The Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI), a regional membership association leading the advancement of cybersecurity through advocacy and collaboration, today announced new appointments to its Board of Directors, including its Executive Committee.
CAMI’s Board of Directors, composed of 24 prominent technology and cybersecurity leaders, remains at the forefront of driving the organization’s programming to best accommodate CAMI’s over 700 members and the broader regional cybersecurity community. The Executive Committee consists of:
● Chair: Chuck Faughnan III, CEO of Personam.AI
● Vice Chair: Shelley Lombardo, COO of Evergreen Advisors
● Treasurer: Tina Kuhn, President at The Lanzar Group
● Secretary: Sarah Woods, Founder & President of VenturePotential
● Assistant Secretary: Dr. Tim Schilbach, CEO of Penacity, LLC
“CAMI has a long-standing commitment to advancing the regional cybersecurity landscape, which plays a pivotal role in our nation’s security posture,” stated Chuck Faughnan, CAMI Board Chairman and CEO of Personam.ai. “I am excited to work alongside esteemed industry experts as we continue to fulfill our mission, supporting our members and ensuring the resilience of the cybersecurity industry.”
In addition to the new Executive Committee members, CAMI welcomed four new members to its Board of Directors, including:
● Evan Davis, President, ADG Creative
● Razvan Mietescu, Partner, Whiteford Law
● Ted Pibil, Sr. Technical Account Manager, ePlus, Inc.
● Michael Spinosa, CEO, Shield 7 Consulting
“CAMI is delighted to expand its Board of Directors with the addition of these esteemed individuals,” remarked Tasha Cornish, Executive Director of CAMI.”Their expertise and fresh perspectives will undoubtedly contribute to our organization’s growth and the advancement of the broader cybersecurity landscape.”
The Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI) is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization established in 2015. CAMI is Maryland’s only organization dedicated to advancing cybersecurity through advocacy and collaboration. The organization strives to help members form connections with each other, industry resources, and potential private and public sector buyers. Additionally, CAMI provides free cybersecurity incident response advice to Maryland businesses with its Cyber SWAT Team, composed of select organization members.