Steven Seiden, is the founder and President of Acquired Data Solutions, Inc., a threat management, test and evaluation, and engineering services firm based in Rockville, Maryland. ADS has served several federal agencies including the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA), and federal contractors including Northrop Grumman, TASC, and SAIC.
ADS has an extensive background in automated test equipment (ATE), industrial data acquisition, hardware development, including embedded systems and integration. Over the past ten years, ADS has expanded its services to include RF spectral capture and emulation, acoustic and vibration monitoring, RF EMSEC/EMI testing, and measurement, data acquisition, and control systems in the fields of electronic warfare, medical devices, energy, and transportation.
Mr. Seiden has also been certified Developer and Instructor for National Instruments, where ADS is a Silver Alliance member.
Ms. Ramsay has twenty years of experience in Business Administration and Operations. She manages the administrative, financial and human resources functions at Acquired Data Solutions, Inc. She also assists in other functional areas including marketing and sales and general operations.
Ms. Ramsay has a M.S. degree in Technology Management from the University of Maryland University College, Maryland and B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica.
Joan Goldberg, has served for over ten years as Business Development Officer at ADS. She is also Marketing Manager, and co-owner of Terriss Consolidated Industries, a strategic partner of ADS, based in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Over the past ten years, Ms. Goldberg’s responsibilities have included sales, marketing, customer service, business development, and administrative support on ADS’ contract with the TSA, through its prime, Engility Corp.
Prior to joining ADS, Joan Goldberg served for fifteen years as Sales Manager for a large coatings manufacturer. She was also an Administrative Assistant to two U.S. Congressman based in Washington D.C.