Peg Grayson

President of MTN Government and member of the President's National Infrastructure Advisory Council

Grayson brings over 30 years' experience in the telecommunications industry to MTN Government. A presidential appointee to the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC), she actively participates in the development of policy recommendations and guidance to the White House through the Department of Homeland Security.

Appointed to the NIAC by President Bush in 2002, Grayson is currently serving at the request of President Obama. An expert in cybersecurity and information sharing, she has participated in several comprehensive studies advising the president on the security of the nation's critical infrastructures and information systems.

Prior to MTN Government, Grayson held leadership roles at technology companies, focusing on finance, policy, regulatory compliance, and risk management. As president and CEO of V-One, she worked closely with federal, state and local government agencies on the requirements and design of security products, developing deep expertise in cybersecurity, data integrity and information sharing in wired, wireless and satellite networks.

Other key positions include CFO of MTN Inc., federal compliance manager for Tremco Inc., president of Coalescent Technologies Corp., president of AEP Networks, vice president and CFO for SPACEHAB, Inc., and CFO for Sirius Satellite Radio. Grayson started her distinguished career as a senior finance manager for Honeywell Aerospace and Defense.

Grayson earned a B.S. in accounting from the State University of New York Buffalo, an MBA in finance from the University of South Florida, and a certificate in international finance from Georgetown University. She serves on the board of directors for several public and private companies and is on the Dean's Council and Advisory Board of the School of Business at the State University of New York in Buffalo.

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