NFSTC’s member organizations elected three new members to the board of directors at the annual members meeting in May. Joining the board for three-year terms are:
- John M. Allison, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives for SimVentions, a software engineering, simulation, security and training firm located in Fredericksburg, Virginia. John retired from the Marine Corps in 1999 after 20 years of service and went on to serve in prominent roles with the Department of Defense and A-T Solutions, Inc. John brings expertise in counterintelligence and science and technology integration.
- Jarrett Kolthoff, President and CEO of SpearTip, LLC, specializing in cyber counterintelligence and digital forensics. Jarrett, a former U.S. Army Counterintelligence special agent, has worked in the cyber intelligence field for more than 20 years and contributes valuable expertise in computer forensics, threat detection and neutralization and corporate espionage.
- Kathleen M. Dennehy, Program Manager at the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, brings strong corrections experience to the board. She has served as a warden in both male and female detention centers and was the first female elected to the Massachusetts Department of Correction. Kathleen’s current work centers around a project addressing prison rape.
As we welcome these new members, we say goodbye to several individuals whose terms have completed. NFSTC wishes to thank Benny Del Re, Dr. Jamie Downs and Susan Uremovich for their dedicated service to this organization.
The board of directors provides oversight and strategic direction for NFSTC’s organizational activities. Read more about each member on our Board of Directors page.