Panum Expands Leadership Team Bringing on Angela Sheldon as Business Development Manager.

Bethesda, MD – March 28, 2023 – Panum, a fast-growing, leading federal contractor providing professional, management, and technology services, expands its Leadership Team by bringing on Angela Sheldon as Business Development Manager.


Angela has led multiple BD teams in the last 10 years at both large and small companies. She is involved on multiple boards in the APG area including the current VP of the MG Harry Greene AUSA Chapter, current VP of the Industrial Representatives Association and Past President of AFCEA APG. In 2019 she was nominated for the Harford County ATHENA award which is presented by chambers of commerce, women’s organizations and universities to a woman, or man, who demonstrates the qualities embodied in the ATHENA Leadership Model and who: Has achieved the highest level of professional excellence.


Angela started her career as a Software Engineer on multiple DOD and Army programs including AWACS and CBRNE Air Quality Monitoring program. She eventually moved into management on the Army’s Distributed Common Ground System–Army (DCGS-A) and from there went into Business Development.


Angela has a BA in Math from Goucher College. She is married to Ronald Krach and has 3 grown children. 

About Panum

Panum provides professional, management, and technology services for more than 24 federal agencies. Panum’s unique expertise and innovative solutions address federal customers’ greatest business and mission challenges. For more information, please visit

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