NVTC Announces New Officers and Class of 2025 Board of Directors

NVTC appoints 18 industry-leading professionals to its Board
McLean, Virginia (June 29, 2022) - The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), the trade association representing the National Capital Region's technology community, today announced the appointment of 18 individuals to its Board of Directors. This incoming class of 2025 will join NVTC’s current Board in guiding the organization’s strategy and providing insight to advance its mission. 

“This year’s class of NVTC Board members includes outstanding leaders who reflect the makeup of our diverse technology community. They each bring unique perspectives and ideas and will help NVTC grow our tech industry and create greater access to the thousands of open jobs in our region,” said NVTC President and CEO Jennifer Taylor. “I am thrilled to see NVTC’s Board continue to collaborate and shape our region as one of the nation’s top technology hubs.”

The NVTC Board of Directors consists of 72 voting members, as well as Chair Emeriti, Honorary Members, and Senior Advisory Members. Today, the NVTC membership elected the following 18 three-year-term members (Class of 2025) to the NVTC Board of Directors. 

Irma Becerra, Marymount University
Michael Beckley, Appian
Wallace Christner, Venable
Tony Crescenzo, Intelligent Waves
Marjorie Dickman, BlackBerry
Rob Faktorow, CBRE
Jennifer Felix, ASRC Federal 
Bob Genter, SAIC
Maggie Hallbach, Verizon
Anne Kress, Northern Virginia Community College 
James Leach, Telos
David Link, ScienceLogic
Carolyn Parent, Conveyer
David Schaefer, AHT Insurance
Peter Smith, American Systems
Matthew Strottman, In-Q-Tel
John Ustica, Siemens Government Technologies
Gregory Washington, George Mason University
“We are excited to welcome the Class of 2025 and look forward to their innovative and forward-leaning contributions as we foster the vibrant, next-gen technology ecosystem of the National Capital Region,” said Greg Baroni, chair of the NVTC Board of Directors and president and CEO of Attain Partners. “The commitment, dedication, and strategic insights our Board of Directors brings to NVTC support the Council’s goals to accelerate innovation and promote a diverse, inclusive, and welcoming community.”

The officers for the FY 2022 – 2023 Board of Directors are:

Greg Baroni, Attain Partners, Chair
Jennifer Taylor, NVTC, President and CEO
Bruce Caswell, Maximus, Vice Chair
Amy Gilliland, General Dynamics Information Technology, Vice Chair
Jean Stack, Baird, Secretary
Craig Chason, Pillsbury, General Counsel
Mike Condro, Deloitte, Treasurer
Alisa Valudes Whyte, Merritt Group, Public Relations Advisor
Myles Louria, Hunton Andrews Kurth, Policy Advisor
In addition, Board Chair Baroni made the following nine Chair appointments to the Board.
Rand Blazer, ASGN
Matt Desch, Iridium
Tag Greason, QTS
Craig Halliday, Unanet
Joel Kallett, Clearsight Advisors
Sam Maness, Raymond James
Justin Parsons, Erickson Immigration Group
David Quirke, Inova
Doug Wagoner, LMI
Finally, the NVTC Board of Directors has approved filling two replacement seats and nominating one honorary member.

Mile Corrigan, Noblis (replacing Tech 2023 seat)
Shannon Flanagan-Watson, Arlington Economic Development (Honorary Member)
Dan Golding, Google (replacing Tech 2024 seat)

NVTC wishes to thank all of its business and academic partners for their contributions and support throughout the year to advance NVTC’s mission to create a thriving technology ecosystem that accelerates tech innovation and promotes world-class workforce development.
Booz Allen Hamilton 
Consumer Technology Association 
Dominion Energy
Fairfax County Economic Development Authority
George Mason University 
Inova Health Systems 
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Old Dominion University
PenFed Credit Union
Virginia Innovation Partnership Corporation 
Virginia Tech
For more information on the NVTC Board of Directors, please visit the NVTC website.

Christine Chirichella
Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC)

Elizabeth Rhee
Merritt Group
(703) 475-2099

About the Northern Virginia Technology Council
NVTC is the trade association representing the Northern Virginia 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, government contractors, as well as service providers, academic institutions, and nonprofit organizations. More than 425 members 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. Learn more at www.nvtc.org. Learn more at www.nvtc.org