs, and expanding Aptima’s Orlando operations.
“Janet is not only a dynamic business leader with a track record of executing and driving measurable results but is also a technical leader in our field,” said Daniel Serfaty, Aptima’s CEO and Principal Founder. “Her broad range of accomplishments in human performance, human-centered systems design, and advanced learning technologies make her ideally suited to facilitate Aptima’s growth through innovative technical solutions and keen business strategy.”
Spruill brings to Aptima over 25 years of leadership experience across the defense, intelligence, federal, and commercial sectors with deep expertise as a human performance technologist, learning solutions architect, and principal consultant developing and working with technology-based learning systems. She currently serves as the Conference Chair for the 2016 Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (www.iitsec.org), having been selected by the National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA).
“Janet is a proven leader and industry veteran who will play a key role in formulating and executing our overall growth strategy, as well as expanding our Orlando office,” added Serfaty. “As the Department of Defense looks increasingly to Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) training to improve training outcomes while decreasing costs, Aptima is uniquely positioned to address that challenge through our human performance measurement technologies. Janet’s experience in modeling, simulation and training (MS&T) and organizational development programs will be a major asset.”