Andrea Stone, Chief Executive Officer
Andrea Stone founded DPI in 2006 as a management consulting and technology firm to provide collaborative consulting services in both the public and private sector. She is an expert in performance management, team decision support, and collaborative change management. She has consulted extensively and led projects related to large-scale technology implementation, strategic planning, change management, knowledge management, and technology acquisition. Before founding DPI, Andrea supported multiple engagements in the DHS and Transportation spaces at Booz Allen and Hamilton. She is a founding member of the Government Technology and Services Coalition and has served as president of the Washington DC chapter of Women in Transportation. She is a member of Women in Homeland Security (WHS), the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Organization (AFCEA), and the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA). She received a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Pittsburgh.
Marc E. Zigo, Chief Operating Officer
As DPI’s Chief Operating Officer (COO), Marc is responsible for developing and implementing strategic plans that are central to the growth of the organization, overseeing the programs/projects related to DPI performance, and personnel throughout the company. His responsibilities also include overseeing business functions and building the talent of each professional staff member across the company to serve government and commercial clients. Marc’s experience and professional tenure spans the governmental and commercial markets within strategic operations, business development, client relations, and government affairs. He is active in several professional organizations and associations, and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Maryland in both History & Political Science.
Kevin Stone, Chief Financial Officer
Kevin Stone serves as contracts and finance manager at DPI. He has expertise in developing systems and infrastructure to help small businesses achieve financial stability and controlled growth. He spent much of his early career with large construction firms overseeing the design, development, and construction of commercial, governmental, and military installations ranging from $10 million to more than $100 million. Through his work with large, complex projects, he develop proven methodologies for organizational design within the construction industry. Kevin leveraged these skills as a consultant working with small construction and development firms, assisting with organizational development and strategic planning. He is a graduate of George Mason University’s Executive Master of Business Administration program and holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.