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Elections for the 2011 Board of Directors Results

by Communications Team on November 15, 2010  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

This year, all members in good standing were offered a ballot.  This was done by emailing a ballot that contains both the names of nominees for vacant positions as well as those of incumbents who are continuing their second year of service.  Only the vacant positions are to be filled by the voting process.

This year, we had only two vacancies, President Elect and Treasurer. The nominating committee, George Anderson and John Lewis, have nominated Gundars Osvalds and Glenn Gillaspy for President Elect and Treasurer, respectively.

Winner — President Elect Mr. Gundars Osvalds

DaveMr. Gundars Osvalds is a Senior Principal Enterprise Architect at Northrop Grumman where he is responsible for developing processes that support the design of systems that meet the needs of our customers. Mr. Osvalds supports large government transformation programs with systems engineering and architecture tasks, including planning, implementation and reviews of architectural products, and processes for architectural design and modeling. Mr. Osvalds has used and supported the DoDAF and OMB FEA architecture frameworks for the Federal Government and DoD communities. Currently Mr. Osvalds is developing Model Driven Systems Engineering techniques and tools for use in large systems. Mr. Osvalds is a member of the INCOSE team supporting the ISO on enterprise architecture concepts for the next version of ISO 15704 and 42010 (an update of IEEE 1471). He supported the Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC) Interoperability Framework (NIF) Architectural Concepts Functional Team and Working Group in the development of the NIF Reference Manual.

Winner — TreasurerMr. Glenn Gillaspy

DaveGlenn Gillaspy holds an MBA from the University of South Dakota and a BBA from Texas Christian University (TCU). His SE professional experience since 2002 has been at Ft. Meade and FBI headquarters. He was awarded DAWIA Level III in program management in an assignment while awaiting his polygraph. Prior to that, Glenn was with SAIC for two years at Edgewood Arsenal and the Boeing Company for seventeen years in their Washington, DC office and their Helicopter division in Philadelphia. His assignments include: the V-22 Osprey / Tilt-rotor program office, successful proposals, Boeing Computer Services and advanced research programs. His Army Reserve military assignments as an officer include program manager and auditor-in-charge. While on active duty he was an Air Force missile combat crew commander in an inter-continental ballistic missile (ICBM) command post. Decorations include: 15th Air Force combat readiness medal, outstanding unit award and marksmanship. His military schools include: the Government Comptrollership Course, and the Senior Internal Auditor Course and missile operations, all in residence. Off-hour activities include various technical and business correspondence courses, a board member with the Big Brother / Big Sisters organization, Certified Toastmasters, Lions club, the American Legion, and church work.

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