Jim O’Neill recently joined the board of NeuralIQ, Inc. He is a 30-year technology industry veteran. He has extensive senior management experience with emphasis on networks and electronics as well as large system integration, communications, and computer technology. Recently, O’Neill was the CEO of Siemens Enterprise Communications, a leader in contact centers, unified communications and secure networks.
Before joining Siemens, O’Neill served as the CEO of CompuDyne Corporation, a leading provider of services and products to the public security market.
O’Neill also served four years as president of Northrop Grumman’s Information Technology sector. He also served as president of the sector’s Computing Systems business, a value-added reseller of networking, enterprise computing, security and storage solutions and services.
Before joining Northrop Grumman in 2002, O’Neill held a variety of key industry positions, including roles as senior vice president and general manager of Oracle Services Industries, where he led the company’s sales and consulting groups in the worldwide communications and utilities sectors. He also served as president of the Government Solutions business unit at Lucent Technologies, and vice president and general manager of Digital Equipment Corporation’s Federal Government Region, where he managed Digital’s government business worldwide.
Jim received a bachelor’s degree from St. Anselm College, New Hampshire, and has attended executive management programs worldwide. He has served on numerous boards including as the 2008 chairman of the Professional Services Council and vice chairman of the Executive Committee for the Northern Virginia Technology Council. Jim also sits on the board of the Technology Council of Maryland and the American Heart Association. He was named 2006 Government Contractor Executive of the Year by the Northern Virginia GovCon Council, Professional Services Council, and Washington Technology.