Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Council
Anne Altman, BS Marketing '82
Everyone Matters Inc.
Anne Altman is the former general manager of IBM Corporation's U.S Federal Government and Industries sector. In this role, Altman was responsible for the strategy, direction, development of solutions, and sales for driving IBM's multi-billion business with Federal Government Clients in the United States. Known as a transformational leader, she has often been tapped to address complex business challenges within IBM and on behalf of clients. Most notably, she helped establish IBM's footprint as a major force in the U.S. Federal market; and led the company's server hardware business during the most important product launch in the history of the mainframe business – the System z mainframe.
Altman is a recipient of the prestigious Eagle Award, one of the highest honors issued to technology partners serving the Federal market. In addition, her outstanding contributions to the information technology industry and its clients include: Federal Computer Week's Top Federal 100, Washingtonian Magazine Top Tech Titans, Washington's 100 Most Powerful Women, the AFFIRM Leadership Award for Industry, and the CIO Council's Azimuth Award for the Industry Executive of the Year. Altman sits on the Board of Directors of SPXFlow Inc, as well as the Treasurer for the NSO and Vice Chairman of NVTC. She also sits on the President's Innovation Council at George Mason University.
Her professional success and tireless support of her alma mater were recognized in 2011 when she was honored as Mason's School of Business Alumna of the Year.
Community Foundation for Northern Virginia
Eileen M. Ellsworth has been the President of the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia since 2005. With $37 million in managed assets, the Community Foundation engages donors to help grow philanthropy in the region. During her 10 years as President, Ellsworth has grown the Community Foundation’s discretionary grant making levels from $12,000 in 2005 to $506,000 in 2014. She created the Future Fund, a giving circle for young professionals in Northern Virginia, created the Loudoun Impact Fund for strategic philanthropic investments in Loudoun County, created the Healthy Kids Grants to promote children’s health and help prevent childhood obesity, created the Innovation Fund to support programs that nurture inventiveness, creativity and new design, and launched the new Business Women’s Giving Circle to support women’s entrepreneurship and STEM education for girls. She led Community Foundation efforts to commission and publish the first ever Child and Youth Needs Assessment across the region, and in 2014, the Community Foundation published two additional comprehensive needs assessments – one addressing the needs of the aging population and the second addressing the needs of military personnel, veterans and their families in Northern Virginia.
An attorney by training, Ellsworth was a trial attorney in private practice in Connecticut and New York and later the General Counsel of Best Software in Reston, VA. Eileen serves on the Community Foundation National Standards Board, the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce Board, and the Loudoun County CEO Cabinet. She lives in Oakton with her husband Bob Weil.
Michael Gallagher, MBA '94
The Stevie Awards
Prominent Patriot '16 and Alumni Service Award '14
To honor the millions of business executives and workers worldwide who quietly accomplish innovative and extraordinary things in the workplace every day, Michael Gallagher founded the Stevie® Awards in 2002. The name Stevie comes from the Greek name Stefanos, which means "crowned." Prior to founding the Stevie Awards, Gallagher focused his energies on marketing, sales, and product development, including serving as Vice President of Sales & Marketing with the Hoover's Media Technologies division of Hoover's Inc., the leading provider of information on public and private companies worldwide. Most recently, he was vice president of Sales & Marketing with Amazing Media, an online advertising company. Gallagher holds a bachelor of arts from Fordham University in New York City and a master of business administration from George Mason University. Gallagher was president of the alumni chapter in 2011-13 and was also a Director at Large.
Mark Gottlieb has been an entrepreneur most of his life. His first major company was DesignTech International which produced over $125 million in consumer electronic products. Mostly automotive and telephone accessories. His last company was LogicMark, LLC which produced a line of Personal Emergency Response System for the home healthcare market. This company received the honor of making the INC 500/5000 awards the last two years for its record growth before he sold the company in 2011.
Gottlieb has earned two masters degrees from Stanford University. One in Engineering Management (IE) and the other in Product Design (ME). After graduate school, he worked as a consultant for SRI International and taught as an Associate professor at George Washington University. He has been awarded 25 US patents. Gottlieb is active in the angel investing area supporting and mentoring several start-ups. He has several other Board positions and is also active in the community. He lives in Fairfax Station with his wife Sharon.
Sumeet Shrivastava, Executive MBA '94
President and CEO
Array Information Technology
Prominent Patriot '13, School of Business Alumni Service Award '15, School of Business Distinguished Alumni Award '16
Sumeet Shrivastava is an accomplished executive and proven business leader with more than two decades of experience in the government IT industry. As president and CEO of Array Information Technology, he provides overall corporate leadership for the company’s growth and delivery strategy, which has included a successful graduation from the 8(a)program and leading a management buyout in 2018. Array has become a leading provider of application solutions to federal agencies.
Prior to Array, Shrivastava was SVP for public sector at Keane (now NTT Data), and then SVP for North American commercial sales and marketing. As SVP of public sector, he oversaw a business unit providing services to federal, state and local agencies. Prior to Keane, Shrivastava was the EVP and COO of ANSTEC, a Government IT contractor. ANSTEC grew through the 8(a) program and transitioned to a mid-tier organization primarily supporting the DOD Logistics community. In 1999, he led the company’s sale to Keane.
Shrivastava is highly involved not only in the School of Business, but also with the university. He currently serves on the George Mason University Foundation Board of Trustees and is president of the university's alumni association. Shrivastava also sits on the President’s Innovation Council. At the School of Business, he is on the Center for Government Contracting Advisory Council, Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Advisory Council, and Dean's Advisory Council. He also served as the school's alumni chapter president from 2016-17. He recently created the Shrivastava Diversity and Inclusivity Scholarship Endowment.
Dale "Dusty" Wince, Jr., Executive MBA '12
Aligned2 Founder Dusty Wince weds his real-world business acumen with executive coaching and advisory services to help entrepreneurs excel and their companies grow. He draws on his 30-plus years leading start-up companies from inception to acquisition to integration, particularly those focused on cyber security and enterprise technology services, to strengthen individual and enterprise decision-making and deliver better outcomes.
Prior to Aligned2, Wince served as the vice president of ManTech’s Cyber Security Solutions Division after the $68 million acquisition of his Knowledge Consulting Group (KCG) in 2015. He founded KCG in 2000, presiding over its growth from one to 250+ employees and its recognition as the largest privately held cyber security services firm in the federal market. ManTech’s Cyber Security Solutions Division, subsequently grew to 385+ cyber professionals who produced revenues of $138 million annually. Wince's depth of hands-on business experience includes expertise with consulting, technology service delivery, financial management, operations and business development. He also was co-founder and Vice President of Business Impact Systems (BIS), the 1998 No. 1 Fastest Growing Technology Company in Virginia and the District of Columbia. He sold BIS to CIBER for $63 million. Wince began his career with Electronic Data Systems and spent more than 10 years with the Military Systems Division.
Wince has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Finance from the University of Phoenix and a Masters of Business Administration with a National Defense concentration from George Mason University. He completed the General Management Program for executives at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School. He also completed the Executive and Organizational Coaching Program at Columbia University and achieved Columbia University’s highest certification level for Executive Coaching.
Wince serves as the Chair of the George Mason School of Business Dean’s Advisory Council and on the School of Business Innovation/Entrepreneurship and GovCon boards.