Jill Aitoro |  Executive Editor, Business to Government Group  

Jill Aitoro is executive editor of Sightline Media’s Business-to-Government Group, guiding and developing the multimedia editorial strategy for Defense News, Federal Times, C4ISRNET, and FifthDomain, Sightline’s central digital hub for news, information and collaboration about federal and defense cybersecurity and cyberwarfare. Jill is also editor of Defense News, directly managing the global and prestigious Defense News brand, working with a dedicated team of editors, reporters and videographers.  Jill brings over 15 years’ experience of editing and reporting on defense programs, policy and procurement, federal government IT and business issues facing the defense and federal sector.  She has interviewed top defense officials from around the globe,  CEOs from Fortune 500 companies, led conferences and panels at prestigious events, such as the Reagan National Defense Forum. Prior to joining Sightline Media, Jill worked for Washington Business Journal as editor of their federal practice, leading all defense and federal contracting and policy coverage.  Prior to that she was a senior reporter for  Government Executive, covering cybersecurity, defense IT and DHS among other roles. Jill anchors the weekly Defense News television program appearing on the American Forces Network, which features interviews with senior defense leaders and expert reporting on industry, politics and defense acquisition. In addition, Jill has appeared regularly on Washington DC network TV stations and in national broadcast news media outlets.   Jill has received multiple awards for her government reporting and multimedia editorial projects, including coverage of the Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship program and sequestration and an exposé on the selling of gray market technology from China to the Defense Department.  Jill graduated from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, and earned her master’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Andrew Tilghman  |  Executive Editor, Military Times  

Andrew Tilghman is the executive editor for the Military Times, overseeing news and multimedia content for Army Times, Navy Times, Air Force Times and Marine Corps Times. He began covering the military in 2005 in Iraq as a Middle East correspondent for the Stars and Stripes newspaper. He joined the Military Times in 2007 and later spent six years as the Pentagon bureau chief, traveling frequently with the defense Secretary and reporting from military bases around the world. Andrew has received numerous awards for coverage of the military, including the Society of Professional Journalists’ Sigma Delta Chi award and the Military Reporters and Editors Joseph Galloway award. Before he started covering the military, Andrew was a city desk reporter at the Houston Chronicle in Texas and the Times Union in Albany, New York, covering the courts and legal affairs. A native of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Andrew has a master’s degree from the Columbia University School of Journalism.

Christian Lowe | Senior Editor, Digital Operations  

Christian Lowe has been involved in the news and digital publishing business for nearly 20 years and comes to Sightline Media Group most recently from Hollywood-based military media brand We Are The Mighty. Lowe has worked in a variety of positions at a host of digital media companies, including Politico, Military.com, US News and Grand View Media Group. He now heads up Sightline’s online content distribution, web product development and digital audience engagement efforts. Lowe is a veteran of Sightline Media Group, having previously worked as a staff writer and senior writer at Marine Corps Times and Defense News in 2001 through 2006.

Mort Greenberg | SVP, Advertising Sales  

Mort leads our global revenue efforts as SVP, Advertising Sales across Military Times, Defense, News, Federal Times, C4ISRNET, Fifth Domain, and related properties. Mort brings over 20 years of sales leadership in digital, mobile, print, broadcast, and video media platforms to Sightline, working with the nation’s largest consumer and government advertisers. He leads transformation efforts across our programmatic and digital platforms, and is always working to match solutions and marketing programs to achieve customer marketing goals. Prior to Military Times Mort founded FitAd, named by ADWEEK as the first platform for programmatic wearable advertising. Mort has been an early team member for the launch of several digital start-ups and has also held senior roles at IAC / InterActive Corp, NBC Universal, Nokia, and iHeartMedia. Mort leads our team sales office in New York City, with staff in Los Angeles and Washington, DC.

Kelly Facer | Vice President, Revenue Operations  

Kelly leads ad operations and ad technology across all of the Sightline’s properties. Kelly and her team provide the right mixture of inventory and pricing management, yield optimization, account management, custom program development, programmatic automation and continually refining the right “ad tech” stack for a multi-platform publishing group. With over 15 years of media experience at several start-ups and multiple business and operations roles at AOL Kelly brings innovation and efficient deal execution to an ever evolving media landscape.

Jerry Foley | Director, B2G Global Sales  

Jerry Foley is the Director, B2G Global Sales for Sightline Media’s business-to-government division. In this role he leads the US domestic and international sales teams for Defense News, Federal Times, C4ISRNET and FifthDomain.com. Jerry directs business development efforts and sales for all print, digital, broadcast, custom and event platforms for our B2G brands. Jerry has strong expertise in defense and international markets and collaborates with clients to develop multimedia packages that take advantage of the wide range of platforms the B2G brands offer.  Prior to his current role, Jerry served as senior account executive for Defense News, leading major initiatives. Before joining Sightline Media, Jerry was in a sales role at Atlantic Media, where he worked on Government Executive and NextGov.  Hailing from Detroit, MI, Jerry has BA in Government with a focus on international relations from Georgetown University.

Shawn Byers | Vice President, Audience Development & Circulation 

Shawn Byers is the Vice President of Audience Development and Circulation across all of the Sightline Media brands. Shawn has been with the company for over ten years and has also worked in advertising, & marketing departments. He and his team bring knowledge and a passion for the audiences that Sightline Media serves. He is responsible for the circulation and distribution strategy of the various publications and works across departments to drive the growth of the brands’ multimedia audience. Prior to joining then Army Times Publishing, Shawn worked at Valpak of Virginia as the Manager of Operations. A native of Wintersville, OH, Shawn is a graduate of Ashland University; also, in Ohio where he graduated with honors.

Christine Aquino | Vice President, Business Operations  

Christine Aquino is Sightline Media’s head of business operations. In this role, she drives company-wide projects and leads cross-functional teams, including editorial, sales, marketing and digital development, to execute end-to-end solutions for client campaigns, as well as key company initiatives. Christine manages day-to-day administrative and operational activities, and champions the strategic priorities of Sightline’s leadership team. Prior to her current role, Christine was director of marketing at Sightline Media where she led a team that handled all sales, brand and event marketing for all its media brands. She joined the company when it was Gannett Government Media under Gannett and later Tegna, as Military Times director of marketing. Previously, she worked for a boutique issue-advocacy communications firm, and marketing and sales for one of Asia’s largest real estate conglomerates. Christine graduated from the University of the Philippines and earned her master’s degree from Georgetown University, where she graduated with honors.