Magdalah Racine-Silva is president, chief executive and co-founder of DMS (Data Management Services) International, a management, training and information and communication technology services firm.
The Silver Spring, Md.-based company provides integrated organizational, operational, and technical performance-enhancing services for federal and commercial clients.
Mrs. Racine-Silva has more than 20 years of experience in the information technology industry and extensive expertise in product development and operations management. Her company has been ranked No. 44 in the Washington Technology Fast 50, No. 280 on the Inc. 500, and No. 24 in the Top 100 Businesses in the Washington Metro Area.
Mrs. Racine-Silva is a graduate of the Harvard University Owners and President’s Management Program. She earned her master’s degree in international management from the University of Maryland’s School of International Management and Technology, and a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Boston University. She also has received additional training and education from the business executive programs at the University of Virginia and Georgetown University.
Mrs. Racine-Silva serves on NWBC as the representative for Women Impacting Public Policy. She is a mother of two, collects Haitian and Latin American art, and enjoys karate, tennis and reading biographies.