Michelle Hines is a former US Army Major and veteran of the US Army Intelligence Corps with over 20 years of service supporting the US and foreign governments in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.
As an Army Officer and civilian contractor, she led and supported diverse operations in intelligence, security, executive protection, special operations, disaster management, humanitarian relief, and nation-building. Throughout her career as an intelligence and security professional, she supported US and allied interests in Korea, Africa, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Leading a company initiative, Ms. Hines directed a development effort for a ground surveillance prototype for the Department of Transportation, which enables the agency to monitor it borders for vehicular traffic.
She continues to posture The GRC Group for future success by promoting and exploring business opportunities domestically and abroad in the areas of intelligence, global security, infrastructure support, ground and aerial surveillance, and other areas.
Ms. Hines is pursing two degrees - a Masters of Arts Degree in Business and Organizational Security Management and a Master’s of Science Degree in Cyber Security. She earned a B.S. in Accounting from North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, NC, 1990.
Travis Hundall, Chief Information Officer
Travis Hudnall is a Technology Executive who possesses a 23-year track record for spearheading organizations’ technology divisions and successfully implementing multimillion dollar programs in the government and corporate sectors. Mr. Hudnall is credited as the mastermind behind several high profile projects from providing technical support for the 2009 Presidential Inauguration, to implementing a Y2K program for a Fortune 500 company, to implementing the enterprise architecture program for the nation’s capital.
In 2007, Mr. Hudnall was appointed as the Chief Information/Technology Officer of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) in Washington, D.C. As CIO/CTO, he established a five-year strategic plan for all IT programs. Mr. Hudnall motivated his staff of 95 with a vision to leverage enterprise-level technology to increase the availability, breadth, and speed of business-critical IT systems—services and sharing—disseminating vital information. During his tenure through Fall 2010, Mr. Hudnall directed a $25 million budget and implemented several programs internally, including the first Records Management Systems in collaboration with federal agencies, migration of a critical legacy mainframe system to a state-of-the-art windows component based system, and a wireless Mobile Data Terminal program, installing laptops within cruisers which revolutionized how officers perform field duties.
Since 2008, Mr. Hudnall has served on the Board of Directors for the Capital Region Wireless Information Network. Mr. Hudnall’s expertise was acknowledged for “Best Practice” in the White House’s Office of Management and Budget ISE Program Office publication, “Information Sharing for Counter-Terrorism,” signed by President Obama in 2009. In 2009, Police Chief Cathy Lanier of the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department honored Mr. Hudnall for his vision and service with the Bureau Employee of the Year Award, also labeling him as the “Best IT Guy in the Country.” An advocate for science and technology education, Mr. Hudnall instituted a Student Mentoring and College Intern Program at MPD. This program fostered the academic development of 20 students over the past two years.
Mr. Hudnall is a graduate of Jackson State University and earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Engineering with a minor in Mathematics and Computer Science.