Indev announces hiring of Mr. Stephen Creaghan as Vice President of Transportation Programs

Washington, D.C., March 20, 2016 – Indev, LLC is proud to announce the newest member to their executive leadership team with the hiring of Mr. Stephen Creaghan. Mr. Creaghan will serve as Vice President of Transportation Programs for the Indev Team. In this role Mr. Creaghan’s primary responsibility will be to help Indev grow its presence across the transportation sector, with a focus on the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and NASA markets.

Prior to joining the Indev family Mr. Creaghan has spent the past 21 years with DOT’s Volpe National Transportation Systems Center serving as a Division Chief of Aviation Systems Engineering. His efforts were dedicated to developing new lines of business in systems engineering, aviation safety, and modeling & simulation, as well as managing a wide range of R&D and systems engineering projects for the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) National Airspace System (NAS) modernization efforts.

Mr. Creaghan began his career with the United States Air Force where he served as an Astronautical Engineer, Civil/Environmental Engineer, and Geodetic Specialist. He holds a Masters in Astronautical and Structural Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology as well as Bachelors in Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Florida. Mr. Creaghan is also a registered professional engineer in the state of Massachusetts.

Over the past year Indev focused on growing its executive team, and for that reason we are especially excited to bring Mr. Creaghan’s leadership, industry knowledge, strong business development expertise to our organization. Indev co-founder and partner Brett Albro states: “the addition of Steve to our leadership team further exemplifies Indev’s commitment to the transportation market. We are extremely excited to provide our clients the added value of Steve’s proven track record of delivering innovative air traffic management and systems engineering solutions.”