Mr. DiMaggio is an experienced executive and visionary entrepreneur. Among his many
accomplishments, he grew an idea into a profitable provider of scientific and technical
expertise for defense and homeland security clients. He has held technical leadership
roles in private corporations and served as a specialist at Congressional Research
Service, where he became a go-to Congressional expert on strategic defense issues.
He earned a Bachelor of Planetary Geology and a Master of Public Policy Analysis,
from the University of Rochester.
The Honorable Jeffrey K. Harris
Mr. Harris has contributed to U.S. national security in both government and industry
for 40 years, where he has fostered new technologies and programs that have contributed
significantly to U.S. national capabilities. He served as the assistant secretary
of the Air Force for Space, director of the National Reconnaissance Office, and
associate executive director of the Intelligence Community. He is retired from Lockheed
Martin (LM), where he served as president of LM Missiles and Space Division and
president of LM Special Programs Division. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Photographic
Science and Instrumentation from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Mr. Salmanson has more than 25 years of technology, sales, and business leadership
with a successful track record guiding technology organizations to achieve and surpass
growth objectives. Among his accomplishments is building and leading high-performance
teams on large programs of record for leading systems integrators and aerospace/defense
firms. He holds two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Maryland and a master’s
degree in Information and Telecommunications Systems from the Johns Hopkins University
Carey Business School.
Stanley A. Sojka, Ph.D.
Dr. Sojka is an accomplished executive who has diverse experience in the global
chemical industry with a strong emphasis on growing sales by taking existing and
new products and technological developments to the marketplace. He has worked internationally
as executive vice president of Rohner in Switzerland and business development manager
at Saltigo in Germany. He also held executive positions domestically at FMC Lithium,
Holl Technologies Company, and Occidental Chemical Corporation. Dr. Sojka holds
a bachelor’s in chemistry from Canisius College and a Ph.D. in organic chemistry
from Indiana University. He has post-doctorate training at the University of Basel
in Switzerland, executive training at Harvard Business School, and is a graduate
of the Northeastern University Executive Development Program.