Miami-based Lennar Corp. announced a merger agreement with Arlington- based CalAtlantic Group Inc. in a deal valued at $9.3 billion, creating what Lennar says will be the nation’s largest homebuilder. CalAtlantic, as a single entity, lasted only two years. The company was formed through the merger of The Ryland Group Inc. with California- based builder Standard Pacific Corp. The deal, already approved by each company’s board of directors, would create a homebuilding giant in control of 240,000 home sites in 49 markets in 21 states. Lennar and CalAtlantic expect to initiate the merger in the first quarter of 2018 in anticipation of shareholder approvals. (Washington Business Journal)

A groundbreaking ceremony was held in October for the new Puller Veterans Care Center in Fauquier County. The 128-bed facility will be complete in 2020. The long-term care and rehabilitation center will be built on 30 acres on the former Vint Hill Farms Station, which previously served as a U.S. Army and National Security Agency facility. The Puller Veterans Care Center will be one of four veterans care centers in Virginia, including another in the pipeline in Virginia Beach. (VirginiaBusiness. com)

Herndon-based Strayer Education Inc. will combine with Minneapolis-based Capella Education Co. to create a $1.9 billion company serving 80,000 students across all 50 states. Upon closing, Strayer Education will be renamed Strategic Education Inc. While the entity will be based in Herndon and Strayer shareholders will own 52 percent of the

combined company, both Strayer and the largely online Capella will continue to operate as independent and separately accredited institutions, maintaining separate boards and their current presidents. The merger is not expected to close until the third quarter of 2018. (Washington Business Journal)


Doug Fabbioli has been reappointed to the Virginia Wine Board. He is owner/vintner of Fabbioli Cellars in Leesburg. (News release)

The Virginia Association of Community Banks has named Patricia A. Ferrick community banker of the year. She is president at Fairfax-based FVCbank. (News release)

Juan J. Garcia has been named executive director of sales at The

National Conference Cen- ter in Leesburg. He has more than 35 years of experience in the hotel industry. (News release)

The Arling- ton-based Association of Fundrais- ing Profes- sionals has

named Mike Geiger presi- dent and CEO. Geiger previously served as the executive director and chief operating officer of the Chief Executives Orga- nization Inc., a global community of leaders. (

Rick Gordon has been named director of Inova Personalized Health Accel- erator in Fairfax. Gordon formerly was founding managing partner at Mach37, a Herndon-based cybersecurity accelerator. While at Mach37, Gordon led investments in 46 companies. (VirginiaBusi-

Arlington-based Coun- terpart International has named Ann Hudock its senior vice president for strategy and growth. Hudock previously worked for Plan Interna- tional USA, where she led the expansion of the inter- national program portfolio and served as vice chair of the Plan Federation Program Directors Forum. (

Falls Church-based CSRA Inc. has promoted Chief Technology Officer Yogesh Khanna to senior vice president. Khanna has nearly 30 years of experience in information technology, systems engineering, information assurance, financial services and telecommu- nications markets. Before this role, he served as the vice president, chief tech- nology officer, for CSC’s North American Public Sector. (News release)

Susan Law- rence has joined

Arlington- based


Federal Services (AFS) as a managing director in its national security practice. Lawrence joins AFS from McLean-based Booz Allen Hamilton, where she was a senior vice presi- dent in the Defense Mar- ket Group. She also is a retired U.S. Army chief information officer/G-6 lieutenant general. (News release)

The Alexan- dria-based Society for Human Resource Manage-

ment (SHRM) has named Nick Schacht senior vice president for professional development and global operations. Schacht joined SHRM in July as vice president of educa-

tion. He has a long history of senior leadership posi- tions in learning and development companies, including as president and chief operating officer for PetroSkills and as CEO and president of Learning Tree International. (News release)

Laura Smith, vice president of global human resources at McLean- based Digital Intelligence Systems LLC (DISYS), has made Staffing Indus- try Analysts’ 2017 Global Power 100 List of Women in Staffing for the second year in a row. (News release)


Stathopou- los has joined the Northern Virginia

Chamber as

chief operating officer and vice president of member engagement. Before join- ing the chamber, Statho- poulos was a managing

director at Washington- based Source Association Strategies. (News release)

Brett Tressler has been hired as

Dewberry’s health and

safety manager. Before joining the Fairfax-based firm, Tressler worked as an occupational safety technician for a university in Washington, D.C. (News release)

BAE Systems Inc. has named Alphonse “Al” Whitmore president of its Intelligence & Security sector in McLean. Whitmore joins BAE Systems from General Dynamics Information Technology, where he was senior vice president of the Global Solutions Division. (

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