University of Virginia; Princeton University
Doctor of Philosophy- Computer Science- University of Virginia; Bachelor of Arts- Mathematics- Princeton University
Proposal Writing; Government Contracting; Program Management; Integration; Systems Engineering; Information Assurance; Defense
Ralph P. Romanelli is the Vice President of Strategic Programs for the Camber Corporation. Ralph finds himself following in his father's footsteps. His father was one of the first programmers for the ENIAC, the first electronic general-purpose computer. Being exposed to the world of computing at such a young age left a lasting impression upon Ralph and he decided to pursue a career in computer science. Ralph got his start at Boeing, where he worked at for nine years, eventually moving on to the Science Applications International Corporation. He spent the next sixteen years working his way up in SAIC, eventually landing in the role of Senior Program Manager with the company. When a group of his colleagues decided to leave SAIC for the Camber Corporation, Ralph decided to make the move as well. In Ralph's current role, he is the leader of Camber's approach to attaining new business opportunities through proposal presentations, support services, and marketing campaigns. One of Ralph's greatest accomplishments came while working on National Guard Bureau Army Information System, a massive undertaking providing sustainment service for the National Guard's information systems. Ralph's tenacity, and aptitude for trying new things, has lead to his continued success.