Word from the president


We support the states of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and the District Of Columbia for individuals (members and non-members) who wish to learn about, participate in, and network with the Data Center Community. There are a number of ways to participate with our Chapter – we typically have four meetings per year (one per quarter) and are always looking for help with our various committees that support these events. If you are interested please send an e mail to me or the Events team listed on the website. 

Additionally, we have engaged in an internship program that provides undergraduate engineering students with exposure to the data center business. Our first student worked for the Potomac Chapter last summer (2018) and our Board has recently teamed up with VCU and Herndon High School to initiate three interns for the summer of 2019. We will be continuing this annually to help introduce and hopefully drive young  engineers into the data center space. Current members enjoy attendance to our Chapter Meetings where we discuss current issues, solutions, new technologies and new methodologies in the data center in addition to informal social networking events. Each summer we also host a golf tournament that typically sells out so please join us ! Our members support of these events fund our annual internship program and expose new students to the data center business.

If you are currently not a member, we welcome you to come to a meeting and check us out.  We have a diverse group and we can always learn from your experiences and knowledge.  If you are a member of our Chapter already, thank you for your support, and on behalf of our Board we hope to serve you proudly. My contact information is below if you have any questions or an idea for a meeting. Thank you.

Dave Mulholland 
Dave.Mulholland@pdicorp.com
Cell 804-306-5183

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