Chief Executive Officer
Todd Stottlemyer is CEO and a member of the board of directors of Acentra Health, a vital partner for government-sponsored healthcare agencies. Formed in 2023 by the merger of industry leaders CNSI and Kepro, Acentra Health combines public sector knowledge, clinical expertise, and technological ingenuity to modernize the healthcare experience for state and federal partners and their priority populations. Acentra Health is backed by Carlyle (NASDAQ: CG), a global investment firm.
In 2018, Stottlemyer was named CEO of CNSI, a healthcare software products and solutions company. Prior to CNSI, Stottlemyer served in multiple executive leadership roles as an executive vice president at the Inova Health System, a 20,000-employee healthcare organization serving the Washington, DC region. In his most recent role, he served as CEO of the Inova Center for Personalized Health, where he was responsible for the Inova Schar Cancer Institute, the Inova Translational Medicine Institute, which he helped create, Inova’s clinical research programs, the Inova Strategic Investment Initiative (venture fund), and the Inova Personalized Health Accelerator.
Before Inova, Stottlemyer served as CEO and as a member of the board of directors of Acentia, a healthcare-focused information technology company (backed by SnowPhipps and Blue Delta Capital Partners; acquired by Maximus – NYSE: MMS). Stottlemyer previously served as CEO and as a member of the board of directors of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), leading the nation’s largest business association (over 350,000 small businesses across the U.S.); as co-founder and CEO of Apogen Technologies, a private equity backed (Arlington Capital Partners) information technology company (acquired by QinetiQ Group PLC – LON: QQ); as President of McGuireWoods Consulting and Managing Director of McGuireWoods Capital Group; as Chief Financial and Administrative Officer of BTG, a publicly-traded information technology company (sold to L-3 – NYSE: LHX); and as Corporate Vice President and a member of the executive leadership team of BDM International, a two times publicly traded and private equity backed (Carlyle) information technology company (sold to TRW; now Northrop Grumman – NYSE: NOC).
Stottlemyer attended William & Mary, graduating Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A, and he received a Juris Doctor degree Cum Laude from the Georgetown University Law Center. Stottlemyer is a member of the Virginia State Bar.