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Navneet Gupta - Founder and President
Mr. Gupta has been involved in the founding and building of several business ventures, including founding and building SNAP in 1998. He has over 20 years of experience in business management, administration and risk management in the IT services industry. Mr. Gupta attended the University of Delhi Faculty of Management Studies for Post Graduate Specialization in Marketing Management.

Dr. Sam Frye - Communications and Marketing
Dr. Frye has over 30 years of defense program management, marketing, administration, new business development and proposal management experience in government and industry. Dr. Frye serves as a marketing and proposal consultant and advisor to SNAP.  He is recognized as a national and international proposal process lecturer, marketing process and protocol developer, business strategist and process re-engineer professional, as well as a team building facilitator.  Over the years he has led teams in securing over $65 billion in new business development through competitive acquisition and latest marketing processes.

Scott Wagoner
Mr. Wagoner currently serves as a senior member of the Board of Advisors for SNAP, Inc.  He has over 30 years of general management and business development experience. Over his career, he has orchestrated capture of new contract awards, with values in the multiple billions and effectively executed corporate and divisional level profit and loss (P&L) responsibilities. He is experienced in the development and management of government and commercial programs as large as $2B and business units generating up to $250M annually. Previously, Mr. Wagoner served as President and Chief Operating Officer for Softek and as a board member for SuperDistribution, Inc. As Vice President at the Division General Manager level at Litton PRC (Northrop Grumman), Mr. Wagoner served on the president’s Division General Manager Council and successfully ran a large P&L division and operations center. As a member of the Board of Managers and Vice President, Mr. Wagoner also oversees program operations for a 265 member chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution, which is a patriotic non-profit, United States 501(c)3 corporation. Mr. Wagoner earned a Masters degree in Management and Supervision at Central Michigan University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration at George Mason University. He also completed the Executive Development Program at the Colgate Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.

Richard V. Secord, Major General, USAF (ret)
Richard V. Secord, Major General, USAF (ret) is a senior consultant to SNAP. Gen. Secord was the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Near East, Africa, and South Asia) when he retired from active duty. At one time, Gen. Secord headed the USAF Directorate of International Affairs and was in charge of worldwide Air Force foreign military sales. As an attack pilot, Gen. Secord logged 285 combat missions during the war in Southeast Asia. Among many military assignments he served as the U.S. Commander in Iran and commanded units at every level, from flight through squadron and wing level in the USAF and was air component commander of the secret hostage rescue Joint Task Force in 1980. Gen. Secord also served on loan to the CIA for 3 years during the Southeast Asia war. During this assignment, he was the CIA Air Officer-in-charge in Laos. In this capacity, he was responsible for insuring air support for CIA-supported Laotian forces. He is a graduate of West Point, the USAF Air Command & Staff College, the U.S. Naval War College, and numerous other short-course military and educational institutions. He holds graduate degrees in English Literature from the University of Oklahoma and International Affairs from George Washington University.

During the past 20 years, Gen. Secord has headed several commercial businesses, including serving for nearly 10 years as CEO of CTI (a thermal imaging company). Additionally, he is currently President of the Air Commando Association (a 501(C)3 and 501(C)19 charity), which has over 3,500 members made up of former and active duty USAF personnel who have served or are serving in the famed air commandos—the Air Force component of U.S. Special Operations. Gen. Secord still flies having logged over 10,000 military and civilian hours and owns a Cessna 182.

General William G. T. Tuttle, Jr. USA (Ret.)
General Tuttle currently serves as a senior member of the Board of Advisors for SNAP, Inc. As Commanding General of the U.S. Army Materiel Command from 1989 until his retirement in early 1992, General Tuttle led 100,000 soldiers and civilians during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm and Operation Just Cause in Panama. He also commanded the U.S. Army Logistics Center (reorganized as the Combined Arms Support Command), the U.S. Army Operational Test and Evaluation Agency, and was Deputy Commanding General for Logistics, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. General Tuttle also served as the Army's Director of Force Management at the Pentagon. After retiring from the U.S. Army, General Tuttle was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of the Logistics Management Institute (LMI). He currently chairs the Defense Acquisition University Board of Visitors and formerly chaired the Defense Science Board Task Force on Mobility. General Tuttle is a graduate of the United States Military Academy and earned a Masters degree in Business Administration at the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration.

Alexis Diggs – DoD Division Manager
Ms. Diggs leads SNAP’s Department of Defense Division and provides strategic guidance, management, and oversight of business development, proposal, and program and project execution efforts. She is known for her problem solving skills and “can do” attitude and leverages her 8+ years of managerial experience to lead a team of highly experienced professionals and subject matter experts with a focus on customer service. She has managed efforts on acquisitions of more than $500M of new business and provides quality assurance/quality control checks for technical, management, and pricing. Ms. Diggs attended the Georgia Institute of Technology where she earned a degree in Management with a specialization in Marketing.

Archana Remane, CPA – Finance and Accounting
Credentialed as a Certified Public Accountant with a Master of Commerce in Accounting, Ms. Remane leads SNAP’s finance and accounting efforts, using her knowledge and experience to meet corporate goals and objectives. She pursues Continuing Professional Education in the areas of corporate taxation, cost accounting and Federal Acquisition Regulations.

Tim Nagode – Program Manager –Oklahoma City OK
Leading SNAP’s knowledge management program efforts for the Department of the Treasury Alcohol Tax and Trade Bureau in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Mr. Nagode has over 20 years’ experience employing performance support and knowledge management technologies including web-based and CD/DVD solutions. With degrees in media production, journalism and educational technology, he applies instructional systems design methodologies to computer-mediated learning applications and instructor-led training programs.