April 9, 2014 -
The Secure Identity & Biometrics Association (SIBA), a non-profit group launched in February to promote the value of secure identity technologies and biometric solutions, announced on Tuesday it has named its board members.
According to the press release, the new SIBA board “represents proven expertise in identity management and biometric solutions, high technology government relations and commercialization, and the defense, intelligence and homeland security communities.”
“I am so pleased with the diverse and highly relevant experience on the SIBA board,” said SIBA CEO Janice Kephart. “We are already covering new thought leadership ground on the most pressing secure identity and biometric issues, and with a board like this, we will have the ability to reach audiences in business, government and consumer level in a manner unprecedented to date.”
SIBA board members are ProQual-I.T. president and CEO Jim Annulis, Meridian Hill Strategies president Ernest Baynard, Raytheon director of law enforcement solutions Michael Dougherty, Cellucci Associates SVP Lester Quintana, Animetrics president and CEO Paul Schuepp, and Sotera Defense Solutions manager of biometric and identity intelligence solutions Matthew Young.
Additionally, Five Peaks Group president Reed Stager, and former G.O. Carlson president and CEO Horace Kephart will serve as SIBA strategic advisors.