Ontario, Canada: PCI Geomatics appointed Terry Moloney as its new President and CEO succeeding Dr. Robert Moses. On behalf of the Board of Directors, PCI Chairman, David McFadden made this announcement.
As he mentioned in his communiqué to staff, in preparation for his impending retirement, Dr. Moses chose Terry as his successor and he was promoted to the position of Executive Vice President & COO in 2009. In 2010, he filled the role of Interim President & CEO upon the sudden passing of Dr. Moses. Following a Board meeting, McFadden said, “Terry has shown tremendous leadership in his role as Interim President & CEO and I am pleased to announce that the Board voted unanimously to appoint Terry as President & CEO for PCI Geomatics.”
Terry Moloney has over 23 years of experience in the GIS and Remote Sensing industry. Prior to joining PCI Geomatics, Moloney served in various capacities, including Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Operations and Administration of TYDAC Research Inc.
Moloney was a member of the committee responsible for the Innovation Agenda for the Canadian Space Agency presented to the Government of Canada. He was also a member of the Space Industrial Strategy Task Force for the Canadian Space Agency as well as the Earth Observation Ground Segment Infrastructure Steering Committee for the Canadian Space Agency and the Canadian Centre for Remote Sensing.
Moloney obtained his Honours Degree in Applied Geography from Ryerson Polytechnic University in 1987, where he was the recipient of multiple awards including the John Nolan Memorial Award for academic excellence and contributions to the department and the University.
Source: PCI Geomatics