Meet our women and men who embody what IAP stands for, serving our customers, employees, and community with ingenuity and purpose.
Meet the IAP Board of Directors
Amanda L Brownfield is the Chief Executive Officer and Director for IAP Worldwide Services, Inc. She joined IAP in March of 2023 and is responsible for management of the IAP business portfolio for enterprise activities. Amanda’s leadership directs the firm’s strategic activities while she works with the IAP Board of Directors and Executive Leadership Team to empower the organization to achieve its business objectives.
After her graduation from Duke University, Amanda proudly served in the elite XVIII Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg, NC as a member of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, establishing a history of honorable service and leadership.
Having completed her military service, she brought her extensive leadership skills to bear at SAIC for 15 years, successfully leading small project teams, large program teams, and line units with P&L responsibility. Amanda continued her professional development and education during this time, earning a master’s degree of Business Administration from George Washington University.
As an executive-level manager at TASC (Engility), she led the Intelligence Solutions Group from 2013 to 2019, when the firm was acquired by SAIC. Through her leadership at Geospark Analytics (Seerist), and Applied Insight as CEO, Amanda has demonstrated her success working with incredible teams at major growth inflection points, emphasizing inculcating transformative culture.
Oversees ongoing business operations for all business units at IAP.
Previously, Rob served as IAP’s Vice President of National Security and Technology. Prior to IAP, he was the Vice President, Operations for the Boeing Company’s $85M Integrated Information Systems’ Kestrel Enterprises business; served in the Defense Intelligence Agency where he managed advanced technology initiatives for the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s Directorate for Intelligence; served at the National Security Council as the White House Situation Room’s Intelligence Analyst and Senior Duty Officer; and was the Department of Defense’s Deputy Defense Intelligence Officer for Global Trends and Projections.
Rob received a Bachelor of Science in International Business from American University, and a Master in Business Administration from Johns Hopkins University.
Responsible for developing, maintaining, and implementing IAP’s global ethics and compliance program, corporate training initiatives, security, global trade compliance, and quality programs.
Prior to joining IAP, he served as Vice-President for the Training & Mentoring Business Area at DynCorp International, leading and managing NATO sponsored law enforcement and military training missions in Afghanistan and Iraq, as an international civilian police advisor in the United Nations Police Mission in Haiti, served in leadership positions supporting the UN International Police Task Force missions in Bosnia and Kosovo, managed start-up activities for protective security services in Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, and Haiti and was responsible for operational management of rule-of-law programs in Palestine, Sudan, and Liberia
Responsible for corporate business development strategy, policies, and resources, including the development and implementation of strategic initiatives.
Prior to IAP, Mark worked in a variety of business development and program operations roles at ManTech and QinetiQ. Mark is a 21-year Navy veteran, dual qualified in Submarine and Surface Warfare, and retired as a Limited Duty Officer Mustang Lieutenant. During his time in the Navy, Mark served in multiple overseas, shipboard, submarine, and staff assignments, supporting U.S. operations in the Gulf War, Kosovo Conflict, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Iraqi Freedom.