Meet Our Leadership Team
Red River’s greatest asset has always been our people. They’re at the core of our company and exemplify our values of purpose, integrity, collaboration, creativity, philanthropy and a strong work ethic. With this experienced leadership team in place, we are able to grow as an organization and better fulfill our mission of making a positive impact on citizens, soldiers, consumers and employees. It’s why we’re in a solid position to help our customers achieve success.
Rick BolducChairman of the Board of Directors
Rick joined Red River at its inception in 1995 as Controller and has advanced through the successful start-up’s leadership team over the past two decades, becoming CFO in 1997 and taking the helm as CEO in 1999. Under his corporate leadership, Red River has grown at an average annual rate of 23 percent over the past 19 years and has significantly expanded its list of strategic partners.
Bolduc has amassed more than 30 years of varied experience during his career, including accounting, auditing and business review for Fortune 500 corporations, business management, human resources and strategic growth analysis for SMB and mid-market companies. Prior to joining Red River, he worked with United Dominion Industries, Ltd., Whitman Communication Group and Luminescent Systems, Inc. Bolduc holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science with a concentration in Accounting and Business Management and minor in Economics from the University of Vermont.
Before joining Red River, Alan was CEO of Accunet, a company he founded and led for more than 19 years before being acquired by Red River. Alan led the company to $70M in annual revenue before being acquired by Red River. Before starting Accunet in 1997, Alan was the VP of Sales at Vertex, a NY headquartered publicly traded solution provider. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Furman University.
Dan joined Red River in 1997 as an Account Manager. He was responsible for identifying, driving, and closing business with federal government customers.
Dan became a member of the Red River management team in 2001 where he has since served in a variety of roles focused primarily on sales and operational leadership before being named President of Operations in 2016. Prior to Red River, he worked in the financial services industry at SNL Financial in Hoboken, NJ. Dan is a volunteer hockey and soccer coach and has served on several Boards including the Carter Community Building Association, the Red River Charitable Foundation and Mascoma Savings Bank. He is a graduate of Bates College (1996) where he majored in Economics.
Tim previously worked at Cisco, where he was responsible for identifying and executing go-to-market strategies for its $13B Customer Experience (CX) division. Tim has led global relationships between Cisco and its converged infrastructure and storage partners, including supporting business development, technical strategy, innovation, collaboration and engineering alignment.
Prior to Cisco, Tim worked in technology leadership roles with well know organizations like Hyatt, Fontainebleau Resorts and Global Technology Resources, Inc. (GTRI) – where he was CTO and CIO with strategy, resource and budget responsibilities. Tim is a military veteran, having spent 9 years on active duty in the Army and as a reservist in the Army National Guard.
Jason is a global technology industry veteran in both the federal and commercial marketplace. Most recently, he served as both CEO and CFO of Globecomm, an integrated technology solution provider focused on managed services in the federal government and commercial marketplace. Jason earned his Executive MBA from George Washington University and holds an MS in Accounting and Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management.
Ross WoodleyChief Programs Officer (CPO)
Prior to joining Red River, he spent five years with Dell EMC where he was the Director of COCOM/Defense Agency/MHS Strategic Program Pursuit and then an Account Executive for the Department of Veteran Affairs. Ross retired as a Colonel from the U.S. Air Force, last serving as the Director of Washington Operations, United States Joint Forces Command, Washington D.C.
Sera GrayVP, Business Operations
Kush KumarSenior VP of Sales
Before joining Red River, Kush started his Federal sales career at GTSI as a DoD solutions architect, focusing on server, storage and networking enterprise solutions. While leading a global team, Kush played a leading role in growing GTSI's DoD business to over $350M. After GTSI, Kush became the DoD/ Army sales manager for Oracle using his deep experience in the Federal sector and long-standing relationships within DoD to create and sell IT services and product solutions to meet the demanding needs of the U.S. military. Kush is a graduate of the University of Virginia, where he majored in Electrical Engineering.
Ed LevensVP of Marketing
Jennifer HoodSenior VP of HR
Jennifer has nearly two decades of experience enhancing overall business performance through talent management, workforce development and organizational effectiveness. Most recently, she served as the Vice President of Human Resources for American Renal Associates, a high-growth organization of more than 5,000 employees in 26 states. She has also worked in key HR roles with market-leading brands like ADP and Timberland.
Joe HornyakVP and General Counsel
Jeff SniderVP of Capture & Strategy
Jason WaldropPresident, Managed Services
Jason was previously CEO of CWPS, a solutions integrator in the Washington, D.C. area, before the company was acquired by Red River. Jason was instrumental in building the business CWPS business, with a focus on automation tools and technology adoption. Under Jason’s leadership, CWPS has been recognized with numerous industry awards to include Cisco New Partner of the Year, Cisco US and Canada SMB Partner of the Year, Cisco North America Commercial Partner of the Year, Washington Business Journal Top 25 Technology Firms, VAR Business Top 100 VARs, CRN Fast Growth Solution Provider and Kaseya 10 Best MSPs Nationwide.
Jason received a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech 1996. He is active in both local youth sports as well as the Prader-Willi Foundation.