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NJVC Names IT Services Practice Lead, Capture Directors; Jody Tedesco Comments

NJVC has appointed Jan Sherwin practice lead for enterprise management services and information technology services and Mark Cronk and Willie Lau directors for capture.

President Jody Tedesco said in a release that the appointments were made to help the company reach its strategic goals and move the company into new markets.

Sherwin, a 20-year IT sales and service delivery veteran, most recently served as director for strategic partner programs at Verizon (NYSE: Z), where she developed a formal partner program.

That program sought Fortune 1000 partners to generate incremental revenue by creating technology.

Cronk, a 25-year software and network engineering veteran, preivously led capture and proposal operations at ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS).

At Exelis, he led pursuits, analyzed opportunities, developed pipelines and built industry and client relationships.

Lau, a 30-year contracting veteran, has most recently served as director and capture manager at Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC).

At CSC, she was responsibile for providing capture support across the company’s Army division, including sensors and biometric systems.

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