Sridhar Kunadi, Co-Founder & CEO
Sridhar is the co-founder and CEO of nTech Workforce. Under the bold leadership of Mr. Kunadi, nTech has ranked as one of Inc. 500’s fastest-growing companies in not only the Baltimore area, but the country. Through his innovative strategic thinking, nTech has grown by a staggering 608 percent. He has more than 20 years of IT consulting experience, and his new-school methodology has made him quite successful. He works hard to put himself in the shoes of his clients before providing them with solutions to maximize their return on investment for any capital spent. Mr. Kunadi’s roles include directing nTech’s business development and internal talent acquisition departments, client relationship management and community outreach programs. He is a thought leader regarding the implementation and creation of strategic service offerings, as well as the development of nTech’s integrated sales, marketing and delivery programs. Before founding nTech, Mr. Kunadi served in various leadership, management and client-relationship roles with multiple nationally recognized tech organizations in Maryland. Mr. Kunadi lives in Marriottsville, MD with his wife and two children.
Surajit Sengupta, Co-Founder & President
Surajit is the co-founder and president of nTech Workforce. He has over 20 years of experience in the software industry and information technology, including consulting for government and commercial companies. Considered a thought leader in the data-driven field of customer analysis, Mr. Sengupta has excelled in providing advisory services to both middle and senior management of midsize and large organizations regarding various aspects of technology implementation with the eventual goal of providing a 360-degree view of the customer. Mr. Sengupta is a CTO who brings his clients technical challenges to nTech’s excellent team to strategize and provide effective solutions, including business process changes.
Mr. Sengupta is also highly skilled in strategic planning, project and program management, resource and financial management, business and practice development, and offshore methodology, development and deployment. nTech was founded with one clear mission – to earn the trust of clients by consistently delivering superior, proven solutions. Mr. Sengupta achieves this by embracing a partnership philosophy that creates relevant, innovative solutions that improve program performance and ensures success. He believes in collaboration and learning from peers’ successes and challenges, which has helped him become the successful entrepreneur he is today.
Mr. Sengupta, an avid Ravens fan, lives in Woodstock, MD with his wife, two children and a lovely dog.
Jimmy Iannuzzi, Vice President & General Manager
Jimmy is the Vice President & General Manager for nTech Workforce, overseeing for the day-to-day operations of the recruiting & staffing program. He is responsible for the delivery processes and metrics of nTech’s Business Development, Client Relations, Human Resources, and Talent Acquisition teams. Jimmy is passionate about the staffing industry, possessing nearly eight years of experience in recruiting, account management, and client operations. Jimmy believes in a transformational leadership approach towards team and culture building with metrics-based accountability and continuous process improvement as pillars of team success.
Jimmy lives in Baltimore, MD with his wife Jenna and dog Duncan. Jimmy also serves as the President & Chair of South Harbor Renaissance, a non-profit with a mission to preserve and improve Federal Hill Park. For hobby’s, Jimmy is a fan of all Philadelphia & West Virginia sports, music from the ‘70’s, and trying new restaurants.
Steve McNamara, Director, Talent Acquisition
Steve McNamara is the Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition at nTech Workforce, responsible for overseeing the operations and performance of the recruiting department. He believes process orientation, goal setting, and metric analysis are the keys to success in the IT staffing industry. He leads by example, and emphasizes quality over quantity.
Additionally, Steve manages our ISO 20000-1:2018 Quality Manual and Audit process internally.
Steve possesses a Bachelor’s Degree from Randolph-Macon College and has been progressing with nTech Workforce since November 2012.
Board of Advisors
Greg Miller, Executive Principal at Hayland Advisors LLC
Greg Miller has 20+ years of leadership experience across a variety of industries in both corporate and consulting settings. Most recently, Greg served as an executive with CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield managing a range of responsibilities across IT and Shared Services organizations including IT Strategy, Strategic Sourcing, Budgeting and Vendor Management, Service Management, PMO and others.
Greg also worked at Deloitte Consulting in their Strategy & Operations practice serving Fortune 100 clients across a variety of industries including Healthcare, Finance, Consumer Retail, Energy, and Manufacturing. Prior to this, he worked at Ameriprise, a division of American Express, in a number of management capacities.
Greg has presented at numerous conferences and hosted industry forums. Greg has a B.S. in Finance and Economics from the University of Minnesota, an MBA from the University of North Carolina and has achieved CFA and ITIL professional designations amongst other educational pursuits. Throughout his career, he has actively supported a variety of professional trade organizations across Strategic Planning, Finance, Sourcing, IT Service Management, Project Management and has served on non-profit boards.
Don C. Hotz, Executive Advisor at Hotz Consulting
Kenneth E. Clark, President of Silver Spring Strategic Solutions
Kenneth E. Clark is President, Silver Spring Strategic Solutions, a management consulting firm specializing in organization process improvement, business development, supplier diversity and public policy related to minority business enterprise development. Kenneth was previously the President and CEO of the Maryland/District of Columbia Minority Supplier Development Council, one of the 37 councils of the National Minority Supplier Development Council. There he facilitated the Council’s mission to link minority businesses to procurement contracting opportunities in corporate America and other major buying organizations. Under Mr. Clark’s leadership, the Council doubled its MBE client base and steadily grew their collective revenues to over $2 Billion with over 14,000 people employed locally. In addition, Mr. Clark made advocacy on behalf of minority businesses a major part of his role. He became a major spokesperson in support of increased opportunity for minority businesses in both the public and private sector before various federal, state and local government committees and commissions.He is a founding member and Vice Chair of the Capitol Region Innovation Cluster Consortium, a business organization whose objective is to create knowledge-based jobs, innovation-based economic development and wealth in the Maryland/Washington region and internationally.
He was a member of several boards including Maryland’s Small Business Development Center and the Center for Minority Business Development. While at Verizon, he was the founding steering committee chair of the National Capital Minority Business Opportunity Center in Prince Georges County. He has been a regular presenter at business conferences and public hearings on issues related to minority business development. He was Chair of the Montgomery County, MD Charter Review Commission for several years, was President and currently is an active member of the Montgomery County Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., and the Colesville United Methodist Church among other community and civic activities.
Before joining the MD/DC MSDC, Kenneth retired as Vice President of External Affairs for Verizon Washington, DC. In over 35 years at Verizon and its predecessor companies, Kenneth served in various assignments of increasing responsibility in engineering, operations, international project management and public affairs. One highlight of his career was leading a 3-year project to deliver consulting and information technology to Telefonica, the Spanish telephone company, in Madrid, Spain. In his roles in Verizon, he also became one of its strongest advocates for connecting local minority businesses to the procurement activities of the corporation and was successful getting several minority businesses access to Verizon contracts. He also represented Verizon on the Washington, DC Building Industry Association (DCBIA) where leading contractors and developers met to plan and discuss development activity in the DC community.
Mr. Clark is a graduate of Morgan State College with a degree in Physics.
James Poland, General Manager at Koniag Services, Inc.
Jim Poland is formerly Vice President of Strategic Development at Genova Technologies and a Senior Associate within the Civil & Commercial Group of Booz Allen Hamilton where he was responsible for developing and leading information technology solutions for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). His leadership at Genova, a small, disadvantaged 8(a) firm, lead to increased revenues of over $20 Million annually. He has recruited, trained, and lead teams of professionals who played a pivotal role in the implementation of major healthcare reform initiatives under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA). These initiatives included Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH), the Federally Facilitated Marketplace, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), Medicaid & CHIP Program (MACPro) System, and others.Prior to his 20+ year career supporting the mission of CMS, Mr. Poland worked as Systems Analyst in a variety of fields including Banking, Telecommunications, Manufacturing, Insurance, Transportation, and the Department of Defense developing information technology solutions and where he became a Certified Oracle Professional.
Mr. Poland has authored guidance and articles for CMS and the International Institute of Business Analysis. He is an active supporter of the Baltimore Chapter of the Project Management Institute and is a certified Project Management Professional. He has served on church leadership boards in a variety of roles and presently attends Grace Community Church in Fulton, MD. He is a graduate of Coe College in Cedar Rapids, IA with a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies.