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New ACT and IAC board members

I've been so busy blogging about other stuff, I haven't posted much about the Management of Change conference here in Richmond, Va., where I have been since Sunday. I will get to that.

One of the announcements out of the conference has been the new board members of both the Industry Advisory Council and the American Council for Technology.

Here is their announcement:

The 2007 Industry Advisory Council Executive Committee elections are now complete, and the votes have been tallied. I am proud to announce the successful candidates, who will serve on the Executive Committee during the 2007–2009 term. As you may know, the ACT Board has also just completed elections, and I would like to announce the new ACT Board members as well.

Newly elected IAC Executive Committee members, who will take office on July 1st, 2007 and serve until June 30th, 2009 include:

Ø Executive Vice Chair 2007-2008; Chair 2008-2009: Leslie Steele, Founder and CEO, InterImage, Inc.
Ø Vice Chair at Large: Robert Dix, Jr., Director, Government Affairs, Juniper Networks.
Ø Vice Chair at Large: Maria Horton, Founder and CEO, EmeSec, Inc.
Ø Vice Chair at Large: Andy Robinson, Senior Vice President for Information Technology and Program Management, ICF International.
Ø Vice Chair at Large: Patrick Schambach, President, Civilian Sector, Nortel Government Solutions, Inc.
Ø Vice Chair at Large: Sally Turner, Director, Strategic Initiatives, CGI Federal.

Those elected will be joining the following current Executive Committee members, who will serve the second year of their two year term ending June 30, 2007.

Ø Chair 2007-2008: Venkatapathi Puvvada of Unisys.
Ø Vice Chair for Management and Finance: Paul Cohen of Pragmatics.
Ø Vice Chair for Shared Interest Groups: Dan Matthews of Lockheed Martin.
Ø Vice Chair at Large: Mary Ellen Condon of SRA International.

ACT Board Members for 2007 through 2009

Note that ACT Board members serve in a personal rather than professional capacity. Their professional titles are provided here only for informational purposes.

The newly elected members of the ACT Board who will assume office as of July 1, 2007 are as follows:

Ø President: Martha Dorris, Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of Citizen Services and Communications, General Services Administration
Ø Vice President at Large: Michael Carleton, Chief Information Officer, General Services Administration
Ø Vice President at Large: Linda Cureton, Chief Information Officer and Director of the Information Technology and Communications Directorate, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Goddard Space Flight Center
Ø Vice President at Large: Prashant Gaur, Defense Enterprise Integration Executive, Defense Business Transformation Agency
Ø Vice President at Large: Mark Krzysko, Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense
Ø Vice President at Large: Jacquelyn Patillo, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Department of Transportation
Ø Vice President at Large: William Vajda, Chief Information Officer, Department of Education
Ø Vice President at Large: Stephen Warren, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary and Deputy Chief Information Officer, Department of Veterans Affairs
Ø Vice President at Large: Gary Wetterhall, Assistant Program Executive Officer, Enterprise Information Systems, Department of the Army
Ø Vice President at Large: James Williams, Commissioner, Federal Acquisition Service
Ø Vice President at Large: Jerry Williams, Deputy Chief Information Officer, Department of Agriculture

Also on the ACT Board of Directors are:

Ø Chair, Industry Advisory Council: Venkatapathi Puvvada, Chief Technology Officer, Unisys
Ø Director, Intergovernmental Advisory Board: Darlene Meskell, General Services Administration

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jun 05, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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