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Nearly 600 people joined the Northern Virginia Technology Council, the Tech Council of Maryland and the DC Tech Council in recognizing chief financial officers at the 2002 Greater Washington Technology CFO Awards June 6 at the Ritz-Carlton in McLean.
Award winners were:Mary Dridi
webMethods Inc.CFO of the YearJohn Burton
Updata Capital Inc.Financier of the YearSteve Waechter
CACI International Inc.
and Jay Morse
The Washington Post Co.Community ServiceBill Conway
The Carlyle GroupHall of Fame Award
George Blacker of Altarus Corp. (left) and Don Shaff of Indus Corp.
Harry Klaff of Spaulding & Slye Colliers and Joan Williams of Trancentrix Inc.
Michael Bono of Bernstein Investment Research and Management and Susan Groter of Administaff.
Michael O'Dell of NexTone Communications (left) and Matthew McGarvey of XM Satellite Radio.
John Foarde of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China spoke about the issues surrounding China's entrance into the World Trade Organization at the International Trade Association of Northern Virginia's June 12 luncheon at The Tower Club in Tysons Corner.
Vincent Rivellese of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Robert Hanrahan of RPH & Associates LLC and Oktay Aytug of the International Business Council (left to right).
Larry DePace of Security Storage Co. and Patricia Rowe of the International Monetary Fund.
Bing Xu of Patton Boggs LLP and John Foarde of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China.
Cathleen Arch of BB&T and Herman Edwards II of Global Investments & Traders LLC.