Lunch and Learn

March 2, 2012

Todd Stottlemyer

Todd A. Stottlemyer currently serves as chief executive officer and a member of the board of directors of Acentia, formerly Interactive Technology Solutions (ITSolutions). With annual revenue of more than $150 million, Acentia is a private equity-backed (SnowPhipps) management and information technology company providing lifecycle IT services and solutions to federal agencies, state and local governments, and commercial customers.

Prior to Acentia, Stottlemyer served as an executive vice president and member of the senior executive management team for the Inova Health System, a 16,000 employee health care organization serving the Northern Virginia region. Stottlemyer's areas of responsibility included information technology, innovation, biomedical engineering, international business and other corporate functions.

Prior to joining the Inova Health System, Stottlemyer was president and chief executive officer and a member of the board of directors of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation's largest business association representing small and independent business owners across the United States.

Before NFIB, Stottlemyer was a founder, chief executive officer and a member of the board of directors of Apogen Technologies, an information technology company, backed by Arlington Capital Partners, a private equity firm. During Stottlemyer's tenure as CEO of Apogen, the company's annual revenue grew to more than $200 million. In September 2005, Stottlemyer led the successful sale of Apogen to QinetiQ, a publicly traded British technology company with more than $2 billion in annual revenue. During Stottlemyer's tenure, Apogen was named as one of the top 50 best places to work in the Washington, D.C., area and as one of the top 20 best places to work in the New Orleans area.

Before Apogen, Stottlemyer served as president of McGuireWoods Consulting and was a founder and managing director of McGuireWoods Capital Group, where he advised information technology and other companies on growth strategies, acquisitions, management buyouts, strategic investments and acquisition integration.

Prior to McGuireWoods Consulting, Stottlemyer served as executive vice president and chief financial and administrative officer of BTG Inc. (now part of L-3) , a 1,800 employee, publicly traded information technology company with annual revenue of approximately $300 million. Previously, Stottlemyer was a corporate vice president and member of the executive management team of BDM International Inc. (now part of Northrop Grumman), a publicly traded information technology company with annual revenue exceeding $1 billion and approximately 9,300 employees. During his tenure at BDM, the company was publicly traded on two separate occasions, and the management team accomplished a buyout with The Carlyle Group.

Stottlemyer currently serves on the boards of Virginia Commerce Bank (Nasdaq: VCBI), MorganFranklin Corporation, Blue Delta Capital Partners, the Northern Virginia Technology Council, the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, where he served as Chairman from 1998-99, Helping Children Worldwide, where he serves as chairman, the Inova Translational Medicine Institute and the Inova Health System Foundation. Stottlemyer was recently appointed by the governor of Virginia to the College of William & Mary Board of Visitors for a four-year term that began on July 1, 2011.

Stottlemyer attended the College of William & Mary on a full athletic scholarship, graduating Phi Beta Kappa in 1985 with a B.A. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1991, graduating cum laude. Stottlemyer is a member of the Virginia State Bar.