Nadeem Butler, President & CEO
Nadeem is a former Army Ranger and Service Disabled Veteran with over 20 years of management and information technology experience. Nadeem incorporated Technatomy in July 2000, with a vision of becoming a leader in the information technology and professional services marketplace. His goal is to create a dynamic place to work that is challenging, rewarding, creative, and respectful of ideas, innovations, and individuals. Prior to founding Technatomy, Butler’s professional included working with CACI, Integic Corporation, and InfoTech Enterprises. With this experience, he gained an expert understanding of the system development life cycle and various system development methodologies.
Nadeem earned a Bachelor of Science from GeorgeMasonUniversity and a Master of Science in Information Systems from the GeorgeWashingtonUniversity. He began his professional career in 1985 by enlisting in the US Army, serving with the 75th Ranger Regiment. During his service, Butler graduated from US Army Infantry School, AirborneSchool, RangerSchool, AirborneJumpmasterSchool, PathfinderSchool, and Expert Infantry. Upon honorable completion of his active duty services in 1988, he was awarded the Army Commendation Medal (ARCOM).
Bruno Pesanti, CTO
Bruno currently serves as the Chief Technology Officer for Technatomy Corporation where he provides strategic technical guidance and innovation thought leadership. With over 30 years of progressive leadership in the Information Technology field, Bruno has held key positions both in the Federal and civilian sectors.
Prior to joining Technatomy, Bruno served as the Deputy Program Manager for Infozen’s largest contract with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). His responsibilities included supporting, developing and executing the Transportation Threat Assessment and Credentialing (TTAC) program at multiple geographical locations for varied Task Orders (TO). He also managed a program portfolio that included supporting key Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) TSA initiatives, managing a staff of over 145 personnel.
From 2008 – 2010, Bruno managed application development programs supporting the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Joint Staff (J6), and the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (OASD) that performed Interoperability & Supportability (I&S) Certification assessments and System Validation of Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) and Acquisition Category (ACAT) programs. In addition, he led the DISA IT Service Management (ITSM) program that included the ITIL process implementation for the DISA Network Services (NS) Directorate.
In 2007, Bruno was selected for the role of CIO, Department of Veterans Affairs Central Office (VACO), leading a Government staff of 192 and 50 contractors, which supported over 6500 users from the Secretary, Under Secretaries, Assistant Secretaries and Senior Executive Service for all VA Administration organizations. Additionally he managed the design, development, implementation, and operations of information and communication system technology needs of VACO, encompassing over 16 geographic locations with a budget of over $78 million dollars.
Bruno received a Bachelors’ of Science in Computer Systems from the University of the State of New York and a Master’s Degree in Management from TroyStateUniversity. Bruno served in the Navy for 21 years, retiring with the rank of Master Chief Petty Officer. During his Navy career, Bruno received the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, and the Navy Achievement Medal.
Sean Cate, Director, Quality Programs
Sean is the Director, Quality Programs for Technatomy. Sean came to Technatomy in July 2005 to serve as the Study Team Leader and Analyst for a United States Marine Corps Reserve Manpower Study. He assumed additional duty implementing the corporate ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management System (QMS) leading to certification in December 2005. Since then he has successfully overseen annual surveillance audits of the Quality System and recertification to the ISO 9001:2008 standard. Sean also incorporated the Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (SEI CMMI) quality processes into the corporate QMS. In June 2007, the system appraised at Capability Level 3, and in March 2011, it re-appraised to Maturity Level 3 during formal Standard CMMI Appraisal Method for Process Improvement (SCAMPI) assessments. In February 2008, all CMMI processes, through Maturity Level 5, were implemented at Technatomy Corporation.
Sean is a graduate of the United StatesNavalAcademy and retired from the Navy as a Surface Warfare Officer, after a 20-year career.
Gail Johnson, Director of VA T4 and Strategic Programs
As the Director for Technatomy’s Veterans Affairs (VA) T4 Contract and Strategic Programs, Gail heads the Program Management Office (PMO) for the large VA T4 IDIQ contract vehicle, managing the government contract relationships. She also facilitates and leads program reporting and communications execution. Outside of the VA T4 PMO, Gail supports identification of large multi-million strategic programs critical to Technatomy’s strategic goals, and is the key lead to implement and deploy the programs into operational state. She has over 22 years of experience in government IT and telecommunications.
Prior to joining Technatomy, Gail worked for DRC- High Performance Technologies (HPTi) as a Health IT (HIT) Portfolio Manager at the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), and prior to that assignment, she was the GSA WITS2001 Program Manager at Qwest Communications. In the VHA this role, she worked directly with the Government to form and lead the Office of Health Information (OHI) Innovation Program, an enterprise-wide VA effort to implement tangible HIT innovations for new technologies and ideas to improve patient care and decrease health care costs. Her efforts also directly supported the President’s VA Innovation Initiative (VAi2) program office.
Gail holds a Master’s of Science in Management of IT from the University of Virginia, Darden School of Business.
Todd Van Haaren, Director of Business Development
Todd is Technatomy’s Director of Business Development. In this capacity he is responsible for business development, partner management, marketing, capture and proposal activities. Todd has over 20 years of enterprise IT experience. Prior to joining Technatomy, Todd worked with the Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. Public Sector group. While at Microsoft, Todd managed an alliance with BearingPoint and then went on to develop solutions in DoD logistics.
Prior to Microsoft, Todd was with Software AG for 14 years. He began his career in IT as a mainframe programmer. He then went on to Project Management, Business Consulting and eventually business development roles, finally culminating his tenure there as the Director of Government Solutions.
Todd has a Master’s in Information Management from MarymountUniversity and a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from JamesMadisonUniversity.
Michelle Ford, Director of Corporate Administration
As the Director of Corporate Administration, Michelle leads Technatomy’s Human Resources, Recruiting, Administration, and Facility Security. She brings over 10 years’ experience in HR and corporate administration to bear as she directs and manages the full spectrum of the talent recruitment process, compensation, employee relations, regulatory compliance and organizational development. Michelle also directs and facilitates all company training programs and manages the Facility Security Program.
Prior to Technatomy, Michelle served as the Human Resources Manager for Invizion, Inc. While there, Michelle managed the company’s compliance policies and standards, employee relations, and benefits programs. She developed and redesigned several tools to improve organizational performance and quality, resulting in a more efficient HR environment for Invizion employees.