Vice President, Professional Services
Steven Schlossberg joined Intelligent Waves in 2017 as Vice President, Professional Services. He brings over twenty-five years of IT experience and fifteen years in Program Management supporting DoD and Federal Customers. His experience includes eleven years at a large company and over fifteen years supporting small businesses to include SDVOSB, WOSB and 8(a).
In his current role, Steven Schlossberg provides executive oversight for all active IW contracts including customer interface, employee support, and contract management. Steven maintains daily communication with Program Managers to resolve any issues and ensure they have the necessary support for the contract. His ongoing communication with each contract PM helps ensure IW provides complete customer satisfaction with IW’s personnel and service offerings.
Steven is a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He served in the Navy, retiring as an AO1. One of his brightest accomplishments was as the lead architect for the U.S. Navy Quarterdeck podium that controlled access aboard navy ships. The system was nominated and won the U.S. Navy award for Innovation.
Steven is highly regarded for his expertise in hardware and software architectures and solutions. He started out on the IT Service Desk, rose to lead programmer and after many awards and accomplishments served as Program Manager for a team of programmers and analysts at the Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center, which included six enterprise Information Technology systems aboard over 1800 US Navy ships and government agencies.
Steven earned his Master of Business Administration from Phoenix University, an Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Old Dominion University, and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Old Dominion University.
In his free time, Steven enjoys time with his family and supporting his church.
“Steven has an innate ability to create solid customer relationships as well as the passion and discipline to support the mission of IW’s customers.”