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Stanley V.Campbell (Chairman and CEO)

Deborah Fryar ( Director of Acquisition)

Neal Janey( V.P. of Government and Legal Affairs)

Eugene O'Leary ( V.P. Channel Operations)

Rick Sales (V.P of Enterprise Application)

Betty Jackson (Director of Operation and Training)

Keith E. Taylor( President and COO)

Sharon Pratt ( Executive V.P. Strategy and Government Operations)

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Sharon Pratt

Executive V.P. Strategy and Government Operations

Sharon Pratt, is the former Mayor of Washington, DC and the first woman to serve as Mayor of Washington, D.C.

Ms. Pratt, a lawyer, admitted to the bar in the District of Columbia, spent most her career in the electric utility industry, serving as Vice President for Public Policy at the Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO). Ms. Pratt was responsible for government relations, consumer affairs and public policy initiatives for the company. Prior to joining Pepco, Ms. Pratt taught civil procedure at the Antioch School of Law. Her career began as an associate with Pratt & Queen - the firm founded by her father, the Honorable Carlisle E. Pratt. When elected mayor, she was serving as Of Counsel with Sidley & Austin law firm.

Since 2005, Ms. Pratt has served as the Executive Director for State Capitals Organized to Protect America (SCOPA), www.scopa.us. SCOPA is a non profit association focused on promoting the Homeland Security requirements of state capitals across the United States.

Ms. Pratt is best known for her "come from behind" victory as mayor of Washington, DC in 1990. Washington, DC was at a difficult cross road with looming deficits, spiraling crime, strained relations with Congress, etc. Nonetheless, during her tenure, she advanced and sustained reform across all spheres of government. From establishing the winning formula for addressing District's unfunded pension liability, to right-sizing government, to attaining Congressional commitment for a federal payment formula, to addressing the structural deficit, emergency response to storms, automation of government, comprehensive-coordinated initiatives for City's youth, restoring the City's trees, recruiting a NBA team to downtown Washington and identifying the tract of land to house the MCI (now Verizon) Center - which fueled revival of downtown Washington, welcoming international soccer to the City, and much, much more. Her team re-engineered the structure of government, establishing new effective paradigms throughout government, and prepared the city for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.

Sharon Pratt is native Washingtonian, honors graduate of Howard University's School of Liberal Arts and Law and a Falk Fellow. Ms. Pratt was the first woman to be elected Treasurer of the National Democratic Committee. Ms. Pratt also served as a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School (Harvard University). She has attained honors - including Glamour magazine's Woman of the Year Award, the Congressional Black Caucus' Mary McLeod Bethune-W.E. Dubois award, People magazine 50 Most Beautiful Award, etc. She is member of the Board of Governors for the Opportunity Funding Corporation (OFC).


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