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NVTC Technology Executives Visit Policymakers in Richmond


Following the start of the 2017 Virginia General Assembly session, members of the NVTC Board of Directors and NVTC member companies spent January 31st in Richmond discussing NVTC priorities with policymakers.

NVTC participants included NVTC President and CEO Bobbie Kilberg, NVTC Board Chairman and Inova Center for Personalized Health CEO Todd Stottlemyer, NVTC Board member Jim Duffey, Telos Corporation Manager of Government Affairs Robert DuPree, Cox Communications Vice President Kathryn Falk, Northern Virginia Community College Director of Government Affairs Dana Kauffman, NVTC Board Member John Mendonca, SunTrust Bank Greater Washington and Maryland Division President and CEO Dan O’Neil, Northern Virginia Community College President Dr. Scott Ralls, and CSRA, Inc. Vice President of Government Relations Alexandra Veitch.

The group met with Lt. Governor Ralph Northam, Attorney General Mark Herring, Speaker of the House Bill Howell, Senate Democratic Leader Dick Saslaw, Delegate John Bell, Delegate Glenn Davis, Delegate Chris Jones, Delegate Nick Rush, Senator Bryce Reeves, and Senator Jill Vogel.

Board Day Richmond

NVTC executives met with policymakers in Richmond on January 31st. Back row, from left: NVTC VEI Director Steve Jordon, Cox Communications Vice President Kathryn Falk, NVTC Board member Jim Duffey, NVTC Board Member John Mendonca, Northern Virginia Community College Director of Government Affairs Dana Kauffman, CSRA, Inc. Vice President of Government Relations Alexandra Veitch and Telos Corporation Manager of Government Affairs Robert DuPree. Front row, from left: NVTC Vice President of Policy Josh Levi, SunTrust Bank Greater Washington and Maryland Division President and CEO Dan O’Neil, NVTC President and CEO Bobbie Kilberg, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, NVTC Policy Manager Troy Murphy and Northern Virginia Community College President Dr. Scott Ralls.


Stay Connected with NVTC's Advocacy Team in Richmond!

NVTC's public policy team is in Richmond for the duration of the session advocating for the needs of the Northern Virginia technology community and we welcome your feedback. Feel free to contact us at any time with questions, ideas or suggestions:

NVTC Vice President of Policy Josh Levi (703-904-7878 x 214)
NVTC Public Policy Manager Troy Murphy (703-904-7878 x 218)

Weekly legislative conference calls with the NVTC advocacy team will continue for the remainder of the session through February 24. Please email Troy Murphy if you would like to receive notice and call-in information for NVTC's weekly conference calls.