Tod Weber has over 35 years of engineering and management experience in the technology industry. Tod joined Quest Software Public Sector, Inc. in July of 2022 as President and GM of the company. He was subsequently elected by the QSPSI Board of Directors to the position of Chairman of the Board.
Tod was previously the Chairman and CEO of Software AG Government Solutions. In that role, he successfully led the separation of the FOCI mitigated entity under the guidance of DSS/DCSA and grew the business for almost 10 years. He joined Software AG in 2007 with the company’s acquisition of Fairfax based webMethods, Inc. and served in numerous senior management roles rising to a Senior Vice President.
Prior to joining webMethods, he was a Senior Sales Manager at Oracle where he led a significant portion of the company’s application focus on the federal civilian market. Previously, he was the Senior Vice President of global sales and marketing for Infowave Software (formerly Telispark, which was a startup spun out of Deloitte).
Tod gained much of his early experience in the software industry from his 13-year tenure at PTC. While there, he successfully built the company’s federal, major account and global alliances organizations from the ground up. When he left PTC as a Senior Vice President in 2003, he had helped the company grow revenues from $11 million to $1 billion in 8 years while delivering 41 consecutive quarters of increasing shipments and profit.
Tod started his career as an Aerospace Engineer at the Fort Worth Division of General Dynamics (now Lockheed Martin) where he was responsible for contributing to the aerodynamic design of the F-22 raptor. He earned a B.S. degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Maryland where he graduated as a Glenn L. Martin scholar.
Chris Borneman is an experienced technology executive with over 25 years of CxO leadership roles. As the Chief Operations Officer at Quest Software Public Sector, Inc., he oversees pre- and post-sales support, services delivery, security, and IT operations.
Before joining Quest, Chris served as the Chief Technology Officer at Software AG Government Solutions, where he provided support for the Aerospace & Defense and Federal/State/Local public sectors. In this role, he led the business's pre- and post-sale operations, such as customer engagement, partner development, and service delivery. Additionally, Chris played a critical role in the development of the company's FedRAMP solution, which achieved a FedRAMP Moderate authorization.
Prior to his work at Software AG, Chris was recruited to establish the technology group and product offerings for Exostar, a joint venture of The Boeing Company, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, and Rolls-Royce. Under his leadership, the company's e-commerce platform grew exponentially, handling billions of dollars in goods and services annually. Chris was also involved in the launch of CertiPath, a joint venture between ARINC, Exostar, and SITA, which created a cross-certification identity bridge for the aerospace and defense industry which later became the first industry bridge to cross certify with the U.S. Federal Bridge Certificate Authority (FBCA).
Chris's contributions to the technology industry have been recognized throughout his career. He was named one of SmartCEO Magazine's Top 10 Technology Executives in 2009 and has been recognized as a Top 100 IT leader in various publications. In 2006, Chris was part of a team of five that received a patent for enabling explicit and multilateral trust across a community of federated servers via a network. This trust model enables multiple organizations to be their own credential issuer for their employees, while others can act as relying parties to grant authorizations based on the authentications of the credential issuer.
Ken Good is the Board Secretary and Treasurer of Quest Software Public Sector, Inc., where his responsibilities include roles as CISO, Sr. Facility Security Officer and Insider Threat Program Senior Official. He is also an active CISSP.
Ken received his undergraduate degree from Purdue University in Industrial Engineering and holds an MBA in international business from Southern Methodist University. Most recently, he earned a post-graduate certification in Cybersecurity Management and Policy from University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC).
Ken started his career in the laboratory robotics industries working for Zymark Inc. in Boston. While there, he helped to develop robotic systems for the quality control and research and development for pharmaceutical and manufacturing organizations where the chemical analysis of compounds and materials is critical to success of products and/or regulatory compliance.
Between 1989-2018, Ken was in the information communication technology (ICT) area initially joining McDonnell-Douglas Tymnet (which later sold networking division to BT). He also worked for major ICT providers BT and AT&T
Ken and his wife, Annette, have two sons and live in the Annapolis, Maryland area where they have sponsored midshipmen from USNA since 2017. Ken enjoys playing ice hockey, skiing, SCUBA diving and spending time with family.
Andrew Chubick has more than 20 years of management experience in the technology industry. Andrew joined Quest Software, Inc. in 2013 as Global Sales Controller. He was elected by the QSPSI Board of Directors to the position of Director in 2018.
Andrew previously held roles at Dell Technologies Inc. that include Sales Controller in Small and Medium Business, Sales Controller for Global Enterprise Products, Sales Controller in the Global 500 Segment, and Controller for M&A. He has extensive experience in pricing, sales compensation, sales productivity optimization, M&A, and management.
He earned a BBA degree in finance and an MBA with a concentration in finance, both from the University of Texas at Austin.
Chuck Heflebower is an independent consultant and currently serves as an outside director (and chairman of the Government Security Committee) of Quest Public Sector Inc. He also serves as a governing trustee with the U.S. Air Force Academy Falcon Foundation. Previously, he served as an outside director on the board (and chairman of the Government Security Committee) of Software AG Government Solutions and of Ericsson Federal, Inc.
After a nearly 35-year active duty career in the United States Air Force and retiring as a lieutenant general, Chuck worked for nine years as an independent consultant at several U.S. defense companies but principally served as a senior mentor with the Air Force Operational Command Training Program. As a senior mentor, Heflebower advised, educated and trained members of all services in the operational level of war.
In September 2010, he joined Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) as the Air Force strategic account executive. In 2013, when SAIC was split into two companies, he took the same role with Leidos, Inc. He retired from Leidos in 2018.
In the Air Force, his operational assignments included duty as a reconnaissance and fighter pilot, command of a fighter squadron, fighter wing and, twice, numbered air force. His Air Staff (Pentagon) assignments included leadership positions in operational requirements, personnel, plans, programs, and base realignment and closure.
Heflebower graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy with a bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering and earned a master’s degree from the University of Arkansas in International Relations. He is a graduate of the National War College.
Chuck and his wife Susan live in Fairfax Station, Va., and have two adult children, three grandchildren and two Labrador retrievers.
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