Senior Leadership from Micron Technology, Inc. The MITRE Corporation, NTT DATA and PenFed Credit Union Join NVTC Board
Updated: May 9, 2017 - The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), announced the appointment of four new members to the NVTC Board of Directors. The new NVTC Board members are:
Tim Conway, President, Public Sector, NTT DATA
Tim Conway is Public Sector President at NTT DATA. Since 2011, Conway’s leadership has helped to steer and deliver technology-enabled solutions for federal, state and local governments in the United States, Canada and Australia. Conway has over 30 years of technology consulting experience in the public sector. Previously, Conway served as Executive Vice President for Public Sector at Keane and held management and executive positions at Xerox (formerly ACS, Inc.), IBM, Lockheed Martin and the Public Service Electric and Gas Company.
Tim O’Brien, Site Director, Micron Technology, Inc.
As Site Director, Tim O’Brien serves as the most senior executive in the region for Micron Technology, Inc., a premier 300mm high-tech semiconductor facility manufacturing high quality DRAM, NAND and NOR memory products. Micron’s Virginia site employs more than 1,300 team members in Manassas and is the largest exporter in Virginia. O’Brien joined Micron in 1988 as Process Engineer and has since held a series of increasingly responsible positions in manufacturing, engineering and corporate development.
Dr. Jason Providakes, President and CEO, The MITRE Corporation
Dr. Jason Providakes is President and CEO of The MITRE Corporation where he leads the organization's strategy and business operations to meet the government's evolving needs. He brings more than 35 years of technical and leadership experience to MITRE and the federally-funded research and development centers (FFRDCs) MITRE operates for United States government sponsors.
James R. Schenck, President and CEO, PenFed Credit Union
James Schenck is President and CEO of PenFed Credit Union, America’s second-largest federal credit union, serving 1.5 million members worldwide with more than $21 billion in assets. Since becoming CEO in April of 2014, Schenck has led PenFed’s asset growth from $17.6 billion to $21.3 billion, grown annual net income from $116 million to $179 million and increased membership from 1.3 million to 1.5 million.
*Originally posted March 30, 2017