NVTC unveils new board of directors

The Northern Virginia Technology Council has elected its new board of directors.

The 14 individuals, elected at the NVTC membership meeting June 20, who will serve three-year terms are:

  • Magid Abraham, comScore
  • John Allen, Bluestone Capital Partners
  • Mike Bradshaw, Google
  • Steve Cooker, Monster.com
  • Marilyn Crouther, HP Enterprise Services
  • Karen Dahut, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Enrico Della Corna, PNC Bank
  • Nelson Ford, LMI
  • Curt Kolcun, Microsoft Corp.
  • Kyle McSlarrow, Comcast Corp.
  • Jennifer Morgan, SAP Americas
  • Kevin Parker, Deltek
  • George Quinn, Ernst & Young
  • George Schindler, CGI

In addition, NVTC Chair Brad Antle, president and CEO of Salient Federal Solutions, made seven Chair's Appointments to the Board:

  • Mike Golden, Wells Fargo
  • John Hagan, BB&T Capital Markets | Windsor Group
  • Joel Kallett, Clearsight Advisors
  • Oscar Osorio, Grant Thornton
  • Jean Stack, Houlihan Lokey
  • Sean Stone, Silicon Valley Bank
  • Marta Wilson, Transformation Systems Inc. (TSI)

Four individuals also were appointed to the Senior Advisory Group of the NVTC board:

  • John Mendonca
  • Alan Merten, George Mason University
  • Jim Sheaffer
  • Lydia Thomas, Noblis

About the Author

David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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