Mike Lisagor is a GPSI Co-Founder and Advisory Board Member. Mike founded Celerity Works in 1999 to help government contractor executives accelerate their revenue growth. Prior to this, Mike was a government contractor vice president of domestic and international business development for over ten years. He has an MS in Management from National Louis University where he taught marketing for managers. He also implemented the project risk management process and training program for GSA FEDSIM. Mike is the author of Managing and Winning Government Business and The Enlightened Manager.
Bob Suda, Advisory Board Member
Bob Suda is a GPSI Co-Founder and Advisory Board Member. Bob is also the president of Suda and Associates providing strategic insight to government contractors. He has successfully managed large Financial and Information Technology organizations in the Federal Government some with staff in excess of 1000 associates. He was the interim director of the U.S. Dept. of Transportation Volpe Center, an Associate CIO for Operations for USDA, an Assistant Commissioner for GSA IT Solutions and the CFO of the GSA Federal Technology Service. Bob has a BS in Accounting from King’s College.
Dan Gonzalez, Advisory Board Member
Dan Gonzalez is a Principal of global commercial real estate firm Avison Young and for more than 20 years he has been recognized as one of the top professionals in the Washington DC Metropolitan area. Although Dan has advised many FORTURNE 1,000 companies, he has developed a unique reputation as leading advisor to early stage entrepreneurs. Dan has shared his commercial real estate expertise as a speaker at numerous conferences and his accomplishments have been the subject of many articles and interviews. Dan received his MBA from Johns Hopkins University and his BS from Old Dominion University.
Clark Childers, Advisory Board Member
Clark Childers is a Certified Public Accountant and former partner with the firm of Cherry, Bekaert & Holland. He has over 30 years of accounting and finance experience, concentrating in providing consulting, accounting and auditing services to government contractors. A current member of the Firm’s Executive Board, Clark has extensive experience working with government contracting, engineering, professional services and technology firms. He has participated in a broad range of consulting projects in the areas of planning and budgeting, financing, allowability and allocation of costs, financial and accounting procedures, accounting systems, incentive compensation and employee benefit plans and acquisitions and divestitures.