Northern Virginia Technology Council Announces Six New Appointments to the Board of Directors


Herndon, Virginia -- September 10, 2019 -- Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), the membership and trade association for the technology community in Northern Virginia, today announced the appointment of six (6) additional members to the Board of Directors effective September 10, 2019. The new members will join NVTC’s current Board to help provide strategic guidance and direction to expand NVTC programs and strengthen membership reach in the region.

The new Board appointees include: (alphabetically)

Mr. Michael C. Condro, Partner Audit & Assurance, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Ms. Amy Gilliland, President, General Dynamics Information Technology
Mr. Jerry Erickson, Principal, Erickson Immigration Group
The Honorable Anne Holton, Interim President, George Mason University
Ms. Lorraine Lavet, Sector Leader – Association, Reston, Korn Ferry
Dr. Kurt Newman, President & CEO, Children's National

The group will join current members of NVTC’s board representing a wide range of the region’s technology companies, system integrators, service providers, and academic institutions. As one of the largest and most influential technology councils in the United States, NVTC is focused on helping companies connect, grow and scale their business through the powerful economic influence represented by their member organizations.

"NVTC’s board is a reflection of the unique business ecosystem that flourishes here in our region. We are thrilled to have such a respected and diverse group join our Board to help shape NVTC’s strategic direction,” said Bobbie Kilberg, President and CEO, NVTC. “I welcome, congratulate and thank these leaders for their election and agreeing to volunteer their time to serve our regions technology sector.”

“The diversity of leadership on the Board represents a global economic force in a variety of areas including cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence (AI), data analytics and more. Having ten of the nation’s leading universities, colleges and community colleges as part of our leadership will bring a unique perspective, particularly in the areas of workforce, next generation education and technology transfer,” said Richard Montoni, Chairman of the Board of NVTC, and Director of MAXIMUS.