IJIS Institute Elects Board of Directors
Tuesday, August 08, 2017 | Comments

The IJIS Institute, a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission-critical information sharing, announced the results of its board of directors election.

The following individuals were each elected to three-year terms: Tom Herzog, president, Tom Herzog Consulting; William Josko, public-safety practice leader and associate partner, IBM Global Services; Michael King, vice president, business development, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems; Michael McDonald, business development manager, law enforcement, Intellicheck; and David Taylor, vice president, government solutions, Software.

Other members continuing their terms on the board are: Bob Turner, president, CommSys; Michael Wagers, vice president, Axon; Tanya Stauffer, practice director, Analysts International; Kirk Arthur, managing director, Microsoft; James (Benji) Hutchinson, senior director of D.C. operations, NEC; Dan Twohig, MSSSI vice president of sales, Motorola Solutions; Ben Harrell, director of sales and marketing, Marquis Software Development; Kay Stephenson, president/CEO, Datamaxx Group; John Beck, global law enforcement industry manager, Esri; and James E. Cabral, partner, MTG Management Consultants.

Turner was elected chairman, Wagers vice chairman, Stauffer as secretary, King as treasurer and Twohig as director at large.

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