Earlier today The SI Organization named Mac Curtis President and CEO of the company. Read our story here.
This week, WashingtonExec featured Arvind Manocha, President and CEO of Wolf Trap, in a new interview. Manocha stepped into his current role earlier this year and brings to the job more than 40 years of experience working in performing arts community. He reveals some of Wolf Trap’s future plans and talks about the venue’s many early-learning STEM programs.
Also, check out our interview with Jeri Lassiter, CEO of ASM Research Inc. and read her thoughts on the firm’s 2013 SECAF Government Contractor Award win. Lassiter gives advice to small businesses and shares her thoughts on the current budget climate.
Paul Leslie, CEO of Dovel Technologies, is the latest executive to participate in our Summer Reading List series and shares what books he’s looking forward to reading in the coming months.
Our latest Wine and Dine guest column by Christopher Parente of Strategic Communications Group answers the question, “What Should American Pinot Noir Taste Like?”
Don’t forget that today is the last day to register for INSA’s 29th Annual William Oliver Baker Awards. Taking place Friday, June 7th, the dinner will honor General Michael Hayden with the award. The Young AFCEA Bethesda chapter is hosting the 9th Annual Charity Golf Tournament Friday, June 28th at the Golf Club at Lansdowne in Lansdowne, Va. The tournament raises money for U.S. service members.
For more on this week’s contract wins, executive moves and STEM news, click here.