About ITC


Our mission is to deliver exceptional IT and business solutions to civilian, intelligence, and defense customers.

IT Coalition

ITC is a global company with employees spanning across the United States and internationally. ITC designed our company, infrastructure, and benefits to support employees nationwide and across the globe. The maps below highlight the locations that ITC currently supports today:
ITC global locations map
ITC United States locations map

Meet the team

We have a great team of passionate and highly-skilled individuals who guide our organization into the future. From day-to-day operations to big picture planning, these people are a huge part of what makes ITC successful.  

Senior Leadership

Gregory Jones

Chief Executive Officer

About Gregory Jones


Greg Fitzgerald

President

About Greg Fitzgerald


Mike Youngblood

Chief Operating Officer

About Mike Youngblood


About Gregory Jones


As the Chief Executive Officer of IT Coalition, Mr. Greg Jones works alongside his Executive Management Team providing leadership, corporate governance, and strategic direction for the company to expand ITC’s business footprint into new public and private sector markets. Previously, Mr. Jones spent 5 years at Jones Group International, managing strategic military modernization contracts in the Middle East while supporting the international growth strategies of many leading US defense corporations. He has also served as a senior software engineer & program manager with Booz-Allen and Coleman Research Corporation and as a VP for Government Programs with Dynology Corporation. He is currently a LtCol in the United States Marine Corps Reserves, having served for nearly 19 years as an infantry officer in various command and staff billets and during multiple combat deployments.

About Greg Fitzgerald


Mr. Greg Fitzgerald (Fitz) serves as the President of the corporation, leading the day to day management of ITC and overseeing all financial, contractual, business development and account management activities company-wide. He brings 20 plus years of experience leading program management, business development, capture management, and solution development across the Federal sector. Previously, he served in leadership positions with Computer Science Corporation (CSC) where he led the pursuit and capture of strategic opportunities securing more than $1B in new single-award contract wins. Mr. Fitzgerald has a BA from Penn State and an MS in Technology Management from George Mason University. He is PMP® certified and holds a Federal CIO certification.

About Mike Youngblood


Mr. Mike Youngblood serves as the Chief Operating Officer for IT Coalition. In this capacity he is responsible for the operational performance as well as the strategic planning and growth of ITC. He is also the Program Manager for the Service Center Operations Support Services (SCOSS) contract. He brings 20 years of experience managing large scale business services programs for the Federal Government. Mr. Youngblood brings extensive program and productivity analysis experience, as well as a strong demonstrated understanding of balancing the management of contractor employees, government customer relationships, and delivering results to achieve customer expectations and contract compliance. Previously, he served in leadership positions with FCi Federal where he led the organization that provided the largest programs with support in the areas of program management, quality assurance, performance measurement, and workforce management. He is PMP, Lean Six Sigma, and ITIL v3 Foundation certified.

Geoff Crowe

Chief Growth Officer

About Geoff Crowe


Stephen Gair

Chief Financial Officer

About Stephen Gair


Carrie Marcantuono

Vice President of Talent Acquisition & Security

About Carrie Marcantuono


About Geoff Crowe


Mr. Geoff Crowe serves as the Chief Growth Officer for IT Coalition. In this capacity, he leads the identification, qualification, pursuit, and account management for all new business activities. He also manages accounts at the Department of Homeland Security, Washington Headquarters Service, and the Department of Health and Human Services. Mr. Crowe brings more than a decade of experience leading new business pursuits for defense, civilian, and intelligence procurements. Previously, Mr. Crowe served as a Sr. Manager of Business Development for TDC Government Solutions, where he played a key role in establishing their federal presence and helping them secure more than $80M in federal contracts across the Defense and Intelligence communities. He holds a BS from Christopher Newport University and Shipley training in Capture and Proposal Management.

About Stephen Gair


Mr. Stephen Gair serves as the Chief Financial Officer for IT Coalition. In this capacity he is responsible for all of the financial activities of ITC. He brings over 30 years of financial experience across engineering, manufacturing and logistics services firms in the Federal Market. Previously he worked as a Senior Consultant for Saggar and Rosenberg P.C. Prior to that he served as CFO for Tyonek Native Corporation. Mr. Gair earned a BA from SUNY at Potsdam and an MBA from Rivier College.

About Carrie Marcantuono


As Vice President of Talent Acquisition & Security, Mrs. Marcantuono is responsible for overseeing all aspects of recruitment and personnel security within IT Coalition. Leveraging her passion for people and strong interpersonal skills, she has developed and executed winning strategies to identify, attract and retain exceptional talent in the DoD, Intel and Federal & Civilian space. Over the past 5 years, Mrs. Marcantuono has recruited more than 600 personnel across more than 20 programs both nationwide and OCONUS. She has achieved notable success recruiting cleared employees for IT Coalition, ranging from administrative staff to highly technical subject matter experts holding clearances from Public Trust to TS/SCI with polygraphs. With more than 10 years of experience in Talent Acquisition, Mrs. Marcantuono has proven herself to be a highly effective, visionary, and results-driven leader. She brings a unique mix of recruiting knowledge and sales expertise to IT Coalition, allowing her to play an integral role in the continued growth and success of the organization through contributions in Recruitment, Security, Business Development, and Project Management. Before joining ITC, Mrs. Marcantuono held leadership positions at The Select Group where she played a key role in establishing their federal presence and attaining their Facility Security Clearance. She holds a BS in Financial Management from Clemson University and has an Active Top-Secret clearance.

Krishna Dave

Vice President of Contracts

About Krishna Dave


Cris Watkins

Director of Proposals

About Cris Watkins


Kristina Moore

Director of Human Resources

About Kristina Moore


About Krishna Dave


Ms. Krishna Dave serves as the Vice President of Contracts for IT Coalition and is responsible for the full lifecycle of contracting activities including negotiation, compliance, administration, and close-out. She brings 10 years of experience managing government and commercial contracts for small to large companies in the DC area, where she has played a key role in process improvement and implementation. Ms. Dave holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology and Geography from Virginia Tech and is an active member of the National Contract Management Association (NCMA) Dulles Corridor Chapter.

About Cris Watkins


As Director of Proposals, Ms. Cris Watkins provides daily oversight of the proposal development and management process supporting ITC’s portfolio. She leads and collaborates with subject matter experts, business development teams, and teaming partners to blend key capture, proposal, and technical strategies to meet federal customers’ requirements. She brings over 15 years of experience working with small to midsize IT firms on state, federal, and local government contracts. Ms. Watkins holds a Masters in Journalism from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing Communications from Mary Baldwin College. She also has a Certificate in Project Management from Cornell University and is a Member of the Association of Proposal Management Professionals.

About Kristina Moore


As Director of Human Resources at ITC, Kristina is directly responsible for the overall administration of the human resources functions, including strategic planning and establishment of human resources policies and objectives, legal compliance, employee relations, total rewards, performance management, SCA compliance, and training and development. Kristina has over 15 years of experience in human resources, managing human resource functions in both corporate and non-profit organizations. These organizations have ranged from 165 to 1100 employees. She has a broad knowledge and experience in Employment Law, Benefits and Compensation Design, Organizational Planning and Development, Employee and Labor Relations, Negotiating Collective Bargaining Agreements, Strategic Planning and Reorganization, Management Coaching, Performance Management, Recruitment, Service Contract Act Compliance, Workplace Safety, and Training and Development. Since 2013, Kristina has worked for federal government contractors as a Human Resources Director. Kristina has been a part-time Adjunct Associate Professor in The Department of Business and Professional Program Department for over six years at the University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC), facilitating online instruction to undergraduate students in Labor Relations, Employment Law, and Total Rewards. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke and a Master of Science degree in Management with Human Resource Management Specialization from UMGC, formally known as University Maryland University College (UMUC). She currently holds her Professional Human Resources (PHR) and Society for Human Resources Management-Certified Profession (SHRM-CP) certifications. Kristina served as the President of the Human Resources Association of Southern Maryland (HRASM) from 2015 to 2016. She is a graduate of Leadership Southern Maryland, Class of 2013, and an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

April Sherman

Director of Business Processing Services Solutions

About April Sherman


Kathy Wallace

Director of Air Force Programs

About Kathy Wallace


About April Sherman


Ms. April Sherman serves as the Director of Business Processing Services (BPS) Solutions. She is also the Deputy Program Manager for the Service Center Operations Support Services (SCOSS) contract. Ms. Sherman brings more than 20 years of extensive experience in operations, business, and program management with in-depth knowledge of accounting and finance, human resources, sales, marketing, and business process development and realignment. Prior to joining ITC, Mrs. Sherman held leadership positions with The Virginian-Pilot, Novo Solutions, and the Institute for Professional Development where she successfully realigned department human resources to better meet the needs of their customers and improve productivity across the organization. Since joining ITC, she has managed government contract employees and developed relationships with government customers. Her federal clients have included the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, United States Coast Guard, Transportation Security Agency, the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, and the Department of Justice. Mrs. Sherman is a certified Project Management Professional and earned her MBA from Averett University.

About Kathy Wallace


Kathy Wallace serves as ITC’s Director of Air Force Programs. In this capacity Ms. Wallace is responsible for overseeing ITC’s DCGS Prime Contract and managing ITC’s go to market strategy for the Air Force Account. She works with ITC’s senior leadership team to build, execute, and deliver on all current and future air force opportunities and she leads the Air Force Account Plan. She brings over thirty years’ experience in multiple areas of DoD and, specifically, US Air Force. Kathy is a retired member of the US Army where she served as a Signals Intelligence Warrant Officer. Since leaving the military, she has dedicated her career to supporting military operations on various Information Technology programs. For the past seven years Kathy has served as Program Manager for the COTS (Commercial Off-the-Shelf) Sustainment Support (CSS) program, supporting the US Air Force Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) program and managing up to 19 AF DCGS sites providing system maintenance and administration, network engineering, configuration management, and logistics support. Kathy graduated from Wilkes Community College with a degree in business administration and holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

Bobby Lam

Senior Advisor

About Bobby Lam


About Bobby Lam


Mr. Bobby Lam, as Senior Advisor, serves as both Corporate lead and C4IT subject matter expert (SME) for technical and strategic development. Responsible for solutions development and implementation, he brings over 35 years of executive level experience managing large geographically distributed enterprises inclusive of global Information Technology (IT) organizations. Mr. Lam has an exceptional history leading organizational change and process re-engineering and transformation of Federal Agency level IT organization into highly effective and efficient IT service provider. Directed thousands of personnel and governed multiple multi-million dollar budgets and IT projects. Mr. Lam retired from the U.S. Coast Guard after 30 years of service, holds a B.S in Electrical Engineering from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Naval Postgraduate School, and is PMP and ITIL certified.

We are a proud Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business

ITC is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), which means that we are:
  • Considered a small business by Small Business Administration size standards.
  • Owned and controlled by one or more service-disabled veterans (0-100% rating).
In the federal space, funds can be set aside for SDVOSBs if the contracting officer has a reasonable expectation that two or more qualified SDVOSBs will submit offers and the contract will be awarded at a fair market price.