McLean, Va. (July 21, 2017) – Heather Nickerson, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Red Five Holdings, Inc., has been named to the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) National Chapter Board of Directors.
Established in 1988, ACG National Capital serves the country’s fourth largest economy including Washington, DC, Northern Virginia and Southern Maryland. It is a leading authority on corporate growth in the mid-Atlantic region. ACG National Capital provides unparalleled opportunities for networking, deal making and professional development for individuals involved in building corporate value through M&A, strategic partnerships, organic growth and capital funding.
“I’m honored to be associated with a group as respected as ACG,” said Nickerson. “Nationally, the group is highly collaborative and offers an excellent forum to share ideas and best practices and the opportunity to make connections with middle-market business leaders, including investors, corporate executives and transaction professionals.”
As EVP, Nickerson serves as the primary advisor to the CEO and the Red Five corporate management team, and advises private families, family offices, and corporate clients on a variety of sensitive topics. As CFO, she oversees and manages all financial activities of Red 5 Holdings, Inc. and the four subsidiary companies: Red Five Security, LLC, Red Five Security Consulting, LLC, Red Five Protection Services, LLC, and Red Five Privacy Labs, LLC. She uses her breadth and depth of expertise to develop and execute corporate growth strategies in concert with the CEO. As an Officer of Red 5 Holdings, Inc. Ms. Nickerson also advises the Board of Directors on financial health, challenges, and solutions.
Before joining Red Five, Ms. Nickerson served as an intelligence analyst with the Central Intelligence Agency. During her tenure, Ms. Nickerson researched and drafted hundreds of assessments for a variety of senior policy makers, including the President, Secretary of Defense, Secretary of State, and Secretary of the Treasury. She also frequently briefed Cabinet-level officials and members of Congress.
Ms. Nickerson holds a B.A. in International Relations from Brown University and a Masters of Economics from the London School of Economics with a concentration in European Governance.
Founded in 1954, ACG has chapters worldwide representing over 14,500 members and serves over 90,000 investors, owners, executives, lenders and advisors to growing middle-market companies.
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