TODD STOTTLEMYER PROMOTED TO VICE PRESIDENT AT BDM
TODD STOTTLEMYER PROMOTED TO VICE PRESIDENT AT BDM MCLEAN, Va., Aug. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- BDM International, Inc.
(BDM), today announced the promotion of Todd A. Stottlemyer to vice president of government and public affairs and corporate attorney at the company's headquarters in McLean. The promotion was announced by Philip A. Odeen, president and chief executive officer of the professional and technical services company.
Stottlemyer joined BDM in 1985. In his new position, he is responsible for BDM's government relations, public affairs and media relations, and he serves as chairman of the BDM Political Action Committee. Stottlemyer currently serves as a member of the Professional Services Council's Government Affairs Committee (he is a former chairman of the committee) and the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce's board of directors. He is also chairman of the Northern Virginia Technology Council's Legislative Affairs Committee and is a graduate of Leadership Fairfax. Stottlemyer received his B.A. in government from The College of William and Mary, graduating Phi Beta Kappa, and received his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center, graduating cum laude. He is a member of the Virginia State Bar. BDM International, Inc. is headquartered in McLean (metropolitan Washington). The company provides professional and technical services to public and private sector clients in national defense and security, transportation, communications, energy, logistics, space, information systems, advanced technology, manufacturing technology, systems integration, product distribution, and certain other areas. -0- 8/7/92 /CONTACT: Stephanie C. Bolick of BDM International, 703-848-5194/ CO: BDM International, Inc. ST: Virginia IN: SU:
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|Date:||Aug 7, 1992|
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