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Robert F. Lentz
CEO / Cyber Security Strategies LLC
Robert F. Lentz is the president and CEO of Cyber Security Strategies LLC a strategic advisory firm focused on promoting cyber security technology that advances the national security posture of the federal government and critical infrastructure. Mr. Lentz will aid Lookingglass strategically by lending his knowledge of the federal government and its need to make advancements in cyber security capabilities.
Mr. Lentz formally served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber, Identity and Information Assurance (CIIA) in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Networks and Information Integration/Chief Information Officer. Since November 2000, he served as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for the Department of Defense (DoD) and in this capacity, oversaw the departments 3 billion dollar Information Assurance & Cyber Security programs. He started his career with the National Security Agency (NSA) in 1975. Since that time he accumulated over 34 years of experience and established himself as a change agent within federal government and a catalyst transforming relationships with the private sector and innovators.
Mr. Lentz is a graduate of the National Senior Cryptologic Course, Federal Executive Institute, Harvard Business School in Strategy Planning, and the Resource Management Course at the Naval Postgraduate School. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree with a double major from Saint Mary's College of Maryland and a Masters Degree in National Security Strategy from the National War College.
VP of Sales / Archer Technology
Dolce is Vice President of Sales for Archer Technologies, the leader in enterprise risk and compliance management, and oversees the company’s direct sales and sales engineering efforts globally. Dolce’s focus is to grow the demand for enterprise risk and compliance management solutions by increasing sales and driving business strategy for the Archer SmartSuite Framework and related Archer solutions. His knowledge of commercial product sales is beneficial to Lookingglass’ product strategy.
Prior to joining Archer, Dolce held several management positions, including Vice President of Sales for iDEFENSE, Senior Director of Sales at NowDocs, Vice President of Industrial Sales for The Stanley Works and Global Sales Manager for FedEx. In addition to holding positions in sales and business development, Dolce has worked with MIT to develop and deliver sales training programs to thousands of sales professionals globally. He has over 15 years of leadership experience, including commercial and government sales management, training, marketing, operations and general management.
Dan Reilly is a Managing Director at Thornburg Investment Management, an employee-owned company with assets under management of over $43 billion. The firm manages equity funds, bond funds and separate portfolios for select institutions and individuals. He is responsible for business development in the mid-atlantic, a region that has seen over 400% increase in sales during his tenure. He holds the angel investor Board of Advisor’s seat and offers his investment expertise to Lookingglass.
Prior to joining Thornburg, he was the Assistant Vice President of Business Development for Wells Real Estate Funds and served as Vice President for Keogler Investment Advisory.
Reilly received his B. A. in Economics Summa Cum Laude from Lynchburg College and an MBA in Corporate Finance from Georgia State University.
Partner / Rosenberg, Martin, Greenberg LLP
Newt Fowler leads his law firm’s business transactions and technology practices. He has an excellent reputation as a business advisor and negotiator for entrepreneurs and mid-market businesses, and provides our clients with practical knowledge and experience on the many business and legal issues they face.
He has extensive experience in general business planning, and in mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, venture capital investments, and financing transactions. He also advises many of the region’s technology companies on technology and intellectual property issues, including licensing and other IP transactions. In fact, he most recently was the CEO of a regional technology company.
Fowler is a graduate of Centre College of Kentucky (with high distinction, Phi Beta Kappa), and of the University of Kentucky Law School. He is a frequent speaker and writer on business and technology issues and is the immediate past chairman of the Greater Baltimore Technology Council.