SRC, Inc. recently announced multiple promotions across the company.
ADELENA BAGDASAROVA has been named senior manager of electronic warfare. She started with SRC in 2012 as a lead software engineer and most recently worked as an engineering manager. In her new role as a senior manager, Bagdasarova will be responsible for technical and operational aspects of cloud computing and artificial intelligence/machine-learning technology development applied to electronic-warfare missions for U.S. and international markets. She has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Syracuse University, a master’s degree in computer science from National Technological University, and is currently enrolled in a doctorate computer-science program at Syracuse University. She is a member of SRC’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Council.
ROBERT BERNHARDT now assumes a new role as a senior manager of supplier quality engineering. He joined SRC 17 years ago as an engineer. As a senior manager, Bernhardt will serve as final reviewer for all supplier corrective-action requests, lead auditee for supplier quality assurance during compliance audits, and lead for presenting supplier-performance metrics. Bernhardt has an associate degree in mechanical engineering from Mohawk Valley Community College, a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from SUNY Polytechnic Institute, and a master’s degree in advanced technology from SUNY Polytechnic Institute.
SHAWN EMMONS has been promoted to senior manager of facilities/environmental, health, and safety (EHS). He has been with SRC since 2011 with increasing facilities and EHS responsibilities including project management, infrastructure, and facility-operation improvements. Emmons has an associate degree in general studies from Central Texas College, an associate degree in mechanical engineering from Onondaga Community College, a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from SUNY Polytechnic Institute, and a master’s degree in construction management from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
SCOTT HULIK has been promoted to senior manager of development and program-quality engineering. He has been a member of the quality-engineering team since he joined SRC in 2019. In his new role, Hulik is guiding the team to a new engagement methodology to ensure a better understanding of process requirements, product design and verification adequacy, and increased effectiveness of product transition. Hulik has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering technology from SUNY Polytechnic Institute and a master’s in engineering management from Syracuse University.
MARK PROSSER now serves as the chief systems engineer within the live, virtual, constructive systems group at SRC. He will provide systems-engineering leadership to a multi-disciplinary engineering team to meet strategic technical, schedule, and business objectives on a variety of electronic-warfare programs for the U.S. Navy and Air Force. Prosser has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology. He has been working at SRC since 2010.
DANIEL STAMM has taken on a new role as a senior program manager of electronic warfare. He will be responsible for ensuring critical projects meet cost, schedule, and quality requirements to meet SRC’s objectives. Stamm has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Ohio State University and a master’s degree in business administration from Ohio University. He joined SRC in 2020. SCOTT WICKS has been promoted to senior manager of electronic warfare. He has been with the company since 2016, most recently as manager of electronic warfare. In his new role, he will be responsible for advancing technical, operational, and business aspects of advanced signal processing and application development. Wicks is a graduate of the National Cryptologic School Military Electronic Signals Analysis Program, has an associate degree in communication technology from Community College of the Air Force, a bachelor’s degree in intelligence studies from American Military University, a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Wright State University, and a master’s degree in business administration, with a focus on project management, from Columbia Southern University.