Ms. Anne Pappalardo has extensive experience in government contracting working in both technical and corporate positions within the defense and health sectors. Ms. Pappalardo’s involvement with small, medium and large companies as well as both public and privately held companies has provided her with a broad spectrum of knowledge including finance, contracts, systems engineering, testing, and project management.
As Chief Financial Officer of Buccaneer Computer Systems & Service, Inc., Ms. Pappalardo was responsible for accounting, finance, contracts, procurement, pricing and was involved in the strategic direction of the company. Buccaneer grew to 800 employees and nearly $100M in revenue in 10 years before being acquired by Vangent, Inc. Ms. Pappalardo provided financial and contractual support for the Vangent acquisition, which occurred in 2010 and then continued on to help with the Vangent transition as Vice President of Finance. In 2010, Buccaneer was named Contractor of the Year for the greater Washington DC area. A year later, General Dynamics acquired Vangent, and Ms. Pappalardo was a Finance Director for the Health Solutions Group at GDIT aiding in that transition.
Ms. Pappalardo joined Titania as its Chief Financial Officer, and she also provides support to various segments within the company.
While playing basketball on a Division I scholarship, Ms. Pappalardo earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from George Washington University. She continued her education by earning a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from George Washington and a Professional Accounting Certificate from Northern Virginia Community College. Ms. Pappalardo is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
Ms. Pappalardo has two stepchildren who have graduated from college and two children who attend Highland School and Linton Hall School where she is active in volunteering and support.