Intelligent Waves (IW), a leading IT integrator that delivers mission-focused multi-domain operational expertise and innovation to the Government through high-impact technology solutions, is thrilled to announce that Tony Crescenzo, its own President, and CEO, was named as one of Northern Virginia Technology Council’s (NVTC) 2025 Board of Directors.
NVTC, the trade association representing the National Capital Region’s technology community, today announced the appointment of 18 individuals to its Board of Directors. This incoming class of 2025 will join NVTC’s current Board in guiding the organization’s strategy and providing insight to advance its mission.
“This year’s class of NVTC Board members includes outstanding leaders who reflect the makeup of our diverse technology community. They each bring unique perspectives and ideas and will help NVTC grow our tech industry and create greater access to the thousands of open jobs in our region,” said NVTC President and CEO Jennifer Taylor. “I am thrilled to see NVTC’s Board continue to collaborate and shape our region as one of the nation’s top technology hubs.”
Tony Crescenzo, IW’s CEO, commented, “It is an honor to serve the Northern Virginia Technology Council and its community of spirited innovators in the commercial and public sector for a second term.”
About Intelligent Waves
Intelligent Waves delivers mission-focused multi-domain operational expertise and innovation to the Government through high-impact technology solutions in cybersecurity, data science, enterprise network & systems engineering, software development, and platform mission support. Always ready. Anytime. Anywhere. Any domain. To learn more, visit www.intelligentwaves.com.
About the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC)
NVTC is the trade association representing the Northern Virginia technology community. As one of the nation’s largest technology councils, NVTC serves companies from all industry sectors, from small businesses and startups to Fortune 100 technology companies, government contractors, service providers, academic institutions, and nonprofit organizations. More than 425 members look to the organization as a resource for networking and educational opportunities, peer-to-peer communities, policy advocacy, industry promotion, strategic relationships, and branding of the region as a major global technology center. Learn more at http://www.nvtc.org.