Todd Rogers is the President and CEO of LTR. He brings over 30 years of experience supporting strategic efforts for federal, commercial, and international clients. His experience in introducing new technologies includes the widespread use of Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) to meet complex regulatory and organizational needs; implementation of Virtual Computing to optimize resource utilization and improve secure information storage; Capital Planning, Governance and Investment Control (CPIC) for federal agencies in accordance with GAO and congressional guidelines; Data Analytics to define financial and spatial trends; IV&V and Network Scanning and strategic positioning and outreach, including Congress and C-level executives in federal agencies and commercial organizations.
Todd presents a wealth of professional experience. He was the Director for the federal government practice for Shavlik, a global leader in IT management and network security systems. Additionally, Todd led government sales and business development for two global firms recognized as industry leaders in the fields of data analytics and GIS, building and managing a multimillion dollar portfolio within each enterprise. He has led project teams in the areas of geospatial information systems, security software, and business and data analytics. Over his career, Todd’s client list includes support to 25 federal, state, and local government agencies, including recent work on contracts supporting the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Agriculture, and National Geospatial Agency.
As President and CEO of Logical Technology and Research (LTR), Todd not only leads business development, he provides subject matter expertise and is directly involved in allocating resources to ensure proper execution of every assignment. As a veteran in the industry, he applies his career experience to direct the company’s activities related to new or existing collaborations; develop responses to federal and commercial invitations to bid, RFPs, and solicitations; and manage the contract portfolio.
Deserene Worsley, MBA, PMP has over 20 years of experience in effectively managing large IT integration programs for both government and commercial clients. Her experience includes applying industry best practice lifecycle development models from traditional waterfall-based approaches to effective use of agile development principles. Deserene is skilled in the use of business process reengineering techniques to support full enterprise or department-specific operations. She has applied BPR to design and analysis of workflows across disciplines, including geospatial information systems, records management, enterprise content management, database managment, and network operations. She also has experience leading Agencywide efforts to implement an effective, secure cloud migration for enterprise systems, convening stakeholders and introducing a range of IT solutions and best practices to support this goal.
Deserene is a proven innovator, working with client organizations to create and implement strategic solutions. For example, she worked with the Department of Justice to design a GIS-based system to support the Department’s civil rights litigation efforts nationwide. Other client experience includes support to civilian and DoD agencies such as the Department of Agriculture, Department of Interior, the Selective Service Administration, Department of Treasury, the Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Housing and Urban Development, the State of Maryland, and the District of Columbia. She received a Bachelor’s degree from Duke University and a Master of Business Administration from Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
William McVay is the Chief Growth Officer for LTR, bringing 30+ years of senior executive experience and leadership in the Federal sector, across multiple agencies, including the Executive Office of the President. He is the lead for LTR’s business development efforts, as well as the principal liaison and subject matter experts on contracts involving Enterprise Risk Management, Business process Design, IT Strategy and Modernization, Shared Services, and IT Management.
William assumes a leadership role in the federal sector’s IT and governance community, through efforts such as serving an officer on the AIM Council, an organization built on the legacy of the former CPIC Forum and Conference. In this role, McVay contributes thought leadership to support the AIM Council goal of integrating government by incorporating unified approaches to Leadership, Advocacy, and Education.
He is also the lead author for LTR’s response to the OMB initiative seeking industry input regarding OMB Methods and Leading Practices for Advancing Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through Government (Summer 2021).
LTR supports wholeheartedly Bill’s involvement with Restoration Ranch. Restoration Ranch first began sharing their holistic equine rehabilitation program with the veteran community in 2014. At that time, it was simply a pilot program for a handful of participants. With increasing support, the organization’s equine learning programs have grown to serve more than 1000 veteran families each year. LTR is proud to support the mission and contribute to the impact of Restoration Ranch. The organization website offers information about their activities and support.