About Us

Effective technology and reliable communication are essential to any organization and Stealth has the knowledge, ability, and experience to ensure your IT isn’t standing in the way of your success. Our top tier consulting services help you achieve new and better operations that optimize your workflow from end-to-end including:

  • Strategic consultation and evaluation
  • Telecommunications system integration and technology deployment
  • Unified communications (mixed data, voice, and video)
  • Network performance evaluation and support
  • Wireless technology solutions

Management Team

Margaret is a thought leader, strategist, and visionary at the forefront of IoT RFID sensor location technology. In 1994, she founded Stealth Communications to optimize and upgrade telecom systems for clients such as Verizon and Hewlett Packard. In 2007, she expanded the company to solve inventory problems for luxury retailers. She conceived and developed the StealthNetwork ARC™, a ground breaking RFID scanning, mapping, and searching device that locates every item in a client’s stores, saving considerable time, money, and staff.

Under Margaret’s direction, Stealth evolved from the telecommunications industry to designing and delivering complex emerging technology solutions for her clients. She used her expertise in engineering and wireless infrastructure to build state-of-the-art tracking systems that utilize sensors. Stealth is considered the gold standard in the integration of IoT sensor-based solutions and location tracking. Clients including Deloitte, Toyota, Verizon, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the U.S. Department of Defense use these solutions.

Before founding Stealth, Margaret designed, installed, and supported sophisticated telecommunications operations. She learned how to align customers’ business plans with their evolving technology needs while also designing, installing, and supporting secured Ethernet-based voice and data networks for government and defense customers such as Sandia and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories. During that time, she worked with early adopters such as Steve Jobs of Apple, Ford Aerospace & Communications Corporation, and CalPERS.

Margaret has a Bachelor’s degree from California State University, Chico and has several patents pending in voice biometrics and sensor technologies.


Brad is instrumental in Stealth’s sales and marketing strategy as well as building the operational tools used to serve government and defense customers. He manages sales and oversees contract negotiations, budget, and process improvement. Brad’s keen eye for detail and knack for leveraging business opportunities has helped the company grow from start-up to a $22M company, securing contracts from clients like the Oakland Raiders, Marine Corps Base Quantico, The Library of Congress, the IRS, and Paramount Pictures.

Previously, Brad worked at Lockheed Martin as a program manager for flight controllers Trident II D5 missile program. There he became an expert at troubleshooting challenging manufacturing problems and developing task and program management methodologies. Prior to Lockheed, Brad oversaw assembly planning and distribution at Atari, managing the overseas sales channels of components produced for the PacMan, Centipede, and Yardney electronic games. He is known for having developed numerous methods to reduce their time-to-market.

Brad earned a Bachelor of Arts from San Francisco State University and has several patents pending in voice biometrics and sensor based technologies.


Kat comes from the hospitality and travel industry and has been involved in marketing for InterContinental Hotels, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, and New York’s most noted luxury travel agencies. With a Bachelor of Arts degree from Fordham University, Kat also speaks Spanish and French. She is proud to be putting her customer service skills to work by introducing Stealth to the retail world.


Joining Stealth in 2017, Michelle brings environmental economics and her formal training to the practicalities of carbon reduction in the retail sector. By applying productivity improvement measurements and integrated workflows, Michelle strives to increase retail productivity in a carbonless environment.

She provides the business analysis for Stealth clients to increase their top and bottom line for the retail environment. Michelle holds a Masters in Environment Economics, London School of Economics.


Savannah manages customer satisfaction, applying the same rigorous approach in her training to become a Registered Nurse.

As she pursues her degree, Savannah manages the Customer Service group for Stealth and exceeds in helping customers get the most out of their Stealth solutions. She responds to customer inquiries and ensures that on-site teams perform exceptionally when it comes to customer needs.


Dallas brings his strong customer communications skills to assist Stealth customers in implementation requirements and product application use cases.

As one of the early team members in 2016, his core knowledge of StealthNetwork ARC® and the customer use cases has been instrumental in the testing and development of the product.

  • 2020

    2020 StealthMatrix releases new Stealth RFID ARC
  • 2019

    2019 Stealth receives RFID patent for locations services
  • 2018

    Stealth spins off StealthMatrix as a separate company
  • 2017

    Stealth launches StealthMatrix ARC
  • 2016

    Stealth confirms SLAM technology with location services for the retail market
  • 2015

    Stealth awarded CalPERS Spring Fed Pool (SFP) services contract
  • 2012

    Stealth launches Cybersecurity team and RFID technology research
  • 2010

    Stealth signs contract with San Jose State University
  • 2009

    Stealth selected as lead integrator for VICS RFID project with Bloomingdales
  • 2007

    Stealth enters the RFID market
  • 2005

    Out of 1,000 suppliers, Sandia National Laboratories honors Stealth as one of the Top 7 Suppliers of the Year. Stealth becomes a member of the STG, Inc. team and wins the SeaPort-e government wide acquisition contract.
  • 2004

    Stealth's revenue increases by 50 percent in four years. The Small Business Administration honors Stealth with the “Small Business of the Year” award for the second straight year. Stealth becomes a member of the NCI Information Systems, Inc. team and wins the NetCents government wide acquisition contract. The White House Communications Agency signs a contract with Stealth.
    Stealth receives ATP-IPCC Certification from Cisco Systems. California Public Employees Retirement Systems Honors Stealth with the "Rock Award" for excellent customer service. East Bay Business Times ranks Stealth as the 7th largest woman-owned business in the East Bay.
  • 2003

    Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) signs a five-year contract with Stealth. The Small Business Administration honors Stealth with the "Small Business of the Year” award.
  • 2002

    Stealth opens its Washington D.C. office. San Francisco Business Times ranks Stealth as the 29th largest woman-owned business in the San Francisco Bay Area. East Bay Business Times ranks Stealth as the 9th largest woman-owned business in the East Bay.
  • 2001

    East Bay Business Times ranks Stealth as the 10th largest woman-owned business in the East Bay.
  • 2000

    Stealth's annual revenue increases to 20 times the size of its first-year revenue. Stealth opens its new corporate headquarters at 6900 Koll Center Parkway.
  • 1999

    Stealth becomes a Cisco Systems Silver Certified Partner. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and the Library of Congress sign multiyear contracts with Stealth. Stealth moves its main office in Pleasanton, California from 4466 Black Avenue to 7060 Koll Center Parkway. General Service Administration (GSA) signs basic ordering agreement (BOA) with Stealth. State of California awards Stealth with a California Multiple Award Schedule (CMAS) contract. Stealth receives 100 top business awards.
  • 1998

    Stealth achieves its first service contracts from California Public Employees' Retirement System and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
  • 1997

    Picatinny Arsenal and Fort Belvoir sign a contract with Stealth and increase the contract's value to more than 35 times the original amount over the next seven years. Stealth moves its main office in Pleasanton, California from 400 Main Street to 4466 Black Avenue.
  • 1996

    Oakland Raiders football team accepts a proposal from Stealth. Stealth opens its first office at 400 Main Street in Pleasanton, California.
  • 1995

    Stealth receives its first blanket purchase agreement from Rock Island Arsenal.
  • 1994

    Margaret Nyswonger founds stealth on June 7.