Board of Directors
Todd A. Stottlemyer currently serves as CEO of CNSI and as a member of the company's Board of Directors. Todd is responsible for the overall health of the company and leads CNSI's management with an emphasis on identifying new strategic markets and leveraging relationships with customers and partners.
Prior to joining CNSI, Stottlemyer served as an Executive Vice President and member of the executive leadership team for the Inova Health System, an 18,000-employee healthcare organization serving the greater Washington, DC region, and as CEO of the Inova Center for Personalized Health, where he was responsible for the Inova Schar Cancer Institute, the Inova Translational Medicine Institute, Inova's research programs, the Inova Strategic Investment Initiative (venture fund), and the Inova Personalized Health Accelerator.Prior to Inova, Stottlemyer served as CEO and as a member of the company's Board of Directors of Acentia, a private equity backed (Snow Phipps Group) information technology company with approximately 1,000 employees and annual revenue of more than $200 million. In April of 2015, MAXIMUS acquired Acentia and he served as a consultant to and member of the Board of Directors of MAXIMUS Federal Services.
Before joining Acentia, Stottlemyer served as an Executive Vice President and member of the executive leadership team for the Inova Health System. Stottlemyer's responsibilities included information technology, innovation, biomedical engineering, international business, and other corporate functions. He also co-chaired a strategic initiative to develop and build what would become the Inova Translational Medicine Institute.
Prior to joining the Inova Health System, Stottlemyer served as President and CEO and as a member of the Board of Directors of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). In this capacity, he led the nation's largest business association representing approximately 350,000 small and independent businesses across the United States. During his tenure as CEO, Stottlemyer focused on building coalitions to address the nation's long term financial and healthcare challenges.
Before joining NFIB, Stottlemyer was a founder, CEO, and a member of the Board of Directors of Apogen Technologies, a private equity backed (Arlington Capital Partners) information technology company. During his tenure as CEO of Apogen, the company's annual revenue grew to more than $200 million. In September of 2005, Stottlemyer led the successful sale of Apogen to QinetiQ Group PLC, a publicly-traded British technology company. During his 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, LA area.
Prior to joining Apogen Technologies, Stottlemyer served as President of McGuireWoods Consulting and was a Managing Director of McGuireWoods Capital Group, where he advised information technology and other companies on growth strategies, acquisitions, management buyouts, capital raises, strategic investments, and acquisition integration.Before joining McGuireWoods Consulting, Stottlemyer served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial and Administrative Officer of BTG Inc., an 1,800 employee, publicly-traded (NASDAQ) information technology company with annual revenue of approximately $300 million.
Prior to joining BTG, Stottlemyer served as a Corporate Vice President and member of the executive leadership team of BDM International, a publicly traded (2x: AMEX and NASDAQ) and private equity backed (The Carlyle Group) information technology company with more than $1 billion in annual revenue and approximately 9,000 employees worldwide. He led the sale of BDM to TRW (now Northrop Grumman) in 1997.
Stottlemyer is a former chair of the boards of directors of both the Northern Virginia Technology Council and the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of The College of William & Mary Board of Visitors and served as Rector (board chair) of the university's governing board for five years. He is currently a Venture Partner for Blue Delta Capital Partners and serves on the boards of LMI and IST Research.
Stottlemyer has received numerous awards and recognition for his business and community leadership, including being recognized as one of the "20 Most Admired CEOs" in the Washington, DC region by Washington Smart CEO magazine; as one of the 100 most influential business leaders in the Washington, DC region by the Washington Business Journal; and as one of the 50 most influential Virginians by Virginia Business magazine.
Stottlemyer attended The College of William & Mary, graduating Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A, and he received a Juris Doctor degree from the Georgetown University Law Center.