Iridium’s Matt Desch, NTT Data’s Tim Conway Among GovCon Vets Named to NVTC FY 2018-2019 Board

Matt Desch

Iridium Communications CEO Matt Desch and Tim Conway, president of NTT Data’s public sector business, have been appointed to the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s board of directors for fiscal year 2018-2019.

Desch is one of the eight executives appointed by Rich Montoni, NVTC board chairman and vice chairman at Maximus, to the trade association’s board, NVTC said Monday.

Tim Conway

Montoni also named Tag Greason of QTS and Matt Strottman of In-Q-Tel to the board in addition to Desch.

Conway is one of the 16 executives elected by the council’s members to the board to serve three-year terms.

The association’s membership also named to the board Karen Dahut of Booz Allen Hamilton; John Goodman of Accenture Federal Services; Tim Hurlebaus of CGI Federal; Robin Lineberger of Deloitte; Gail Thomas of Microsoft; Jill Weeter of EY; and Dave Zolet of LMI.

Desch, Dahut, Goodman and Zolet are 2018 Wash100 recipients.

Click here to view the full list of officers and members of the board.

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