The Fort Meade Alliance (FMA) elected new members of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors during the FMA Annual Meeting on June 16, 2022 held at The Hotel at Arundel Preserve.
Board Members elected to the Executive Committee are Joe Pacileo of IronNet, Inc. as FMA President, Diana Gresham of Tectonix, LLC as FMA Vice-President, John McBeth of John McBeth, Inc. as FMA Treasurer and Roxanne Wood of Boeing Intelligence & Analytics. Will Metts of Amazon Web Services was re-appointed as FMA Secretary.
“I am deeply honored to serve in this way for an organization that generates real impact,” said newly-elected FMA President Joe Pacileo. “I look forward to working with a team of diverse leaders who continue to make the needs of the Fort Meade community a priority.”
New Board Members elected to a three-year term are Bill Dunahoo of Nexxis Solutions, Ryan Haussmann of Sandy Spring Bank and Mike Sellman of The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company.
Board Members re-elected as Directors are Paul Gentile of Panther, LLC, Dawn Lindsay of Anne Arundel Community College, Ken McCreedy of the U.S. Army (Retired), Maureen McMahon of Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Greg Prossner of Corporate Office Properties Trust and Larry Twele of Howard County Economic Development Authority.
The remaining Board Members are Kathy Castellano Burk of Baltimore Washington Medical Center Foundation, Mike Cameron of Farfield Systems, Inc., Shana Cosgrove of NYLA Technology Solutions, Inc., Jennifer Crockett of Kennedy Krieger Institute, Kirkland J. Murray of Anne Arundel County Development Corporation, Kendra Parlock of NPower Maryland and Jack Terry of Leidos.
The FMA would like to thank retiring Board Members Jenny Smith of Raytheon Company and Anne Wagner of Novetta/Wavestrike for their time supporting our mission.
A special thank you to Penny Cantwell of Sandy Spring Bank whose passion for education and workforce development helped make the FMA a regional powerhouse.
“We are forever grateful for Penny’s service and wish her all the best as she retires from the FMA and FMA Foundation Boards and also as Chair of the Education and Workforce Development Committee,” Pacileo said. “Penny has truly set the bar for what is means to be an FMA leader and community volunteer.