After serving four years in the U. S. Coast Guard, Mr. Young commenced a 38-year career in providing Government engineering services to the military, DoD, and the Intelligence Community. Through 4 acquisitions at 5 different companies Mr. Young has served first as Chairman, then as CEO and President of Mystech Associates, Inc. (a company that earned $32M in revenue per year prior to it’s acquisition by Sterling Software, Inc.), President of Sterling Software Federal Systems Group (FSG) (a $170M group with Defense and Civil business), Sr. Vice President & GM of Computer Associates (CA) Federal Services where he assisted in the divestiture of Sterling’s FSG to Northrop Grumman, Vice President of Northrop Grumman’s Sterling FSG Unit where he integrated FSG into Northrop Grumman’s IT and Mission Systems Sectors and President of Oberon Associates, Inc. In 2002, Mr. Young Co-Founded Oberon Associates, Inc. with Jodi Johnson. Oberon provided biometric-based systems integration, communication systems, training and analytic support to the Army, Intelligence Community, Air Force, and other Department of Defense organizations. In July of 2008 Oberon, with over 700 employees, was sold to Stanley Associates.
After the founding of Titania Mr. Young is now sharing his time serving on numerous Boards, advancement of philanthropic efforts, and in other business ventures.
Currently, Mr. Young is involved in developing commercial real estate in Culpeper, VA and is co-owner of Tanom Motors, a new Virginia-based manufacturing company producing high performance reverse-trike motorcycles.
Mr. Young and his wife, Carol, have a long-standing interest in philanthropy and furthering the education of young people. They currently support youth pursuing college degrees by providing two public Indiana high schools with funding for four-year scholarships. Mr. Young serves on the Board of Directors of the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia, a thirty-five year old public foundation focused on poverty relief, education, youth, aging, and the military and their families. He also sits on the Board of Trustees for Highland School in Warrenton, Virginia.