Mr. Nasibdar is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Mindcubed.
Over the course of Mr. Nasibdar’s professional career, spanning a distinctive array of cross-organizational and cross-cultural perspectives, he has developed the conviction that three states of mind (curious, creative, and inspired) are essential to consistently delivering service excellence and transformational innovation. He founded Mindcubed to harness the combined power of these attributes to understand, reimagine, and master customers’ complex business challenges.
An avid technology enthusiast, Mr. Nasibdar began his career as a software engineer, writing C++ code for stock trading platforms. Subsequently, he held increasingly responsible roles in service delivery, business development, and business strategy, working primarily with small companies to improve their corporate posture and contribute significantly to their growth. Mr. Nasibdar also collaborated internationally at the United States Chamber of Commerce, working to team small businesses in America and Singapore, to promote increased trade between those two countries.
Throughout his career, Mr. Nasibdar has been privileged to deploy as well as to lead the deployment of numerous complex, enterprise-wide systems. Previously, Mr. Nasibdar led the post-9/11 implementation of the District of Columbia’s award-winning public safety JUSTIS (Justice Information Sharing) program. In that capacity, Mr. Nasibdar coordinated teams and stakeholders from more than 20 federal and city agencies and executed integrations between JUSTIS and over 70 other information systems—ensuring real-time communications between systems critical to constituent safety and rapid government response in the nation’s capital.
Mr. Nasibdar is an active member of technology-focused nonprofit organizations including the American Council of Technology-Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC). At ACT-IAC, Mr. Nasibdar served as the Chair of Cloud Computing Cross-Shared Interest Task Group. In this capacity, he collaborated and coordinated with large and small businesses to deliver tangible solutions on cloud adoption to the federal government. Mr. Nasibdar was awarded the ACT-IAC “Rookie of the Year” in 2010 for his efforts to drive collaboration between industry and the federal government. Mr. Nasibdar is also a co-author and contributor to technical papers and a frequent speaker at several industry and government events on information sharing and cloud computing. He has been quoted in the press as an industry thought leader and has participated in media as a technology subject-matter expert.
Mr. Nasibdar is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and holds a Master’s degree from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. He also earned a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Mumbai in India.
Mr. Nasibdar currently resides in Arlington, Virginia, with his wife and daughter.
Mr. Indla serves as a Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Mindcubed.
Mr. Indla joined Mindcubed in early 2013 and brings to his role 20-plus years of experience in full life-cycle software development, as well as more than 15 years of experience in complex enterprise systems design, engineering, and delivery. He has led or consulted on multi-million-dollar engagements with government agencies, leading defense contractors, healthcare organizations, retailers, and giants in the financial industry including Wachovia Securities and JP Morgan Chase, among others.
Mr. Indla began his career as a software developer/analyst, swiftly rising to roles as team lead, project manager, and senior solution architect. At Mindcubed, Mr. Indla has been instrumental in leading the design, architecture, and implementation of various Mindcubed technology initiatives.
Prior to joining Mindcubed, Mr. Indla most recently served as Senior Architect developing cross-domain products for Lockheed Martin. Previously, Mr. Indla also held various responsibilities ranging from Product Manager to Senior Software Engineer spearheading various complex enterprise product development initiatives for commercial customers and federal, state, and local governments.
Mr. Indla holds a Bachelor of Technology degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in Hyderabad, India, a prestigious institution in the region focused on engineering and enabling its students to engage in ground-breaking technical research and development.
Mr. Indla resides in Arlington, VA with his wife. He is an avid rower and enjoys traveling when he is not busy creating his next technical innovation.
Frank Scudder is the Vice President, Strategic Initiatives for Mindcubed, LLC (Mindcubed), an SBA 8(a) certified IT Software and Services company headquartered in Arlington, Virginia specializing in Big Data Analytics, Mobile Apps Development, Agile Systems Engineering, and Cybersecurity. Prior to joining Mindcubed, Mr. Scudder was the Executive Director, Strategic Growth for Primescape Solutions, Inc., a graduated 8(a) company focused on IT Consulting Services and Software Development for the federal government.
Mr. Scudder is the former Senior Vice President for Integral Consulting Services, Inc., (Integral) a woman-owned 8(a) company whose core competencies include Identity Solutions based on Multimodal Biometrics (Facial, Fingerprint & Iris recognition), Biometric Enabled Intelligence (BEI), System and Infrastructure Management Application Development & Maintenance, Software Development and Documents & Records Management Solutions.
Prior to joining Integral, Mr. Scudder was a Senior Director for AC Technology, Inc., a value-added reseller and integrator that had a strong emphasis on the implementation of Biometric Solutions, and the development of BiObex, a Java-based Biometric Middleware Solution for physical and logical security. He is also the founder of the I-Group, LLC, a management consulting firm specializing in Strategic Planning, Growth Development and Strategic Alliances/Partnerships that he managed for more than 10 years.
Mr. Scudder has also held Senior Management positions with QWEST Communications, General Electric, and CompuServe. He made major contributions to the successful start-ups at CompuServe and GEnie (GE Information Services), and helped them to become number one and two in the online services industry.
Mr. Scudder has a B.A. degree from Ohio State University and studied for a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) at Xavier University (Ohio).
Ms. Cameron Kilberg
Advisory Board Member
Ms. Cameron Kilberg is a lawyer and government affairs specialist, with over 10 years experience in politics, technology, regulatory issues, and business. She specifically specializes in business development, new technologies, and legal and policy analysis.
Ms. Kilberg has served as the Assistant Secretary and Senior Policy Advisor in the office of the Secretary of Technology of Virginia and as an attorney for Senator McCain’s 2008 Presidential campaign. Ms. Kilberg was also an associate at the law firm of Patton Boggs in Washington DC, where she worked with the financial services and corporate practice groups. Prior to law school, Ms. Kilberg worked in both the media and technology fields. She graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in Political Science and with a J.D. from George Washington University Law School where she was a member of the Public Contract Law Journal. Ms. Kilberg currently serves as a member of the UVA Department of Politics Alumni Advisory Board.
Mr. David Kriegman
Advisory Board Member
Mr. David Kriegman is the President and CEO of Z2B, LLC, a consulting company that provides operational and administrative advice to help companies achieve their strategic growth goals.
Mr. Kriegman spent 30 years growing and managing companies that provide professional services to the government. After working for the government for seven years, he held a number of leadership positions in private industry. Mr. Kriegman was Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of SRA International, a $1.3B government systems integration company with 5,500 employees. Areas of responsibility included P&L, business management, marketing and sales, human resources, contracts, and process improvement. Joining SRA when its revenues were less than $5M, Mr. Kriegman was a member of the leadership team that grew the company to over $1B.
Before becoming SRA’s COO, Mr. Kriegman led the establishment of SRA’s information technology business with the U.S. Army and was the director of Defense Systems; he grew that business from $48M to over $400M in seven years. While he was a senior manager at SRA, the company was recognized by Fortune magazine as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For and by Washingtonian magazine as one the best places to work in the D.C. area.
Prior to the establishment of Z2B, LLC, Mr. Kriegman was the Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Jacobs Technology Strategic Solutions Group where he had complete P&L responsibility for all aspects of that business. Mr. Kriegman also served as President of TechTeam Government Solutions, Inc. and was President of Command Federal, a venture-backed start-up corporation focused on growing a business based on the next generation internet technology. Mr. Kriegman is also the author of Zero to a Billion: 61 Rules Entrepreneurs Need to Know to Grow a Government Contracting Business.