Stephen Delahunty is the senior VP of IT services at Tetra Tech AMT, the principal aerospace and information technology business unit of Tetra Tech Inc., a publicly traded, $2.6 billion environmental, engineering and technology firm with over 13,000 employees in 330 locations worldwide supporting the federal government, international and commercial sectors. Delahunty is an executive leader with 25 years of program management, IT, business development, team leadership and program startup experience. His IT systems experience encompasses program/project management, life cycle support, software development, enterprise architecture, security, networking and telecommunications. Delahunty combines expertise in commercial and federal sector consulting services. In addition to U.S. government consulting services experience, he has held other industry management and consulting positions in the private sector.
Delahunty is adjunct faculty at George Washington University teaching graduate computer science. He is an elected Distinguished Fellow and board member emeritus of the Network Professional Association. He is a director at large on the North American board of the Global IT; Community Association. Delahunty is also a board member emeritus of Byte Back, a nonprofit community computer training center in Washington, D.C. He was an invited member of the Network Computing magazine editorial advisory board and an invited member of the Rochester Institute of Technology Academic Curriculum Advisory Group for the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. He is a regular technology conference speaker, panel member/moderator, and author of more than 40 articles and industry reports, including a series of articles for Network Computing and reports for InformationWeek Government. He holds various technology industry certifications, a bachelor's degree in engineering from Lafayette College, a Master of Business Administration in technology management from the University of Phoenix and a Master of Liberal Arts in information technology from Harvard University.