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Power Moves: Knowledge to Practice named a health expert as advisory board chairman

Plus, hiring and leadership shifts at McLean's Logi Analytics, Gaithersburg's Xometry, College Park's INKY Technology and Tysons' DXC Technology.

David B. Nash, chairman of the advisory board at Knowledge to Practice. (Courtesy photo)

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Bethesda, Maryland-based Knowledge to Practice (K2P) named David Nash as chairman of its advisory board.

The six-year-old edtech company uses adult learning techniques to deliver personalized core curriculum through its competency-based SaaS platform. K2P recently launched a subscription-based educational platform for medical professionals looking to learn the most up-to-date information about COVID-19. Nash helped with development of the company’s CurrentMD COVID platform.

Nash is the founding dean emeritus at Jefferson College of Population Health and a principal faculty member for quality of care programming for the American Association for Physician Leadership. He is already working with K2P to help build the company’s complex diseases curriculum which is set to launch in 2021.

Nash also serves as Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau’s chief health advisor, where he offers guidance to meeting and event planners in accordance with the org’s PHL Health Pledge initiative, meant to “increase awareness of the destination’s efforts to safely welcome back visitors as Philadelphia gradually reopens for business.”


McLean, Virginia-based Logi Analytics, developer of a platform allowing users to embed analytics into commercial and enterprise applications, appointed Kevin Greene as CEO.

Greene first joined the company in 2013 as VP of business development and eventually worked his way up to COO. He succeeds Steven Schneider, who served as the company’s CEO for nearly 15 years. Schneider will assume the role of executive chairman and continue to sit on Logi’s board.

“Kevin’s strategic vision, passion and discipline, combined with his intimate understanding of our business and customers, make him the right person to lead Logi,” said Schneider in a statement. “Kevin has been a key architect in building Logi’s global customer success team, and his passion for Logi’s partners, products and people will continue to empower them in the future.”


Following the close of a $75 million equity round last month, on-demand manufacturing marketplace Xometry welcomed two business and education industry leaders to its board of directors.

Katharine Weymouth, COO of DineXpert, previously worked as publisher and CEO of The Washington Post from 2008 to 2014. She also sits on the boards of directors of Republic Services, Cable One, Inc. and Graham Holdings Co.

Deborah Bial is the president and founder of youth leadership development organization Posse Foundation. Back in 2010, the Posse Foundation was selected as one of 10 nonprofits to share President Barack Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize money.


College Park, Maryland-based email protection company INKY Technology appointed Leigh Reichel as its CFO. Reichel brings more than 30 years of financial management and executive leadership experience to this role, most recently working as the CFO of Arlington, Virginia-based ThreatConnect, a company he helped launch 10 years ago.

This key hire comes a few month after INKY closed a $20 million Series B funding round.


Tysons, Virginia-based B2B IT corporation DXC Technology announced a group of major leadership shifts following the 2019 hire of President and CEO Mike Salvino, and amid business restructuring and cost cutting:

  • DXC Americas Public Sector will be led by Jim Brady and David Swift. Brady joined DXC in June after previously holding leadership roles at Accumen, Accenture and Honeywell. Swift joined the company last November after serving as Accolade’s chief service officer.
  • DXC Asia Pacific is now led by Seelan Nayagam, who has been working at DXC for six years leading its Australia/New Zealand business, which he will continue to lead under one integrated business.
  • DXC Europe, Middle East and Africa will be led by Tom Pettit, who joined the team in June after 25 years at Accenture, and Steve Turpie, who joined last November after serving in various senior roles in strategic sourcing and procurement at QBE Insurance Group Ltd. and Zurich Insurance Company.
  • DXC/Luxoft Analytics & Engineering will operate as a subsidiary company led by Dmitry Loschinin. Loschinin is the former CEO of Luxoft, which was acquired by DXC last summer.

The company also announced a few other corporate function shifts. Its marketing and communications team will be led by Shari Wenker, who joined DXC in April after 24 years at Accenture. Wenker has been named chief marketing and communications officer and will focus on rebranding externally and internally. And the legal team will continue to be led by Bill Deckelman, who has been serving as DXC’s general counsel and secretary. His secretary responsibilities will transition to DXC’s head of corporate legal, Zafar Hasan.

Note the number of pros picked from Accenture: Salvino spent 2006 to 2016 as an exec there. DXC employs about 138,000 people total.

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