NVTC Unveils FY 2015-2016 Board Roster

NVTC logoThe Northern Virginia Technology Council has announced the roster of its board of directors for the trade association’s 2015-16 fiscal year.

NVTC also announced Tuesday the election of 27 new and returning board members, and 16 three-year-term members to the board.

Officers of the board of directors include:

  • Chair: Todd Stottlemyer, CEO of Inova Center for Personalized Health
  • President and CEO: Bobbie Kilberg, president and CEO of NVTC
  • Vice Chairman: Richard Montoni, CEO of Maximus
  • Vice Chairman: Anne Altman, a general manager at IBM
  • Secretary: Enrico Della Corna, a Southeast regional executive at PNC Bank
  • Treasurer: Oscar Osorio, a partner at Grant Thornton
  • General Counsel: Craig Chason, co-leader of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
  • Public Relations Adviser: Dave Groobert, U.S. general manager at Environics Communications

Sean Stone of Silicon Valley Bank, Joel Kallet of Clearsight Advisors and Matt Strottman of In-Q-Tel were also elected to the board.

The three-year-term board members are:

  • Greg Baroni, Attain
  • Mike Bradshaw, Google
  • Steve Cooker, Monster
  • Mike Corkery, Deltek
  • Marilyn Crouther, HP Enterprise Services
  • Karen Dahut, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Nelson Ford, LMI
  • Mike Golden, Wells Fargo
  • Tim Hurlebaus, CGI Federal
  • Brad King, Robbins Gioia
  • Steve Knapp, George Washington University
  • Curt Kolcun, Microsoft
  • Serge Matta, comScore
  • George Quinn, Ernst & Young
  • Gary Tabach, Deloitte
  • David Zolet, CSC

The NVTC board also added four new members to replacement seats:

  • Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Vencore
  • Kathryn Falk, vice president of public and government affairs at Cox Communications
  • Vonya McCann, senior VP of government affairs at Sprint
  • Buddy Nicoson, site director of Micron Technology

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