AFCEA DC Names 2016-2017 Executive Board, Board Members

afcea_color_001TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 27, 2016 — The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s Washington chapter has named new members to its executive board for 2016 to 2017 as well as additional members to the board of directors, GovCon Executive reported Friday.

AFCEA said July 14 it appointed the following executives:

  • Dean Economou, CenturyLink – president
  • Nathan Jones, Red Hat – executive vice president
  • Mike Singer, Citrix – senior VP
  • John Green, The Green House Group – VP of chapter operations
  • John Meyer, ABC7/WJLA – VP of communications
  • Gary Langston, AT&T – VP of science, technology, engineering and math
  • Dina Flynn, 10FoldDC – VP of programs
  • Randy Strong, Leidos – VP of strategic initiatives
  • Brian Hajost, SteelCloud – treasurer
  • Doug Steele, Palo Alto Networks – secretary
  • Nick Nilan, Verizon – president of Young AFCEA
  • Anthony Robbins, AT&T – chair of Winter Gala

The new board members are:

  • Marqus Hutchinson, Intelligent Waves
  • Alan Lauder, IBM
  • Kyle Michl, Accenture
  • Matt Peeples, Juniper
  • Steve Risseeuw, SAP
  • Karen Terrell, SAS
  • Mark Valentine, Microsoft
  • Christine Vatidis, CA Technologies
  • Dan Wilbricht, LogRhythm

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