VirginiaFIRST Board

jeff seaton judges

VirginiaFIRST Board Member and Master of Ceremonies Jeff Seaton

Foundation Board

Scott McKay (President) – CIO and Sr. Vice President, Operations and Quality, Genworth Financial

Robert Stolle (Vice President) – Vice President for Regional Growth Programs, Center for Innovative Technology

Samantha Marrs (Secretary/Treasurer) – Senior Associate, Unversity Development, Virginia Commonwealth University

Paul Chi – Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton

Rich Conti – Director/CEO, Science Museum of Virginia

Michael Duncan – Managing Partner, Donnachaidh Associates

Gulu Gambhir – CTP and Senior Vice President, Leidos

Lyn McDermid – Senior Vice President & CIO, Dominion

Connie Nyholm – Managing Partner, Virginia International Raceway

Richard Ramsey – Director, Advanous

Paul Rocheleau – Chairman and CIO, VSLI, Inc.

Jeff Seaton – CIO, NASA Langley Research Center

Brian Snodgrass – VITA Program, Director Enterprise Services and Operations, Northrop Grumman Information Systems

Advisory Board

Denyse Carroll – STEM Coordinator, SPARK

Hans de Koning – President, Flexicell

Robby Demeria – Executive Director, RichTech

Andrew Glowatsky – Plant Manager, Church & Dwight Co., Inc.

Amy Harris – Director of SySTEMic Programs, Northern Virginia Community College

Rosalyn Hobson Hargraves, Ph.D. – Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University

Mark W. Allen – Plant Manager, DuPont Teijin Films Spruance

John Karaffa, DBA. – President, ProSport CPA, PLLC

Stephanie Lockhart – Director, Software Engineering, Lockheed Martin Corporation

Josh Long – Control Systems Technical Specialist, Bechtel System Infrastructure, Inc.

Toiya Sosa – Regional Public Affairs & Community Relations Manager, GEICO

Zuzana Steen – University and Academic Relations Manager, Micron Technologies, Inc.

Nick Swayne – Coordinator of External Relations & Outreach, College of Education, James Madison University

Martha Walker – Community Viability Specialist, Virginia Cooperative Extension

Science Matters logo approved