Board of Trustees

Mr. James P. Muldoon

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James Patrick Muldoon is founder and chief executive officer of METCOR, and chairman of the board for Learning Systems International (LSI). Created in 1979, METCOR specializes in government relations, high technology training, telecommunications and oil production.  LSI is a wholly owned subsidiary of METCOR that develops high-tech training materials, documentation and delivers training.  Prior to founding METCOR, Muldoon worked on Capitol Hill for five years as an assistant to a U.S. Senator.

Among his many contributions to the community, Muldoon serves on the Board of Trustees of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, is a founder and member of the Board of Washington First Bank, and serves as a member of the board of directors of Liquid Computing Federal.

Muldoon has been actively involved in international sailing or boating-related organizations for over 25 years.  He captains his 73-foot yacht, Donnybrook, with a highly competitive amateur team, in hundreds of races and has accrued over 75,000 miles of blue water ocean racing.

Muldoon has held over 30 leadership positions in sailing or boating-related organizations and has been the recipient of numerous boating safety awards including three commendations from the Department of Homeland Security, the National Association of Boating Law Administrator’s—2006 Leadership Award and the U.S. Coast Guard/U.S. Power Squadron’s Eagle Award in 2004.

Muldoon has residences in Washington, D.C. and Bethesda, Maryland.