CNSI CEO Todd Stottlemyer Receives Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) Hall of Fame Award
Respected Technology Industry Executive Recognized for Contributions to the National Capital Region’s Technology Business Community
McLean, VA – September 24, 2020 – CNSI, a leading business solutions provider in developing and delivering innovative health information technology solutions, announced today that Todd Stottlemyer, the company’s CEO, has received the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Michael G. Devine Hall of Fame Award for his contributions to the National Capital Region’s technology business community. Stottlemyer was honored last night at the annual Greater Washington Technology CFO Awards event.
Awarded annually, the Michael G. Devine Hall of Fame Award salutes an extraordinary leader whose contributions have had a significant and unique impact on the National Capital Region’s technology business community during his or her career.
“Todd Stottlemyer’s induction into the NVTC Hall of Fame is a well-deserved honor,” said Greg Baroni, Chairman and CEO of Attain and Chair of the Board for NVTC. “Throughout his career, and particularly during his tenure leading the NVTC Board, Todd has been one of our region’s superstars. He continues to make a direct and significant impact on growing the technology community in Northern Virginia and Greater Washington.”
“It is a tremendous honor to receive the Michael G. Devine Hall of Fame Award,” said Stottlemyer. “Mike Devine set the standard for what it means to be a hall of fame honoree.” Stottlemyer added, “I am deeply humbled to join such a distinguished group of past recipients and technology industry stalwarts, including two of my longtime friends and mentors, Mike Daniels and Bill Conway.”
Past NVTC Michael G. Devine Hall of Fame awardees include, among others, Mike Daniels (SAIC/Network Solutions), Bill Conway (The Carlyle Group), Steve Case (AOL), Peter Barris (NEA), Nigel Morris (Capital One), April Young (Hercules Technology Growth Capital), Gene Riechers (FBR), and Mark Warner (Columbia Capital).
Prior to joining CNSI in 2018, Stottlemyer served as CEO of the Inova Health System’s Center for Personalized Health; as CEO of Acentia, a private equity backed information technology company (now part of MAXIMUS); as CEO of Apogen Technologies, a private equity backed information technology company (now part of Perspecta); as President of McGuireWoods Consulting; as Chief Financial Officer of BTG, a publicly-traded information technology company (now part of L-3); and as Corporate Vice President and a member of the senior executive leadership team of BDM International, a two times publicly traded and private equity backed information technology company (now part of Northrop Grumman).
Stottlemyer has served on numerous company boards and currently serves as a Venture Partner for Blue Delta Capital Partners and on the boards of LMI, IST Research, Verato, and The Peterson Companies. In addition to his corporate board service, Stottlemyer is a former chair of the boards of directors of the Northern Virginia Technology Council and the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce. Stottlemyer also previously served as a Commissioner on the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority and as a member of the William & Mary Board of Visitors, serving as Rector (board chair) for five years. Stottlemyer is currently a member of the board of directors of the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts.
Stottlemyer has received numerous awards and recognition for his business and community leadership, including being recognized as one of the “20 Most Admired CEOs” in the Washington, DC region by Washington Smart CEO magazine; as one of the 50 “Most Admired CEOs” in the Washington, DC region by the Washington Business Journal; and as one of the 50 most influential Virginians by Virginia Business magazine. Stottlemyer also received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce for business excellence and lifetime contributions to the community and the Northern Virginia Community Trustee Award for outstanding community service from Leadership Fairfax.
CNSI delivers a broad range of health information technology enterprise solutions and customizable products to a diverse base of state and federal agencies and commercial clients. We align, build, and manage innovative, high-quality, cost-effective solutions that help clients achieve their mission, enhance business performance, reduce costs, and improve the health for over 50 million Americans. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, CNSI employs a world-class team of technologists, program managers, and subject matter experts, all of whom have experience with large scale mission-critical information technology implementations. CNSI’s website is: http://www.cns-inc.com.