In December, 2007, two senior executives left the large firms they were working for, attracted additional senior professionals and started Legatus6. This is who we are.
Robert M. Bowe, CEO
Mr. Bowe co-founded Legatus6 after two successful careers - first as a military intelligence officer and second as a civilian executive. Mr. Bowe's retired from the US Army as the Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence, US Army Strategic Defense Command (now the US Army Space and Missile Defense Command) where he was responsible for strategic missile threat analysis and counterintelligence for the command. His Army tours included services as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, US Army Intelligence and Security Command in which Mr. Bowe was responsible for the command's operations at over 175 world-wide locations performed by over 30,000 military and civilian intelligence professionals.
Following his military career, Mr. Bowe was the President of Chenega Technology Services Corporation (CTSC). Mr. Bowe built CTSC from a small $1M per year firm to one of the most respected mid-sized government contractors with over $400M in annual (FY 2005) revenue. Under Mr. Bowe's leadership, CTSC was Washington Technology's top-ranked small business for three consecutives years.
John McCann, President
John McCann co-founded Legatus6 after 20 years of managing government contracts for the best large government contractors. He was the Chief Operating Officer for Chenega Technology Services Corporation (CTSC had $515 million in 2007 revenue), an Associate Partner in IBM's Business Consulting Services federal practice, and a Principal Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Mr. McCann is a subject-matter-expert in business strategy, organization development, and management consulting. He holds a Masters Degree in Organization Development from the American University in Washington, DC.
Judith M. Kahn, Chief Operating Officer
Judith Kahn is responsible for Legatus6ís business operation.† She has 25 years of government contracting experience.† She was formerly the Executive Vice President at Computer Data Systems, Inc. where she had full profit-and-loss responsibility for the†Professional Services Group.† Ms. Kahnís Group included over 2,500 employees and $250 million in government contracts.† Her clients included the Department of Energy, the Labor Department, the General Services Administration, Housing and Urban Development, and the Department of Homeland Security.
Patrick J. Ahrens, Director of Intelligence Programs
Mr. Ahrens is a retired Army Intelligence officer and leads Legatus6ís support to the intelligence community. Mr. Ahrens brings over 29 years of experience in intelligence, military and government operations. Upon retiring from the U.S. Army in 2004 he joined Chenega Advanced Solutions and Engineering (CASE) as a senior program manager, where he was responsible for managing multiple programs in support of Department of Defense and Intelligence related activities. He brings an extensive background in both Intelligence and General Military disciplines to include tactical intelligence analysis and support to warfighters, future force development, requirements documentation, resourcing (PPBES), general military operations, and training.
On his final tour of active duty Mr. Ahrens served in multiple capacities on the Army Staff G2, to include Acting Director and Deputy Director of the Army Intelligence Master Plan. He also managed requirements and resources for immediate operational intelligence needs in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Mr. Ahrens holds a Masters of Science from the Joint Military Intelligence College.
Dr. Margaret Holmes-Rovner, Senior Health Research Advisor
Dr. Holmes-Rovner is Professor of Health Services Research in the Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences at Michigan State University. In 2007, she served as the 2007 Visiting Professor at the Center for the Advancement of Health in Washington, DC. Dr. Holmes-Rovner has contributed substantially to establishing the field of patient-provider shared decision-making in health care. She served as the President of the Society for Medical Decision Making, receiving the Eugene Saenger Award for Distinguished Service in 1999. She has been a member of grant review panels for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), The National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Dr. Holmes-Rovner was Chair of the Health Care Technology and Decision Sciences Study Section of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality from 1999-2003.