CNSI CEO receives NoVa Technology Council Hall of Fame award
Todd Stottlemyer is former chair of NVTC Board and NoVa Chamber of Commerce
Todd Stottlemyer, CEO of McLean-based health information technology provider CNSI, is the 2020 recipient of the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s (NVTC) annual Michael G. Devine Hall of Fame Award for his contributions to the technology business community.
“Todd Stottlemyer’s induction into the NVTC Hall of Fame is a well-deserved honor,” Greg Baroni, chairman and CEO of Attain LLC and NVTC board chair, said in a statement. “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.”
The Michael G. Devine Hall of Fame Award is presented annually to a leader whose contributions have had a significant impact on the National Capital Region’s technology business community during his or her career. Stottlemyer, former chair of the NVTC Board of Directors, was honored Thursday night at the annual Greater Washington Technology CFO Awards event.
“It is a tremendous honor to receive the Michael G. Devine Hall of Fame Award,” Stottlemyer said in a statement. “Mike Devine set the standard for what it means to be a hall of fame honoree. 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.”
Before joining CNSI in 2018, Stottlemyer served as the CEO for the Inova Health System’s Center for Personalized Health and also served in executive leadership positions with technology firms including Acentia (now part of Maximus), Apogen Technologies (now part of Perspecta Inc.) as well as McGuireWoods Consulting, BTG (now part of L-3) and BDM International (now part of Northrop Grumman Corp.)
He currently serves as a venture partner for Blue Delta Capital Partners and is on the boards of LMI, IST Research, Verato, The Peterson Cos. and the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. He is also a former chair of the board of directors of the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce and has 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 for five years.