Airway Pioneer Member
Cin D Troutman

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Over 25 years of progressive management
analyses and process engineering experience, including an extensive
focus on strategic operations, process engineering, and data integration
within both Federal and Commercial environments. In 1989, Ms. Troutman
co-founded CGH Technologies, Inc., a woman-owned, small business that is
privately held and international in scope. Ms. Troutman’s active
management and support of her clientele ranges from the day-to-day
monitoring of mission-critical services to her participation in
responding to Congressional requests for studies. Today, as the sole
owner of this rapidly expanding organization, Ms. Troutman is the lead
visionary for CGH – a company that is quickly establishing itself as the
new model for integrated Business Solutions.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE CGH Technologies, Inc., Washington, DC January
1989 – Present President Ms. Troutman is a co-founder of CGH
Technologies, Inc., a woman-owned small business that is privately held,
diversified and commercial, government and international in scope. As
President, Ms. Troutman provides input to strategic initiatives and
coordinates and implements those initiatives both internally and
externally to CGH. As a corporate officer, she is responsible for the
financial and contractual strength and performance of the company.

Life Cycle Technology Corporation, Vienna, Virginia July 1989-January
1991 Systems Engineer/Project Manager As a Systems Engineer/Project
Manager, Ms. Troutman identified and cultivated new areas of opportunity
to expand and enhance the business base in both the commercial and
Federal arenas. She supported several Systems Engineering & Integration
efforts with Fortune 100 companies in the areas of Quality Assurance,
structured life cycle methodologies, and in the areas of data center
facilities management. Her efforts resulted in the expansion of
commercial work with Booz, Allen, Hamilton and McCormick-Schilling &
Company. She was a Project Manager on Federal contracts that provided
support in strategic planning, CASE, future system concepts, procurement
development, major program initiation and development, and technical and
engineering services to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), U.S.
Customs Service, Department of Defense, and the Department of Veterans
Affairs. Worked with the team responsible for the re-engineering of the
2167A process within the Xerox Corporation. Represented the company in
the sponsoring and chairmanship of the Structured Development Forum. She
also provided evaluations, assessment, and recommendations to corporate
and federal managers based on contractual obligations in accordance with
federal policy, directives, and the FARs and FIRMRs. Early work with the
FAA included cost benefits analysis and trade studies for the relocation
of a major facility and also issues with the transition of towers,
centers, and general navigation facilities.

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