Princeton-based Mikros Systems Corp., an company specializing in electronic systems technology for advanced maintenance in military, industrial and commercial applications, announced the appointment of Chuck Bristow as president and chief operating officer on Monday.
Bristow fills a vacancy in the position of president resulting from the resignation of Mark Malone. He will report to Chief Executive Officer Tom Meaney and be responsible for all day-to-day operations, including contract administration, programs and engineering.
Malone will provide strategic planning and executive management services to Mikros on a consulting basis for a three-month period and will continue to serve as a director of Mikros.
Mikros also announced that Lori Ogles was promoted to vice president of business development and programs.
Ogles has worked with the company since 2016, most recently serving as senior program manager. In her expanded role, Ogles will manage all commercial and U.S. Department of Defense business development and program development efforts.