Northern Virginia Technology Council Announces New Officers and Class of 2024 Board of Directors

NVTC expands board leadership with Next Gen leaders representing region’s vibrant tech ecosystem

McLean, Virginia (June 29, 2021) - Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), the trade association representing the national capital region’s technology community, today announced the appointment of 19 new members to its board of directors. This incoming class of 2024 will join NVTC’s current board and provide strategic guidance and insight to help NVTC further its mission to accelerate technology innovation and promote the growth and development of a world-class technology workforce.

“The NVTC Board of Directors is a unique collective of regional leaders who bring forward-thinking and diverse perspectives to help advance our thriving and inclusive tech community,” said NVTC president and CEO, Jennifer Taylor. “I’m thrilled to welcome the Class of 2024 board members who will lend their expertise and help NVTC implement its five-year strategic plan.”

The NVTC’s Board of Directors consists of 79 voting members, as well as Chair Emeriti, Honorary Members and Senior Advisory Members. Today, the NVTC membership elected the following 19 three-year-term members (Class of 2024) to the NVTC Board of Directors. 

  • Chris Balcik, Samsung
  • Kevin Boyce, Higher Logic
  • Mike Corkery, Deltek
  • Karen Dahut, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Mike Daniels, Google
  • Gil Dussek, Gunnison Consulting
  • Susan Fallon, Monster
  • John Goodman, Accenture Federal Services
  • Damon Griggs, Dovel Technologies
  • Tim Hurlebaus, CGI
  • Keith Kaetzel, KPMG
  • Lorraine Lavet, Korn Ferry
  • Evelyn Lee, Truist
  • Patty Obermaier, Microsoft
  • Troy Paino, University of Mary Washington
  • Katherine Rowe, William & Mary
  • Mehul Sanghani, Octo Consulting
  • John Wasson, ICF
  • Mitch Weintraub, Cordia

These members bring an array of industry knowledge representing a diverse set of technology companies, service providers, academic institutions and non-profits. NVTC continues to shape the prominence of the national capital region as a leading technology hub. Over the last 30 years, the region has emerged to become one of the world’s largest technology marketplaces.

“As NVTC embarks upon deploying its strategic plan, a dedicated and knowledgeable board of directors is key to the Council’s enduring growth and impact,” said Greg Baroni, chairman of the NVTC Board of Directors as well as Founder and CEO of Attain Partners. “This impressive group of industry leaders will join our existing board of directors as we focus on continuing to grow our region’s technology community, developing and empowering the next generation of talent, reinforcing an inclusive culture, and evolving and modernizing in anticipation of the future."

The Officers of the FY 2021 – 2022 Board of Directors are:

  • Greg Baroni, Attain Partners, Chair
  • Bruce Caswell, MAXIMUS, First Vice Chair
  • Kevin Phillips, ManTech, Second Vice Chair
  • Jennifer Taylor, NVTC, President and CEO
  • Mike Condro, Deloitte, Treasurer
  • Jean Stack, Baird, Secretary
  • Craig Chason, Pillsbury, General Counsel
  • Myles Louria, Hunton Andrews Kurth, Policy Advisor
  • Alisa Valudes Whyte, Merritt Group, Public Relations Advisor

In addition, Greg Baroni, Chairman of the NVTC Board, made the following eight Chair appointments to the Board.

  • Rand Blazer, Apex Systems
  • Jerry Erickson, Erickson Immigration Group
  • Tag Greason, QTS Data Centers
  • John Hagan, Truist Securities
  • Craig Halliday, Unanet
  • Joel Kallett, Clearsight Advisors
  • Sam Maness, Raymond James & Associates
  • Doug Wagoner, LMI

For more information on the NVTC Board of Directors, please visit   


About the Northern Virginia Technology Council
The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) is the trade association representing the national capital region’s technology community. As one of the nation's largest technology councils, NVTC serves companies from all sectors of the industry, from small businesses and startups to Fortune 100 technology companies, as well as service providers, academic institutions, foreign embassies, and nonprofit organizations. Nearly 500 entities make up the NVTC membership and look to the organization as a resource for networking and educational opportunities, peer-to-peer communities, policy advocacy, industry promotion, fostering of strategic relationships, and branding of the region as a major global technology center. Visit NVTC at

Kara Mauceri
Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC)

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Merritt Group