Each year the National Capital Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) elects new members to its Board of Directors and selects a new president. These individuals are chosen to help guide the organization’s business and affairs and set its direction for the coming year.
ACG National Capital’s Board of Directors is an all volunteer board representing the various local industry sectors and all facets of ACG’s membership. During their four- year term, these individuals will work to establish guidelines and policies for the chapter. Directors participate on a team of committed industry leaders to establish the goals, strategies and objectives to enable the Chapter to fulfill its mission of driving middle-market corporate growth. They provide financial oversight and develop action plans and programs to support and grow membership, and increase the overall value of the organization.
The newest Board of Directors includes some of the most distinguished business leaders in the region. This robust group brings a strong voice to capital market growth and M&A strategy further extending the value that the Chapter offers to its members.
Greg Van Beuren was appointed as the new ACG Capital Chapter president, assuming the role from past president Jason Rigoli. Most recently, Greg was a managing director in the Defense & Government Services Group of BB&T Capital Markets | Windsor Group, where he advised on numerous middle-market M&A transactions ranging in value from $10 Million to more than $700 Million and resulting in more than $3.0 Billion in value for his clients.
This year’s new class also includes:
Joe Cormier, Sotera Defense Solutions, Inc
Joe Cormier is the executive vice president and chief financial officer for Sotera Defense Solutions, Inc. He joined the company in January 2010 and oversaw the company’s financial operations. As executive vice president and CFO, he is responsible for directing the fiscal functions of the company.
Dr. Sue Evans, Evans Incorporated
Dr. Sue Evans is the founder, president and CEO of Evans Incorporated, where she has led organizational assessment, business reengineering, change management and IT strategy projects for private, government and not-for-profit organizations.
She has conducted organization assessments and reengineering efforts, gathered system requirements and developed human modeling systems for the Air Force, Army, Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Catherine Jones, UGL Equis Services
Catherine Jones is a senior vice president at UGL Services’ Washington D.C. office, where her focus and expertise is on the planning and execution of complex projects for major corporations, professional firms and government entities. Catherine holds several industry and civic leadership positions in the greater Washington area. She is a board member of The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington D.C., a graduate of the Leadership Washington organization, and the 2008 Finance Chair for the Kennedy Center Choral Arts Gala and annually since 2009.
Beth Monroe, JustinBradley
Beth Monroe is the president of JustinBradley. She has 18 years experience forming and managing staffing and related service firms, including operations, sales, mergers and an IPO.
Randy Phillips, CSC
Randy Phillips is a corporate vice president and chief development officer (CDO) at CSC. He is the corporate officer responsible for strategic planning as well as identifying, negotiating, and closing all acquisitions, divestures, and related transactions that drive CSC’s growth strategies.
Manik Rath, LMI
Manik Rath is senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary at LMI, where he is responsible for the legal and corporate development affairs of the company. He has authored numerous articles, and frequently is invited to speak about corporate growth issues. He has been quoted in the Washington Post, Investor’s Business Daily, CBS Marketwatch, National Law Journal and StreetInsider.com, amongst others.
We want to congratulate the newest members of the ACG National Capital Board of Directors and our next ACG National Capital President. The addition of such talented, experienced and knowledgeable individuals to the association’s leadership guarantees the continued success of the National Capital Chapter.