“Going into a new year and a new era for NVTC, I am committed to finding strategic ways to better support our members and the region’s tech ecosystem as a whole. The addition of our new board appointees will help us do just that,” said NVTC President and CEO, Jennifer Taylor.
MCLEAN, Va. (PRWEB) November 19, 2020
Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), the membership and trade association for the technology community in Northern Virginia, today announced the appointment of eleven (11) additional members to its Board of Directors during the Fall 2020. The new members will join NVTC’s current Board to help provide strategic guidance and insight to broaden NVTC’s programs and bolster membership across the region as the organization embarks on its next phase of growth.
The new Board appointees are as follows:
- Jay Bellissimo, Managing Partner, IBM
- David Berteau, President and CEO, Professional Services Council
- Jennifer Chronis, Vice President, Federal, Verizon
- Ted Davies, Chief Executive Officer, Altamira Technologies Corporation
- Damon Griggs, CEO, Dovel Technology
- Craig Halliday, Chief Executive Officer, Unanet
- Diane Leopold, Chief Operating Officer, Dominion Energy
- Paul Misener, VP, Global Innovation Policy and Communications, Amazon
- Bob Stolle, President and CEO of Centers of Innovative Technology
- Doug Wagoner, President and CEO, LMI
- Dr. Gregory Washington, President, George Mason University
These new members complement NVTC’s current board members as the individuals represent a wide variety of technology companies, service providers and academic institutions. NVTC has a rich history of connecting companies and providing the resources they need to grow and scale their businesses and will continue to do so by creating a community of innovators and free thinkers, as well as offering opportunities for members to network and learn.
“Going into a new year and a new era for NVTC, I am committed to finding strategic ways to better support our members and the region’s tech ecosystem as a whole. The addition of our new board appointees will help us do just that. It has always been important for NVTC leadership to map to our members’ needs and goals, and having a diverse board integrated with the leaders of the organizations we represent is critical,” said NVTC President and CEO, Jennifer Taylor.
“Building bridges across technology companies and service providers will only allow us all to grow stronger, and further reinforces this region’s role as a tech and innovation powerhouse. NVTC’s robust network of educators, entrepreneurs, creators, and leaders will continue to encourage ideas to flow, information to exchange, and careers to flourish – for this generation and beyond,” said Greg Baroni, NVTC Board Chair and Chairman and CEO of Attain.