Paul Liberty BIO - ITPAC
Paul Liberty is Vice President for Corporate Affairs and Investor Relations for GTSI, a 26 year old technology solution and services company located in Herndon, Virginia. Mr. Liberty is responsible for corporate communications, strategic planning activities, legislative affairs, identifying merger and acquisition candidates, public affairs and investor relations. Mr. Liberty reports directly to Jim Leto, GTSI's Chief Executive Officer and is a member of the seven person executive management team.
During his 22 year career, Mr. Liberty has been involved in policy development and implementation of technology strategies primarily focused on government activities. Mr. Liberty also has played key leader ship roles in creating and executing on wide ranging strategic communication plans for customers, employees, investors and partners.
Prior to joining GTSI, he was a Vice President for McGuireWoods Capital Group a mergers and acquisitions capital raising and financial advisory firm established to serve small to middle market technology companies. Mr. Liberty previously served as Vice President for investor relation, government relations, and public relations for Metrocall a publicly traded wireless telecommunications company.
Before joining Metrocall, Mr. Liberty served in the White House under President George H. W. Bush and at the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development under Secretary Jack Kemp. In addition to his federal experience, Mr. Liberty also managed policy and legislative functions for the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce and for Michael Frey a member of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors.
Mr. Liberty is in his fifth year co-chairing The Northern Virginia Technology Council's (NVTC) Public Policy Steering Committee which reports directly to the NVTC's Board of Directors. Mr. Liberty has also been active in a number of business, civic, and charitable organizations including SOAR (Spartans Organized for Action on Renovation of West Springfield High School), the Citizens Budget Advisor Committee, The American Heart Association, Celebrate Fairfax, South Fairfax Small Business Resource Partnership, Fairfax County Criminal Justice Advisory Board, The Fairfax County Library Foundation, The Virginia Public Access Project, The International Children's Festival, Leadership Fairfax, Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, and Catholic Charities. He has also been appointed by both Democratic and Republican state and local elected official to boards, task forces and study committees.
Mr. Liberty received his B.A. in English from George Mason University.
Mr. Liberty is lifelong resident of Fairfax County and lives in the Braddock District section of West Springfield with his wife and three school-aged children.