Future Technologies Announces Sarah Campbell as First Member of New Advisory Board

Future Technologies welcomes Sarah Campbell to its newly developed Advisory Board to provide expert perspective and mentorship to help grow the company’s Government business unit.

SUWANEE, Ga.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#25YearsofFutureTech–Future Technologies Venture, LLC (“Future Technologies”), an end-to-end network solutions provider, announced today that they have named Sarah Campbell, as the first member as their new Industry Advisory Board. Ms. Campbell currently serves as the Associate Vice President of Research for Defense & Security, and Head of Special Projects at George Mason University and brings with her close to 20 years of experience in the intersection of the Telecommunications and the Defense/Government verticals. Future Technologies believes that a highly curated Industry Advisory Board will provide its executive leadership team with invaluable insight and strategic guidance to help propel the business forward.

“We believe we are at a critical inflection point in our business growth and forming a dedicated Industry Advisory Board is a natural next step,” said Peter Cappiello, CEO, Future Technologies. “Our Industry Advisory Board is a short list of experts in the industry, in their respective focuses, who have shown tremendous support of our organization. Sarah’s experience in defense research is an ideal match for our Government business unit.”

In Ms. Campbell’s current role at George Mason University, she is responsible for organizing and elevating the various defense and security research initiatives on campus to enhance the university’s research profile. Sarah was previously the Chief of Staff at the Applied Research Laboratory for Intelligence and Security (ARLIS) at the University of Maryland, College Park, (one of the 15 DoD sponsored University Affiliated Research Centers UARC) and Principal Faculty member since 2020. Ms. Campbell received her bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Mary Washington, and her master’s degree in international commerce & policy from George Mason University, Schar School of Policy & Government.

“Trusted 5G capabilities transform the way the military can operate and is vital to maintaining an edge for the Department of Defense. Future Technologies is a proven leader in this space as not only a reliable supplier, but a technology integrator, delivering cyber resilient solutions that both industry and DoD can rely on,” said Sarah Campbell. “As a member of the Industry Advisory Board, I look forward to working with the leadership team on developing a strategic plan to further expand operations to increase Future Technologies’ position in this marketspace.”

About Future Technologies

Future Technologies is celebrating its 25th year in the industry, starting out as a Satellite Integrator in 1999 and growing into its current position as a Lead System Integrator (LSI) supporting Fortune 5000 and Federal Government Clients. Future Technologies specializes in the assessment, planning, design, implementation, and support of innovative communications solutions for vertical markets – Manufacturing, DoD, Utility, Oil & Gas, and Transportation. Future Technologies maintains a strong concentration on emerging standards such as 5G, 4G, Private LTE, WIFI, SCADA and Automation technologies. Future Technologies has also invested into a Living Lab at its Atlanta-based headquarters to provide a showcase of Private 5G solutions, Edge Computing/MEC and, most importantly, industry specific use cases, such as Connected Worker, Instrumentation Connectivity, Remote Worker, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality/Mixed Reality, Asset Health, Inventory Management, Computer Vision, IoT Sensors, Robotics and other solutions. To Request a Virtual or In-Person tour of the Living Lab please contact: Request a Tour or visit futuretechllc.com


Taylor Juska

Head of Marketing – Future Technologies Venture, LLC


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