CEO & President
Scott Ream is a business continuity pioneer, leader, speaker, author and strategist. With over 30 years in IT support, business process design and consulting services, he has leveraged this experience in the design of Virtual Corporation’s innovative products and services. Scott created the Business Continuity Maturity Model® (BCMM®) together with assistance from a diverse continuity professional working team. Scott has a BAS in electrical engineering and entrepreneurial business development from the University of Pennsylvania; a combined undergraduate degree from the Moore School of Electrical Engineering and the Wharton School of Business.
Margaret Langsett has over 25 years’ experience in COOP, marketing, sales, methodology training, support & program content development. Margaret brings extensive executive experience to her role at Virtual Corporation by providing overall leadership including procurement & legal functions. Margaret was also the Project Manager for the creation of the Business Continuity Maturity Model®. As a frequent presenter on the BCMM®, Margaret has introduced & educated continuity professionals on the capabilities and use of the model. In addition, she has participated in the planning, development and delivery of tabletop exercises for conferences and clients.
Lance Stange, CBCI
Lance has responsibility to lead all Virtual Corporation’s sales and marketing activities, coordinating involvement across the organization to bring the right solution to his clients. He is a US Army veteran who has worked within the business continuity space for the past 15 years with mass notification and business continuity management (BCM) solution providers.
VP, Professional Services
Prior to joining our team, Shane served in various leadership roles within business continuity and emergency management. Most recently, Shane was responsible for the creation and management of organizational resilience efforts for the retail pharmacy division of DaVita, a Fortune 200 renal services and healthcare company. Shane started his career in public health and led a team charged with developing bioterrorism response and mass prophylaxis plans for the CDC and local government. Shane is a CBCP and enjoys working with organizations that are starting their journey towards resiliency and want to make immediate and cost-effective impacts that reduce risk.