Margie Graves, Dave McClure, Ted Davies Elected to ACT-IAC’s Executive Panel

ACT-IACMargie Graves, Dave McClure and Ted Davies are among the officers who have been elected to serve in the executive committee of the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council starting July 1.

ACT-IAC said Monday  Graves, deputy chief information officer at the Department of Homeland Security, will succeed Rick Holgate as ACT president.

Davies, Altamira Technologies president and CEO, will replace Dan Chenok as IAC chairman while McClure, chief strategist at Veris Group, will serve as IAC executive vice chairman and eventually IAC chair by July 1, 2016.

Other members who will continue to serve on the ACT executive board are:

  • Kay Ely
  • Michael Howell
  • Joanie Newhart
  • Adrian Gardner
  • Joe Ward
  • Sanjay Sardar
  • Brad Nix

Meanwhile, executives who have been elected to first and second terms on the IAC executive board include:

  • Brian Bonacci of Infinera
  • Lisa Martin of LeapFrog Solutions
  • Adelaide O’Brien of IDC
  • Susan Becker of Unisys
  • Malcolm Harden of CGI
  • Richard Spires of Resilient Network Systems
  • Paul Strasser of Project Performance Corp.

Other members who will remain on the IAC executive panel include:

  • Mitzi Mead of Accela
  • Sherry Weir of Kearney and Co.
  • Bob Suda of Suda and Associates
  • Martin Cummings of Integrated Support Systems

ACT-IAC is a non-profit organization that works to promote information technology-focused education and collaboration between government agencies and IT businesses.

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