Co-Founder and CEO of Everyone Matters, Inc.
Anne Altman is Co-Founder and CEO of Everyone Matters, Inc., a social impact enterprise founded in 2017 dedicated to ensuring that everyone has equal access to citizen- based services, healthcare and education. Anne is an experienced and respected Corporate Director serving on numerous public and private boards. She is Board Chair of Siemens Government Technologies, Inc.; Board Vice Chair of Maximus, Inc.; and independent director of Techflow, Inc., Knightswan Acquisition Corp., and Gunnison Consulting, Inc. She also serves as special advisor to Craft, Inc. Her committee responsibilities include Nominating and Governance, Technology, Compensation and Audit. Additionally, Anne also serves on the boards of the Northern Virginia Technology Council, The National Symphony Orchestra, The George Mason University Leadership Council, The George Mason University School of Business Advisory Council and the GMU Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Executive Vice President, ICF
Ellen Glover joined ICF in 2005 and has more than 30 years of experience in the technology market. At ICF, she leads an organization that provides services to government and commercial clients in technology, digital interactive, strategic communications, cybersecurity, program management, and organizational research and learning. Previously, Ellen held executive positions at Advanced Technology Systems, Impact Innovations Group, and Dynamics Research Corporation.
Founding Partner and Executive Chairman of SteeleHarbour
Deepak Hathiramani is a Founding Partner and Executive Chairman of SteeleHarbour. Working with the CEO, Mr. Hathiramani serves as a trusted advisor to help execute the firm’s vision, strategic plan and corporate governance initiatives. He is a member of the firm’s Investment Committee. He is also the founder and Managing Director of Hathi Partners LLC, a family office investment firm focused on alternative investments including private equity and venture capital. Mr. Hathiramani is also the founder of Vistronix Intelligence and Technology Solutions, a national security solutions provider, until its acquisition by Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC) Federal Holding Company. Mr. Hathiramani served as the Chairman, CEO and president of Vistronix and was a member of the Audit and Compensation Committees.
|Linnie M. Haynesworth
Retired Sector Vice President and General Manager of the Cyber and Intelligence Mission Solutions Division for Northrop Grumman Corporation’s (NGC) Mission Systems Sector
Ms. Haynesworth is a highly regarded operational leader with an extensive background in technology integration, cybersecurity risk management, strategic planning and large complex software-intensive system development, delivery and deployment to US government and international customers. With P&L operational responsibility for multiple $1B+ divisions, she retired in 2019 as the Sector Vice President and General Manager of the Cyber and Intelligence Mission Solutions Division for Northrop Grumman Corporation’s (NGC) Mission Systems Sector. Linnie also led Engineering, Supply Chain and Product Development functions for the NGC space sector. Ms. Haynesworth received her BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California (USC) and is the 2019 recipient of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering Mark A. Stevens Distinguished Alumni Award.
CEO, Keenan & Associates
Tim is the CEO of Keenan & Associates. Keenan & Associates is a firm focused on assisting small to mid-sized firms in the strategic planning and tactical execution to move their firms to the next level of performance. Prior to this, Tim co-founded and operated HPTi for nearly 20 years until its' successful sale to DRC in June of 2011. He has also served as an adjunct professor at George Mason University and Georgetown University in management and entrepreneurship.
Founder & Chairperson of the Board, Creative Associates International
M. Charito Kruvant is Founder and Chairperson of the Board of Creative Associates International. Under Charito’s four decades of leadership, Creative has grown to become a leading implementer to international agencies including the U.S. Agency for International Development, the U.S. Department of State, European governments and The World Bank, among others. Charito has served on numerous Boards, including: The Donors of Color Network, a philanthropic and political outlet for high-net worth donors committed to building power for people of color; the Acacia Federal Savings Bank; the Calvert Funds for socially responsible investing; the Summit Fund of Washington; and on the executive and grants committees of the Venture Philanthropy Partners, an organization that invests in change-makers to find holistic solutions for the 580,000 vulnerable children and youth in Greater Washington, D.C.
|David H. Langstaff
Executive Vice President, Leadership Division, The Aspen Institute
David has served as the Executive Vice President for Leadership and Seminars at The Aspen Institute for over 20 years. Previously, Mr. Langstaff served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of TASC, Inc. He was named President & CEO and served in that capacity from March 2011 through November 2013. Previously, Mr. Langstaff was Founder, President & Chief Executive Officer and Director of Veridian Corporation from its formation in 1997 until its sale to General Dynamics in August 2003. Veridian was an advanced technology company that specialized in mission-critical national security programs primarily for the U.S. Government.
General Partner, Blue Delta Capital Partners
Phil Nolan has been involved with Blue Delta since 2011. Mr. Nolan was Chairman, President, and CEO of Stanley, Inc., which he took public in 2006 and then sold to CGI Group in August 2010 for $1.2 billion. Phil was also the CEO of Camber Corporation, which was acquired by Huntington Ingalls Industries in 2016.
Senior Advisor, The Carlyle Group
Charles O. Rossotti is a Senior Advisor focused primarily on investments in the fields of information technology and business services. Previously, Mr. Rossotti served from 1997 to 2002 as Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, the federal agency that serves 175 million taxpayers and employs 100,000 people. As a result of his leadership, the public’s rating of the IRS increased greatly and relationships of trust with Congress, tax professionals and business groups were restored, and the agency’s effectiveness turned around. In 1970, Mr. Rossotti co-founded American Management Systems, Inc. and until 1997 served at various times as President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman. AMS grew through his tenure, becoming a major international business systems consulting and systems integration firm with revenues of more than $1 billion.
President and CEO, Array Information Technology
As president and CEO of Array Information Technology, he provides overall corporate leadership for the company’s growth and delivery strategy. Prior to Array, Shrivastava was SVP for public sector at Keane (now NTT Data), and then SVP for North American commercial sales and marketing. As SVP of public sector, he oversaw a business unit providing services to federal, state and local agencies. Prior to Keane, Shrivastava was the EVP and COO of ANSTEC, a Government IT contractor. In 1999, he led the company’s sale to Keane. Shrivastava is highly involved not only in GMU's School of Business, but also with the university. He currently serves on the George Mason University Foundation Board of Trustees and is president of the university's alumni association. Shrivastava also sits on the President’s Innovation Council. At the School of Business, he is on the Center for Government Contracting Advisory Council, Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Advisory Council, and Dean's Advisory Council.
President and CEO, Celero Strategies, LLC
Stan Soloway is president and CEO of Celero Strategies, LLC. He formerly served as president and CEO of the Professional Services Council, and was deputy undersecretary of Defense for acquisition reform and director of the Defense Reform Initiative during the Clinton administration, receiving the Secretary of Defense Medals for Outstanding and Distinguished Public Service. He is a principal of the Partnership for Public Service and a member of National Contract Management Association’s Executive Advisory Board.
Managing Partner, Razor's Edge Ventures
Peggy is a co-founder and Managing Partner at Razor’s Edge Ventures. Peggy focuses on investments in big data, cyber security, high performance computing, space and technology-focused government solutions businesses. Peggy presently serves on the Board of Directors of Razor’s Edge portfolio companies Corsha and Veros, is an observer to the Board of Directors of Proscia, RackTop Systems, 3DEO and BlackSea, and also serves on the Board of Directors of 9Lenses and TenantBase.