Sudhakar V. Shenoy
Under Mr. Shenoy's leadership, IMC has become an award-winning technology solutions company, providing expert government, commercial, and scientific solutions designed for each client's precise mission. He is a frequent lecturer, convocation speaker, and radio personality, often discussing impacts and directions of various technology trends, and was singled out by Business Forward as one of the 40 Most Influential Global Players in the Washington region. In 2003, he was the recipient of the Lord Fairfax distinction for Fairfax County's Dranesville District for outstanding community involvement and volunteerism. In 2002, Bio-IT World recognized Mr. Shenoy as a Bio-IT Champion for IMC's innovative work in bringing together information technology and the life sciences. In 1999, Mr. Shenoy was recognized as Citizen of the Year in the local area while a year earlier he received the 1998 Greater Washington High Technology Entrepreneur of the Year Award, sponsored by Ernst & Young, Nasdaq and The Washington Post. Mr. Shenoy was also selected by the U.S. Small Business Administration as the Washington Area Minority and Small Business Person of the Year in 1995. In 1996, Mr. Shenoy was inducted into the University of Connecticut's School of Business Alumni Hall of Fame and was recognized as a Distinguished Alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Bombay, India in 1997.
Along with a dozen other Fortune 500 CEO's, Mr. Shenoy was selected for several Presidential trade and development missions to India (1995), Spain (1995), and Berlin (1999). He is on the University of Connecticut's Foundation board and the School of Business Overseers board. He also serves on the board of advisors for George Mason University's School of Engineering and was appointed by the Governor of Virginia to the board of visitors at the same university. In 1998, the Governor appointed Mr. Shenoy to the State of Virginia Technology Commission. He has also been appointed, by the Governor, to the board of directors of the Innovative Technology Authority, as chairman of the Center for Innovative Technology. In 2000, the speaker of the Virginia State Legislature appointed Mr. Shenoy to a five-member citizens committee on the Virginia Legislative Process. Mr. Shenoy is also on the board of directors of several private and public companies. He was the 2000 campaign chairman for the Fairfax-Falls Church United Way, and has served as NVTC chairman, a commissioner of the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority and a member on the Virginia Governor's Commission on Bio Technology.
Mr. Shenoy received a B. Tech. with honors in electrical engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, a master's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Connecticut School of Engineering, and a master's in business administration from the University of Connecticut School of Business Administration.