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Leslie A. Barry

Vice Chairwoman of Professional Development

IAC

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Employment History

Knight Point Systems LLC


Information Technology

UNICOM Government Inc


Contributor

Federal Computer Week


Vice President of Government Affairs and Business Development

Lease-Program.com


Director of Business Development

CA


Vice President of Business Development

GTSI Corp.


Affiliations

Bridges

Board Member


Executive Advisory Committee of GITEC

Member


Government Information Technology Executive Council

Member, Board She


Association for Federal Information Resources Management

Treasurer


GITEC

Executive Advisory Committee


Information Technology Association of America

Active Member


GEIA

Board Member


International Trial Attorneys Association

Board Member


Education

Industry Advisory Council


BA

International Relations

Bucknell University


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Leslie BarryGTSI Corp. - Investor Relations - Corporate Governance BiographyLeslie BarryVice President of Government Affairs and Business DevelopmentLeslie Barry is Vice President of Government Affairs and business Development.In this position, she is charged with growing a business development organization and utilizing her relationships within the IT community to further mentor the sales force and drive new sales opportunities.She reports to Scott Friedlander, GTSI Executive Vice President. A 20-year veteran of the IT community, Ms. Barry has led business development organizations for some of the industry's largest systems integrators.Most recently the Director of Business Development at CA, Inc. (formerly Computer Associates), she represented the firm at several industry forums and helped build C-level client relationships across the federal government.Prior to CA, she performed the same functions at CSC, Fed Data, and other federally-focused organizations. Active in the IT community, Ms. Barry is a two-time Federal 100 award winner, the recipient of the 2003 "Outstanding Individual Industry Contributor of the Year" award from the Industry Advisory Council (IAC), and winner of the 2003 "Outstanding Support and Contribution" award from the Government Information Technology Executive Council (GITEC). Ms. Barry serves on the Executive Advisory Committee of GITEC and on the GEIA (Government Electronics Industry Association) Board She is an active member of the IAC program committee, co-treasurer for the Association for Federal Information Resources Management (AFFIRM) and a former Board member of the AFCEA Washington Chapter.She belongs to the AFCEA Bethesda and Germantown chapters, the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA), and Women in Technology (WIT). Ms. Barry served two terms on the Board of Directors of IAC as Vice Chair of Professional Development.In 2001-2002, she chaired the IAC's successful Partners Program, an executive development program for emerging leaders in government and industry.A graduate of the Partners Program, in 2005, she created a "next generation" leadership program, named Voyagers which she patterned after the Partners Program.In addition, has participated in the planning committees for IAC's two major annual conferences - the Management of Change Conference and the Executive Leadership Conference. Active in the community, Ms. Barry has twice led groups of business executives from both the public and the private sectors on a trip to build houses for the poor in rural Nicaragua.She also worked with her church group in Pearlington, Mississippi, to help rebuild after hurricane Katrina and has chaperoned her own teenagers along with the church's youth group on a trip to a children's camp in the Ukraine. Ms. Barry received her BA in International Relations from Bucknell University where she also studied at the London School of Economics and in Vienna, Austria and did internships at the offices of Senators Lugar and Warner and at the Washington Office on Latin America.


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Leslie BarryGTSI Corp. - Investor Relations - Corporate Governance BiographyLeslie BarryVice President of Government Affairs and Business DevelopmentLeslie Barry is Vice President of Government Affairs and business Development.In this position, she is charged with growing a business development organization and utilizing her relationships within the IT community to further mentor the sales force and drive new sales opportunities.She reports to Todd Leto, GTSI Vice President of Sales. A 20-year veteran of the IT community, Ms. Barry has led business development organizations for some of the industry's largest systems integrators.Most recently the Director of Business Development at CA, Inc. (formerly Computer Associates), she represented the firm at several industry forums and helped build C-level client relationships across the federal government.Prior to CA, she performed the same functions at CSC, Fed Data, and other federally-focused organizations. Active in the IT community, Ms. Barry is a two-time Federal 100 award winner, the recipient of the 2003 "Outstanding Individual Industry Contributor of the Year" award from the Industry Advisory Council (IAC), and winner of the 2003 "Outstanding Support and Contribution" award from the Government Information Technology Executive Council (GITEC). She is serving her second term on the Board of Directors of IAC as Vice Chair of Professional Development.In 2001-2002, she Chaired the IAC's successful Partners Program, from which she graduated in 1998, an executive development program for emerging leaders in government and industry, and in 2005, created a "next generation" leadership program, named Voyagers which she patterned after the Partners Program.In addition, for the past eight years, she has been actively involved in the IAC Program Committee and has participated in the planning committees for IAC's two major annual events, the Management of Change Conference, and the Executive Leadership Conference. In addition to IAC, she is co-treasurer for the Association for Federal Information Resources Management (AFFIRM) and a former Board member of the AFCEA Washington Chapter.She belongs to the AFCEA Bethesda and Germantown chapters, the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA), and Women in Technology (WIT). In January 2006, she led a group of 15 IT acquisition and business executives from both the public and the private sectors on a trip to build houses for the poor in rural Nicaragua.In February, Leslie was part of a church group that spent the long President's weekend in Pearlington, Mississippi, where they helped to gut houses and drywall churches which were left in ruins as a result of hurricane Katrina.Recently, she chaperoned her two teenagers and the church's youth group that worked in a children's camp in the Ukraine. Ms. Barry received her BA in International Relations from Bucknell University where she also studied at the London School of Economics and in Vienna, Austria and did internships at the offices of Senators Lugar and Warner and at the Washington Office on Latin America.


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Leslie Barry, GTSI
A 20-year veteran of the IT community, Ms. Barry has led business development organizations for some of the industry's largest systems integrators. Most recently the Director of Business Development at CA, Inc. (formerly Computer Associates), she represented the firm at several industry forums and helped build C-level client relationships across the federal government. Prior to CA, she performed the same functions at CSC, Fed Data, and other federally-focused organizations. Active in the IT community, Ms. Barry is a two-time Federal 100 award winner, the recipient of the 2003 "Outstanding Individual Industry Contributor of the Year" award from the Industry Advisory Council (IAC), and winner of the 2003 "Outstanding Support and Contribution" award from the Government Information Technology Executive Council (GITEC). She is serving her second term on the Board of Directors of IAC as Vice Chair of Professional Development. In 2001-2002, she Chaired the IAC's successful Partners Program, from which she graduated in 1998, an executive development program for emerging leaders in government and industry, and in 2005, created a "next generation" leadership program, named Voyagers which she patterned after the Partners Program. In addition, for the past eight years, she has been actively involved in the IAC Program Committee and has participated in the planning committees for IAC's two major annual events, the Management of Change Conference, and the Executive Leadership Conference. In addition to IAC, she is co-treasurer for the Association for Federal Information Resources Management (AFFIRM) and a former Board member of the AFCEA Washington Chapter. She belongs to the AFCEA Bethesda and Germantown chapters, the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA), and Women in Technology (WIT). In January 2006, she Led a group of 15 IT acquisition and business executives from both the public and the private sectors on a trip to build houses for the poor in rural Nicaragua. In February, Leslie was part of a church group that spent the long President's weekend in Pearlington, Mississippi, where they helped to gut houses and drywall churches which were left in ruins as a result of hurricane Katrina. This summer, she chaperoned her two teenagers and the church's youth group that worked in a children's camp in the Ukraine. Ms. Barry received her BA in International Relations from Bucknell University where she also studied at the London School of Economics and in Vienna, Austria and did internships at the offices of Senators Lugar and Warner and at the Washington Office on Latin America.


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Leslie Barry
Leslie Barry's picture Leslie Barry is Vice President of Government Affairs and Business Development at GTSI and reports to the CEO, Sterling Phillips. A 20+ year veteran of the IT community, Ms. Barry has led business development organizations for some of the industry's largest systems integrators. Most recently the Director of Business Development at CA, Inc. (formerly Computer Associates), she represented the firm at several industry forums and helped build C-level client relationships across the federal government. Prior to CA, she performed the same functions at CSC, Fed Data, and other federally-focused organizations. Active in the IT community, Ms. Barry is a two-time Federal 100 award winner, a Heroine in Technology Winner in 2007, the recipient of the 2003 "Outstanding Individual Industry Contributor of the Year" award from the Industry Advisory Council (IAC), and winner of the 2003 "Outstanding Support and Contribution" award from the Government Information Technology Executive Council (GITEC). Leslie has participated in the GEIA/TechAmerica Foundation Vision Conference for over ten years, and is active in the TechAmerica Foundation Federal Committee. She serves on the Executive Advisory Committee of the Government Information Technology Executive Committee. In addition, she has served for over 10 years on the Association for Federal Information Resources Management (AFFIRM) Board and is a former Board member of the AFCEA Washington Chapter. She is an active participant in many of the local AFCEA chapters. Leslie served two terms on the Board of Directors of IAC as Vice Chair of Professional Development from 2004-2007. In 2001-2002, she chaired the IAC's successful Partners Program, from which she graduated in 1998, an executive development program for emerging leaders in government and industry, and in 2005, created a "next generation" leadership program, named Voyagers which she patterned after the Partners Program. In addition, she has been involved in the IAC Program Committee and has participated in the planning committees for IAC's two major annual events, the Management of Change Conference, and the Executive Leadership Conference. For the last 6 years, in January, she has led a group of 15-35 IT acquisition and business executives from both the public and the private sectors on a trip to build houses for the poor in rural Nicaragua. Leslie has participated twice with her church group trips to Pearlington, Mississippi, where they helped to gut houses and drywall churches which were left in ruins as a result of hurricane Katrina. She has also chaperoned her two teenagers and the church's youth group to work in a children's camp in the Ukraine in the summer of 2006 and to build houses in Nicaragua in 2008. Ms. Barry received her BA in International Relations from Bucknell University where she also studied at the London School of Economics and in Vienna, Austria and did internships at the offices of Senators Lugar and Warner and at the Washington Office on Latin America.


phx.corporate-ir.net [cached]

Leslie Barry
GTSI : Investor Relations : Corporate Governance Biography Leslie Barry Vice President of Government Affairs and Business Development Leslie Barry is Vice President of Government Affairs and business Development. In this position, she is charged with growing a business development organization and utilizing her relationships within the IT community to further mentor the sales force and drive new sales opportunities. A 20-year veteran of the IT community, Ms. Barry has led business development organizations for some of the industry's largest systems integrators. Most recently the Director of Business Development at CA, Inc. (formerly Computer Associates), she represented the firm at several industry forums and helped build C-level client relationships across the federal government. Prior to CA, she performed the same functions at CSC, Fed Data, and other federally-focused organizations. Active in the IT community, Ms. Barry is a two-time Federal 100 award winner, the recipient of the 2003 "Outstanding Individual Industry Contributor of the Year" award from the Industry Advisory Council (IAC), and winner of the 2003 "Outstanding Support and Contribution" award from the Government Information Technology Executive Council (GITEC). In 2007 she received a "Heroine in Technology" award from Women in Technology for her work in the community. Ms. Barry serves as a member on the Executive Advisory Committee of GITEC, an at-large member of the IAC Professional Development Advisory Committee, and is co-secretary for the Association for Federal Information Resources Management (AFFIRM). She belongs to the AFCEA Bethesda, NOVA, DC and Germantown chapters, and is a former Board member of the AFCEA Washington Chapter. For many years, Ms. Barry has been a Team Lead and presenter in the GEIA Vision Conference and is an active member in the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA), and a former Board member of GEIA. Ms. Barry served two terms on the Board of Directors of IAC as Vice Chair of Professional Development. In 2001-2002, she chaired the IAC's successful Partners Program, an executive development program for emerging leaders in government and industry. A graduate of the Partners Program, in 2005, she created a "next generation" leadership program, named Voyagers which she patterned after the Partners Program. In addition, she has participated in the planning committees for IAC's two major annual conferences - the Management of Change Conference and the Executive Leadership Conference. Active in the community, Ms. Barry has led groups of business executives three years running from both the public and the private sectors on a trip to build houses for the poor in rural Nicaragua. She also worked with her church group in Pearlington, Mississippi, to help rebuild after hurricane Katrina and has chaperoned her own teenagers along with the church's youth group on a trip to a children's camp in the Ukraine. Ms. Barry received her BA in International Relations from Bucknell University where she also studied at the London School of Economics and in Vienna, Austria and did internships at the offices of Senators Lugar and Warner and at the Washington Office on Latin America.


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