We are honored Scott, Bob, and Elizabeth accepted our invitation to join the leadership of SECAF
McLean, VA (PRWEB) January 5, 2009
The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF), the premier organization for the small and emerging government contractor, announces the appointment of three new members to its Board of Directors. Scott Brezler, Partner, Goodman & Company; Bob Dinkel, President and COO, FedResults; and Elizabeth Shea, CEO of SpeakerBox Communications, will join a notable board of directors to help guide the organization into 2009.
SECAF's mission is to provide education, resources, and advocacy venues to serve the small and emerging government contractor community for the purpose of ensuring success and equal access to contracting opportunities.
Brezler is a partner at Goodman & Company where he heads all of the financial accounting services for the Government Contractor Services Group of the firm. Dinkel leads FedResults in their delivery of sales support and technology solutions to government and commercial customers. Shea co-founded SpeakerBox Communications, a public relations and communications firm focused on emerging technology firms and government contractors.
"We are honored Scott, Bob, and Elizabeth accepted our invitation to join the leadership of SECAF," commented Shiv Krishnan, Chairman of SECAF and CEO of government contractor INDUS Corporation. "Their individual expertise and passion for the government contracting community will serve our members well as we look to provide more resources and programming in 2009."
The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) enables the small and emerging government contractor to achieve maximum growth rates in a highly competitive marketplace. Arming members with business resources, access to influencers and government agencies, and advocacy opportunities and education, SECAF is an important resource for a growing company.
SECAF also serves the medium to large government contractors, providing invaluable introductions to specialized small businesses that enable the overall contracting community to work successfully in tandem. For more information visit http://www.secaf.org.