Todd Stottlemyer to Succeed Michael Daniels as LMI Board Chair in January

Todd Stottlemyer

Todd Stottlemyer, CEO of health information technology company CNSI, has been named chairman of LMI’s board of directors in a move that will take effect on Jan. 1.

He will succeed Michael Daniels, who will retire by the end of 2018 after serving 11 years on the board, LMI said Tuesday.

“We look forward to working with Todd as we build upon this success to enhance and expand our support to other federal clients,” said David Zolet, LMI president and CEO and a 2018 Wash100 recipient.

Stottlemyer was recently appointed CEO of CNSI and previously served as head of Inova Health System’s Center for Personalized Health.

He has been on the board of LMI since 2015 and is former president, CEO and board member of the National Federation of Independent Business.

Stottlemyer sits on the board of the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, United Bank, Blue Delta Capital Partners, Virginia Business Higher Education Council, Helping Children Worldwide and the Northern Virginia Technology Council.

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