MicroTech CEO Appointed to American Film Institute Council

Vienna, Va. – June 10, 2014 — MicroTech President & CEO, Tony Jimenez, is a new Vice Chair to the American Film Institute (AFI) Corporate Council. Chaired by Jim Moffatt, Chairman & CEO of Deloitte Consulting LLP, the Corporate Council is an esteemed group of business community leaders throughout the nation dedicated to supporting the Institute’s preservation and educational initiatives.

The Council represents the ideal upon which AFI was created in the White House Rose Garden nearly 50 years ago...that movies matter and is one of our country’s most important art forms. AFI is America’s promise to preserve the history of the motion picture, to honor the artists and their work and to educate the next generation of storytellers.

Jim Moffatt, AFI Corporate Council Chairman, stated “We’re thrilled to have a leader like Tony join us as a Vice Chair of the AFI Corporate Council. With Tony’s ideas and insight, he will be a great addition to the Corporate Council. He’ll be a catalyst to let others know, firsthand, the power of film and television programs to inspire and engage audiences.”

Jimenez explained the importance of his new role by saying “Having the unique opportunity to support developmental initiatives, help safeguard America’s filmmaking history, and promote the use of MicroTech’s innovative technology solutions, is a dream come true.”

Other members on the Council include: Brad Grey – Chairman & CEO, Paramount Pictures; Alan Horn – Chairman, Walt Disney Studios; Donna Langley – Chairman, Universal Pictures; Michael Lynton – CEO Sony Entertainment, Chairman & CEO, Sony Pictures Entertainment; Ron Meyer – Vice Chairman, NBC Universal; Les Moonves – President & CEO, CBS Corporation; Mark Hurd – President, Oracle; and Anne Sweeney – Co-Chairman, Disney Media Networks & President, Disney/ABC Television Group. The support of the AFI Corporate Council builds upon the governance of the AFI Board of Trustees.

Under Jimenez’ leadership, MicroTech, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), is an industry leading prime contractor on over 100 Federal projects and holds more than 25 procurement vehicles, offering access to 2500 vendors and over a million technology products and services. The nationally recognized company is also certified by the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC). Founded in 2004, MicroTech expertly provides Technology Integration, Telecom Solutions, Network Systems, Cloud Computing, Product Support, Managed Service Solutions, and Visual Communications to commercial enterprises, as well as the public sector — managing over half-a-million tech users daily.

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