Board of Directors
Executive Vice President
Tag Greason grew up the youngest of four children in a military family. His father, a career Army Officer, taught him about integrity, compassion, hard work, and perseverance. A product of Northern Virginia Public Schools, he believes strongly in the power of a good public education. He went on to graduate from the United States Military Academy at West Point. After his service in the United States Army, Greason returned to Northern Virginia and completed his MBA at George Mason, graduating with honors. While finishing his service in the National Guard, Greason married his sweetheart, Mary Beth, and had three children: Matthew, Jenna, and Grace.
After his time with our armed forces, he continued to serve our country through public service. He was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates from 2010 to 2018 where he quickly rose as the Commonwealth's premiere leader on education, workforce development issues, and the state budget. During his time in the legislature, Greason drafted and passed landmark legislation that reformed SOLs, redesigned our high schools, and created early childhood education programs. From his extensive work in this area, he was named legislator of the year by the Virginia Child Care Association and received the Virginia Chamber's "Excellence in Education & Workforce Development" Award.
Throughout his tenure in the legislature, Greason remained committed to the success of his company, Quality Technology Services, or "QTS." While at QTS, Greason has managed large scale enterprise sales teams and currently serves as the Executive Vice President of Sales where he is focused on serving the quickly emerging "hyperscale" market. His insight and experience in the technology industry led him to be honored as one of Washingtonian Magazine's "Tech Titans" in 2013, the same year he helped to take QTS public.