Alfredo F Casta, Founder and Chairman, Cascades Technologies, Inc


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Alfredo Casta started Cascades Technologies, Inc. in 1998 to act as a reliable advisor to its clients. As founder and Chairman of CTi, Mr. Casta establishes the company’s mission and strategy. Mr. Casta believes that listening to customers and providing services that accomplish the customer’s goals is a key value. Under Mr. Casta’s leadership, CTi has built a reputation for excellent service and superb resources who deliver what the customer needs.

Mr. Casta’s has vast experience in the IT field area specifically in the area of Data Management and IT Operations and Maintenance including Computer Forensics and Cyber Security. Mr. Casta has experience servicing as a FSO (Facility Security Officer).

In 2014, CTi was recognized by SmartCEO with the Trailblazer Award for its delivery of IT services utilizing US talent in PR and in 2016, Mr. Casta was named a Washington Business Journal – Minority Business Leader for his entrepreneurship and philanthropic efforts.

Prior to Cascades Technologies, Mr. Casta served in a variety of information technology roles in the U.S. Government. As Division Chief at the Department of Labor, Mr. Casta led his organization in the development of many systems and mission critical applications of the Office of Systems Development.

Mr. Casta obtained his Masters of Science degree from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of the Sacred Heart in Santurce, Puerto Rico. He is fluent in Spanish.

In keeping with his philosophy of community participation, Mr. Casta is on the Board of Trustees for the Puerto Rico Science Trust; the former Chairman of the board of the Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Co-Founder and board member of Unidos DMV; and is a 28 Corridor Benefactor of the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Casta also volunteers as a driver and ball person for the CitiOpen Tennis Tournament in Washington, DC. He enjoys kiteboarding, playing tennis, pickleball and spending time with his family.


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