Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer
As President and CEO, Mr. Long is responsible for leading Longevity’s strategic vision, creating new business opportunities, and managing key client relationships.
He brings a rich and varied technical background to the firm, with nearly two decades of experience in data architecture and engineering management, spanning a wide range of disciplines that include information technology, product development, and professional consulting.
Prior to forming Longevity, Mr. Long worked at Booz Allen Hamilton, where he held positions of Associate and Data Architecture Subject Matter Expert. During his tenure, he managed staff and grew teams, while solving digital and data architecture challenges for scores of federal clients, including the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Labor and the National Science Foundation.
Prior to Booz Allen Hamilton, Mr. Long worked for CIBER in the Washington, DC Metro area, where he was a Senior Data Architect focused on data architecture, data warehouse, data management, and system and database design.
He graduated from National Louis University in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science in Business, and in 2002 with a Masters of Management of Information and Telecommunication Systems from Johns Hopkins University.