Virginia-based Business Leader Lani Hay Participates in the White House “Open for Questions” Roundtable Discussion with Senior Administrative Officials

October 20, 2011 (Vienna, VA) - Lanmark Technology Inc. President/CEO Lani Hay was invited to participate in the White House Roundtable discussion, moderated by the online magazine The Root, to address poverty, the widening wealth gap and high unemployment rates.  Participants included White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett, Domestic Policy Council Director Melody Barnes, and other notable business and community leaders.

"I am honored to share with the Administration my ideas for how we can continue to grow the economy and put Americans back to work” remarked Hay.  I will continue this dialogue with Administration leaders so we can take concrete action to grow jobs and address the needs of every day Americans.  Addressing the needs of low-income people will strengthen the middle class.”
 
About The Root (www.TheRoot.com)
The Root is an online magazine of African American culture.  It offers a mix of news and opinion, arts and sports coverage. The Root also features news and opinions on black issues in the United States and worldwide and include a genealogy application designed to help black users build their family trees.  The site is the brainchild of Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Post Co. Chairman Donald E. Graham.  Gates got to know Graham through several years of joint service on the Pulitzer Prize committee.

About Lanmark Technology Inc. (www.LMT-INC.com)
Headquartered in Vienna, VA, LMT is an SBA 8(a) certified, Woman-owned, Service-Disabled Veteran-owned, Small Disadvantaged Business whose Subject Matter Experts bring cutting edge Scientific, Engineering, and high-level Program Development and Management Solutions to government and commercial customers worldwide in the areas of: Intelligence-Cyber Space/Network Operations/Biometrics/Weapons Technical Intelligence; Asymmetric Warfare-Counter IED/Homeland Defense; and Electronic Warfare.