CompTIA Elects 2012 Board

Five IT executives have joined CompTIA‘s 2012 board of directors, which will continue to be led by Autotask Corp. founder Bob Godgart.

The new members are:

  • Don Bentz, co-founder of Preferred IT Group LLC, Columbia City, Ind., a provider of IT computer network services, support and consulting to SMBs
  • Mike Brogan, president, CEO and principal of Erb’s Technology Solutions, an IT provider
  • Paul Cronin, senior vice president of Atrion Networking Corp., an IT services company
  • Frank J. Vitagliano, senior vice president of worldwide channels for networking supplier Juniper Networks Inc.
  • Dan Wensley, vice president of partner development and marketing for Level Platform, a managed services software provider in Canada.

The new board further is comprised of eight existing executives, elected for another year. Those members are:

  • Vice chairman Chuck Lennon, president of TeamLogic IT
  • Robert Stegner, senior vice president of marketing, North America, for SYNNEX Corp.
  • Nancy K. Hedrick, president and CEO, CSI: Technology Outfitters
  • Linda Lynch, president of KI Technology Group
  • Mike Parrottino, vice president of personal systems group sales and business management of HP
  • Fernando Quintero, vice president of channel sales and operations, Americas, McAfee
  • Janet Schijns, vice president of the business solutions group, Verizon
  • MJ Shoer, founder, president and virtual CTO, Jenaly Technology Group

CompTIA president Todd Thibodeaux remains a voting member of the board, while two other CompTIA executives hold non-voting board officer posts. Dan Liutikas, CompTIA’s chief legal officer, serves as board secretary; and David Sommer, CFO, is board treasurer.

Leaving the CompTIA board at the end of this year are Lester Keizer, XiloCore; Kerry McDonough, Cisco Systems Inc.; Michael Menegay, Mobile Armor Inc.; Bob O’Malley, InFocus Corp.; and Dan Shapero, Kaseya.

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