Our chapter is led by an elected 7 member board. These members serve a two-year term in their posts and guide the strategic direction of the chapter. We presently have a vacancy on the board, please use the contact form on the home page if you are interested in applying.
President – Eddy Cruz
Mr. Cruz is an accomplished leader and has more than 16 years of experience in technology, information security, and risk management. As the Evergreen Chapter President, he currently provides leadership by organizing, defining, and executing strategic initiatives. Prior to serving as the Evergreen Chapter President, Eddy was the Associate Chief Information Security Officer for a cloud based software company and has previously served as Information Assurance Manager for military and DoD Organizations. When not working to secure information and communications systems, Eddy likes to put his program management and risk management skills to the test by designing and engineering race cars, and competing in local motorsports races
Vice President – Jason Popp
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Treasurer – Isabella Molamphy
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Membership Director – Jordan Wiseman
Sector Chief Program Director – Kristopher Dane
Kristopher Dane, Associate at the international engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti, Inc., is a graduate of the University of Washington (UW) Master of Arts in Policy Studies program and a graduate of the Information Assurance and Risk Management Certificate Program at University of Washington. Kris holds certifications from the Department of Defense Committee on National Security Systems and is currently a Doctor of Engineering Candidate at George Washington University. He has published research on data breaches in the ISSA journal and previously spent nine years as a Technical Program Manager before joining Thornton Tomasetti, where he brings his analytical, programming, and modeling skills to serve their Structural and Protective Design Practices.
Board Collaboration Tools
As this is a non-profit organization that is still trying to raise money to support events; the board makes use of as many free productivity tools as possible to coordinate our activities including: