NVTC’s Kilberg joins UVA Board of Visitors

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell has named Northern Virginia Technology Council President and CEO Bobbie Kilberg to the University of Virginia Board of Visitors.

Kilberg is one of six new appointees selected by McDonnell following the highly publicized firing and then rehiring of UVA President Teresa Sullivan last month.

The other five appointees are Rector Helen Dragas, who precipitated the flap by firing Sullivan; Johns Hopkins Medical CEO Edward Miller, outgoing James Madison University President Linwood Rose, Gannett CFO and UVA Alumni Association Chair Victoria Harker, and McGuire Woods Consulting Chairman Frank Atkinson.

NVTC is the largest technology council in the nation with about 1,000 member companies employing 200,000 people in the D.C. metro region.

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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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Tue, Jul 3, 2012 harrietbetancourt United States

Online universities like WGU keep getting bad reviews. The truth is, most degrees in 10 years will be online. I went through High Speed Universities for my BSN, and now WGU for my Master.

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