Capewell Announces Beth Goode Joins As Vice President Of Sales And Marketing


SOUTH WINDSOR, Conn. (July 7, 2022) — Capewell, a global leader in engineering aviation and life support solutions, announced Beth Goode has joined the company as Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

Capewell’s VP of Sales and Marketing is responsible for setting the company’s sales goals and marketing direction, as well as overseeing programs that drive growth of the Capewell brand globally. Ms. Goode will also focus on identifying new markets, evaluating business opportunities, and spearheading the overall bidding process with government agencies, federal contractors, and corporate partners.

“I could not be more excited that Beth has joined the Capewell family,” stated Greg Bloom, CEO. “Beth has played a critical leadership role in a number of large Aerospace and Defense companies. Her broad experience base and deep knowledge of government contracting, business intelligence, and customer fulfillment ensures that Capewell is poised for success as we expand the company’s footprint globally.”

“I’m beyond excited to join Capewell and become part of such a respected and mission-driven team providing critical products and solutions to our military. I look forward to developing our business by expanding on established programs and finding new opportunities for growth,” said Ms. Goode.

Beth Goode brings more than a decade of experience successfully running corporate strategy and business development for organizations who supply systems and services to the US government, federal contractors, and corporate firms. Most recently, she was Sr. Principal of Business Strategy at SAIC, a Fortune 500 technology integrator focused on digital transformation in the defense, space, civilian and intelligence markets.

Before that, she was Director of Business Development Strategy and Operations at SOSi, the largest privately owned and operated technology and services integrator in the aerospace, defense, and government services industry.

“Beth brings a rich insight she’s gained from evaluating dozens of market expansion strategies and participating in hundreds of bid processes during her career. She has a proven track record of getting results and we look forward her leadership at Capewell,” said Bloom.

Ms. Goode has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of North Texas and a Master of Engineering Management from Duke University.

Founded in 1881, Capewell is the global leader in the custom engineering and manufacture of critical aerial delivery systems and combat water survivability solutions for the United States government and its partner nations. Capewell’s foundational mission – to protect people who operate systems in dangerous environments in support of national security – continues to this day. Operating out of South Windsor, Conn., and Meadows of Dan, Va., the company offers four core product segments of mission-critical components and systems: Aerial Delivery & Parachute Systems, Aerial & Marine Life Support & Safety Hardware, Operator and Maintainer Training and Logistics, and Engineering Services.