Executive Vice President
Marc Thompson is executive vice president of ITPG in charge of the company’s training and education businesses. He is an accomplished marketing and sales executive with a history of building successful businesses.
Since joining the company in 2001, Thompson has overseen the multimillion dollar growth of client (ISC)2, the global leader in educating and certifying information security professionals, and expanded ITPG’s credential-building business into other professions and industries.
Prior to joining ITPG, Thompson held senior management roles at technology companies such as TimeBridge Technologies and Delta Microsystems. As executive vice president of business development, he was responsible for the growth and ultimate acquisition of TimeBridge by Dimension Data. As executive vice president over product development, marketing and sales, he launched an IT certification training business that increased revenue by 1600 percent.
Thompson also served as founding executive of Potomac College, and created two technology radio shows: “Tech-Talk” on ABC Radio and “The Computer Tutor” on CBS Radio. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from Georgetown University.
Examination, Assessment and Curriculum Development Division
Matt Wenger is a recognized expert in all aspects of standardized testing and training program development. For the past 25 years, he has been a trusted advisor to more than hundreds credential-issuing organizations, guiding them through market analysis, program development, work plans, budgets, policies, and procedures.
Matt is ITPG’s lead consultant on developing strategic and tactical plans to expand clients’ examination and training programs. He works directly with certification bodies, including association leadership, staff, and committees on development of core competencies, bodies of knowledge, and related educational programming. He is also an expert on business analysis and strategies for all operational aspects of testing and training, including the overhaul of processes and policies to conform with industry standards, related to test development, curriculum development, standardized test administration and credentialing-related due process.
Matt manages all aspects of the examination and training accreditation process, providing guidance on key testing industry standards, such as those promulgated by ANSI ISO 17024, APA/NCME/AERA (Joint Technical Standards) ICE (NCCA Standards), CLEAR, etc.