2020 IAC Executive Committee Candidates Announced
Congratulations to the 2020 IAC Executive Committee Candidates. We were extremely fortunate this year to have such a large number of highly qualified individuals express an interest in serving on the IAC Executive Committee. After extensive deliberations, the Nominating Committee has unanimously agreed on an outstanding slate of candidates that has been unanimously endorsed by the IAC Executive Committee. All of the candidates have great experience as well as proven track records of commitment to and participation in ACT-IAC activities, and will stand for election in June.
The 2020 IAC Executive Committee candidates are:
Executive Vice Chair (1 position):
Margie Graves, Margie Graves, LLC
Tim Smith, On Point Consulting
Vice Chair Finance (1 position):
Tim Cooke, ASI Government
Vice Chair at Large (4 positions):
Jonathan Benett, Adobe
Todd Hager, Macro Solutions
Ann-Marie Johnson, Ardent MC
Ellen Kuhn, Oracle
Kelly Morrison, Grant Thornton
Simon Szykman, Attain LLC
Gregory Touhill, AppGate Federal
Kevin Youel Page, Deloitte
All of those elected will assume office on July 1, 2020. The Vice Chair for Finance and Vice Chairs at Large will serve two year terms. The Executive Vice Chair will become the IAC Chair on July 1, 2021 and then serve as Chair for two years. Each IAC member company in good standing at the time of the election will be entitled to vote, and the vote is cast by the official company POC.
Additional Information. In the days ahead, please keep an eye on the ACT-IAC News Flash where will we be periodically highlighting the election process as well as providing links to the ACT-IAC website where you will be able to read bios and watch a short campaign video for each candidate. On Thursday, June 4th, we will also hold a virtual membership meeting where we will play the campaign videos for each candidate. Voting will then commence on June 10th and close on June 24th. The IAC Bylaws (Article VI, Section 4) provide that additional individuals may be added to the slate of candidates through a petitioning process. A petition must be signed by at least 10% of the IAC member company points of contact and submitted to the ACT-IAC CEO, Dave Wennergren no later than May 22nd this year. If you would like to know more about the petition process or have any other questions or need additional information about the election process, please contact Dave Wennergren by email email@example.com or by phone (703) 963-5573. Thank you for your continued support of the important work of ACT-IAC to deliver better government mission outcomes through education, collaboration and leadership.