Leadership

2017 – 2018 Board of Directors from left to right, Andy Chen IEEE, Richard Martin INCOSE, Jean Gehring President, Ingrid Baptiste Hunt DAMA-I, Rich Hilliard IEEE Alternate Delegate, Charles Martin IIBA. Not present is Mike Rosen Business Architecture Guild.                           

FEAPO is a volunteer organization governed by a Board of Directors consisting of Delegates representing member organizations. The Board of Directors is comprised of five Delegates with alternating terms. 

BOARD RECOGNITION
The Board of Directors acknowledges DAMA-I Delegate Ingrid Baptiste Hunt. Serving as a Delegate since FEAPO’s inception and a Director for 3 terms, her forward thinking and guidance have helped shape, sustain and cultivate FEAPO. Among her many contributions, Ingrid’s leadership in the Taxonomy Work Group helped to establish the classifications across the disciplines associated with Enterprise Architecture.

Founding President Emeritus
Dr. Brian Cameron, Associate Dean for Professional Master’s Programs and Clinical Professor of Management Information Systems at the Penn State Smeal College of Business his accomplishments include multiple academic and professional awards including founding President of the Federation of Enterprise Architecture Professional Organizations (FEAPO), founding board member of the Business Architecture Guild, founding member of the MITRE Enterprise Architecture Body of Knowledge Governing Board and building the Center for Enterprise Architecture at Penn State College. Dr. Cameron is an international speaker in venues that include the White House Conference Center, World CIO Forum, Office of the CIO of the U.S. Department of Defense, The National Association of State CIOs, and others. He is a member of the IP3, Global Industry Council (United Nations Affiliated), Board of Trustees for the Center for the Advancement of the Enterprise Architecture Profession and a co-chair of the Academic Alliance Committee for the Special Interest Group on Enterprise Architecture and the Industry Advisory Council of the U.S. Federal Government.