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TechAmerica names new board chairman

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By Nextgov Staff November 5, 2012

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TechAmerica has named Dennis Stolkey, a senior vice president at HP Enterprise Services, as chairman of its board of directors, the technology industry association said in a press release Monday.

Stolkey will replace past Chairman Peter Boni, CEO Emeritus of Safeguard Scientifics, a venture capital firm.

“Dennis has been a committed member of TechAmerica and the board for a number of years,” TechAmerica President Shawn Osborne said in a statement. “He has been an active partner in crafting the path forward for TechAmerica and we foresee even more growth under his leadership.”

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