LeapFrog Solutions’ Advisory Board Three Executives Stronger

Todd Stottlemyer, Acentia

LeapFrog Solutions, Inc. (LFS), a marketing communications management firm, appointed three local technology leaders to its board of advisors: Mike Daniels, former chairman and CEO of Network Solutions and Mobile 365; Todd Stottlemyer, CEO of Acentia; and Cynthia Traeger, CEO of Pacific Siren International LLC.

“I am very pleased that Mike Daniels, Todd Stottlemyer and Cynthia Traeger have agreed to join the LFS team,” said Lisa Martin, CEO of LeapFrog Solutions. “All three are leading experts in technology and working with government agencies. I look forward to drawing from their experience as we grow our company integrating effective communications with emerging technologies for our government customers and the companies that serve them.”

Daniels rose to national industry prominence with SAIC, serving as a member of the senior management team. While there, he purchased Network Solutions, leading it through a successful initial public offering. But it doesn’t stop there; as CEO of Mobile 365, Daniels oversaw the sale of the company to Sybase, serving with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency of the U.S. Department of Defense.

He also served on numerous international commissions and advisory boards, on the United States Trade Representatives International Investment Policy Advisory Commission, and was a U.S. National Commissioner to UNESCO. Additionally, Daniels has served as a senior White House advisor on international technology and as a senior advisor to the National Security Council.

Acentia, with Stottlemyer as CEO, provides lifecycle IT services and solutions to federal agencies, state and local governments, and commercial customers. Prior to Acentia, Stottlemyer was executive vice president and member of the executive management team for Inova Health System.

He was also Apogen Technologies’ founder, CEO and a member of the board of directors, leading its successful sale to QinetiQ, a publicly traded British technology company. Stottlemyer served as president of McGuireWoods Consulting and was also founder and managing director of McGuireWoods Capital Group.

Traeger concurrently serves as CEO of Pacific Siren International LLC, a diversified technology holding company, and president of VSI Pacific, a Pacific holding. Pacific Siren International’s mission is to identify and acquire strategically beneficial assets and technologies.

Traeger also serves as co-director of the Founder Institute (Washington, D.C.) and is an accomplished senior operating executive and digital entrepreneur with 30-plus years of experience growing technology-focused businesses. She has a strong track record in strategy and business development across traditional technology and digital media companies.

 

 

 

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