Edward H. Bersoff

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Edward H. Bersoff founded BTG, Inc. and served as its Chief Executive and President until 2001, when he sold the company to Titan Corporation. He was elected to the board of Titan in February 2002, and holds board positions with a number of other organizations.[1]

Prior to founding BTG in 1982, Bersoff was President of CTEC, Inc. Previously, as an officer in the U.S. Army, he was assigned to the NASA's Electronics Research Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.[1]

He taught mathematics at New York University, Kingsborough Community College in New York, Northeastern University, Boston University and American University.[citation needed]

Bersoff serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Virginia Economic Development Partnership, and serves by appointment of Virginia Governor George Allen on the Joint Subcommittee to Study Capital Access and Business Financing.[citation needed] He is the chairman of Greenwich Associates.[2]

Bersoff holds A.B., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in mathematics from New York University.[1]