The shareholders of RETTEW recently elected Suhail Khan to the firm’s board of directors. Khan is RETTEW’s vice president of technology and facilities and a shareholder in the company.
As a member of RETTEW’s board of directors, Khan has a fiduciary responsibility to the firm and its shareholders. He will work with other board members to oversee the strategic direction of the company and will have a general responsibility for all major corporate policies, financial decisions, and the appointment of corporate officers. His seat on the board runs through June 2019.
“Suhail’s 20 years of leadership has helped transform RETTEW into a streamlined, efficient company with the best technology solutions for our needs,” said Mark Lauriello, President and CEO. “We are pleased to welcome him to our board.”
Khan joined RETTEW in 1996 as a technician, working to integrate developing technologies into RETTEW’s everyday business practices. Since then, he’s held roles including information systems developer, applications development manager and director of information technology. Khan is responsible for managing the strategic direction of RETTEW’s technology assets, overseeing facility resources and standards, and managing real estate leases and related investments. Since joining RETTEW, the company’s size has significantly increased, including multiple new offices and headquarter expansions. His accomplishments include designing RETTEW’s intranet, guiding the analysis, installation and integration of major business operations software, and building a team of skilled IT support individuals.
Named a shareholder in 2004, Khan is a certified scrum master and has his LEED Green Associate credential. He has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Millersville University and a master’s degree in information science from The Pennsylvania State University. Khan has been involved in SCORE Lancaster Lebanon, mentoring entrepreneurs in the local area. He resides in East Petersburg, Lancaster County.