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Vencore’s Mac Curtis Earns Northern Virginia Chamber Award for Chairing Heart Walk

Mac Curtis
Mac Curtis

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 27, 2016 — Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Vencore, has been named by the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce as the Executive Leader of the Year for his chairmanship of the 2015 Greater Washington Heart Walk, GovCon Executive reported Wednesday.

The Chamber presented the leadership award to Curtis during the 2016 Outstanding Corporate Citizenship Awards event, which sought to recognize company leaders’ work in corporate responsibility, Vencore said Tuesday.

The American Heart Association’s Heart Walk was held in November and raised $2.1 million for its cause.

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