Executive Chairman Barry K. Dewberry and Dewberry Chief Executive Officer Donald E. Stone, Jr., have announced the confirmation of Thomas Greenspon to Dewberry's board of directors.

Greenspon currently serves on the board of directors and is president emeritus for The George C. Marshall International Center in Leesburg, Virginia, a non-profit organization focused on leadership programs. He previously spent more than 20 years with Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc., a $5.2-billion, Fortune 500 professional services firm focused on strategy and information technology. In his role with Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc., Greenspon held multiple positions of increasing responsibility, including vice president for integrated information technology and senior vice president for the strategic technology and innovation team. He was an advisor to executive leadership on strategies and talent management for cybersecurity systems; and as an executive vice president led a $500-million annual account focused on the Office of the Secretary of Defense and Global Combatant Commands.

“On behalf of Dewberry’s board of directors, I’m excited to welcome Tom,” says Barry K. Dewberry. “He brings significant experience in capturing, staffing, and delivering large scale programs to the federal government. We certainly stand to benefit from his understanding and guidance as supporting federal agencies continues to be a top priority for Dewberry.”

“Tom is a fantastic addition to an already strong board, providing robust perspective in business expansion, talent development, and strategic growth. We are thrilled to welcome him,” adds Donald E. Stone, Jr. “I’m confident in Tom’s ability to further guide our organization as we address the critical and evolving needs of our clients.”

“It is a great pleasure to join Dewberry’s board of directors,” says Greenspon. “While I’ve spent many years in the federal, state/local, and non-profit worlds, I am humbled by the opportunity to contribute my perspective as a member of the board for a family owned and privately held organization, especially one so committed to providing intellectually stimulating opportunities for its employees.”

About Thomas Greenspon

Prior to his tenure with Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc., Greenspon was the director of annual giving for the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) Foundation, Inc. He was also the regional sales and operations manager for the Federal Mogul Corporation, Inc.

Greenspon is a U.S. Navy veteran, having served from 1985-1994, during which he received numerous awards, including Air Medal, Navy Commendation Medal with Combat Distinguishing Device for Valor (2), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal, and a Kuwait Liberation Medal.

He earned his master’s degree in business administration from The George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree from the Virginia Military Institute.