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                              Daisy Wallace

Daisy G. Wallace, Ed.D.

Chief Executive Officer

Daisy G. Wallace, Ed.D. is President and CEO of Computer Technology Services (CTS), Inc. since its inception in 1983. She received her BA in English from Benedict College, Columbia, South Carolina; her MA from Jersey City State College, Jersey City, NJ, and her Ed.D., from The American University, Washington DC, where she was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.

                              Beverly Sangston

Beverly J. Sangston

Executive Vice President

Ms. Beverly J. Sangston joined Computer Technology Services, Inc. (CTS) in 1994. She currently serves as the Executive Vice President. She has over 35 years of experience in the Public Education sector as a teacher and administrator. Ms. Sangston received her B.A. in Sociology, from Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia; and her M.A. from The George Washington University, Washington D.C., where she majored in Education and Human Development.

Ms. Sangston has extensive experience in curriculum planning and development with emphasis on integrating computer technology in the instructional program. She has managed large-scale technology projects, developed strategic and tactical plans, purchased and installed hardware and software, and coordinated training for professional development. Ms. Sangston is currently responsible for training and education operations in a small woman-owned business offering instructor-led, CD-ROM and web-based training for a variety of government, education, and commercial clients.

Mr. Jeff Brenner

Jeffrey Brenner

VP, ECM & Document Management

Mr. Jeffrey A. Brenner currently serves as the Vice President of ECM & Document Management for Computer Technology Services, Inc. (CTS) He brings 25 years of experience in support of government scientific and technical personnel and operations. Mr. Brenner holds his Biology from Millersville University, Millersville PA. Application of his management analysis and work process skills bears directly on the effective use of government information resources and intellectual properties, maintained by his technical staff in large, complex, automated database and hard copy technical libraries.

Mr. Brenner for the past decade has been responsible for preparing and implementing budgets, and work plans, developing increasingly efficient work processes, and ensuring quality control of all work products and processes for a multi-year, multi -million dollar contract with the U.S Food and Drug Administration Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN).

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