WashingtonExec’s Year in Review: 2015 Featured Stories

Chris Smith, VP of Technology, AT&T Government Solutions

Chris Smith, VP of Technology, AT&T Government Solutions

In our digital magazine you will find WashingtonExec’s top featured stories and interviews over the past six months.

Our company has grown to more than 11 outcome-based and result-oriented networking Councils. The WashingtonExec Internet of Things (IoT) Council, led by Chris Smith of AT&T Government Solutions, is in full-force with a speaker schedule of experts from the intelligence, defense, healthcare, public safety, and commercial industries. The implications for business model innovation are huge as IoT applications and devices infiltrate everyday life. The WashingtonExec IoT Council educates thought leaders and assists industry executives to drive the federal government’s IoT mission as the year 2020 rapidly approaches. Find out more by contacting info@washingtonexec.com.

The 2016 K-12 STEM Symposium: Opportunities in STEM will be held on Saturday, March 12th at The Nysmith School in Herndon, Virginia. Sign up now for the free, all-day forum that equally engages local parents, teachers and children at www.stemsymposium.com. Watch a recap of the 2015 K-12 STEM Symposium: The Parent Factor: How to Engage your Kids in STEM on WashingtonExec’s YouTube Page.

We at WashingtonExec want to send a special thank you to our readers, members, speakers and supporters for the impact that they have made not only in the local business community, but also within the development of our organization. Our daily and weekly digital magazine continues to expand, with more than 115,000 monthly readers and annual website page views of one million.

We look forward to publishing content about contract award wins, merger and acquisition activity, entrepreneurship, science and technology achievements, mentorship, nonprofit initiatives, and the leaders behind it all in 2016. Read the weekly digital magazine in its entirety here.


Brynn Koeppen

Editor-in-Chief of WashingtonExec

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