Todd is a CPA and began his career at KPMG and then spent four years in the commercial
real estate business before joining UCG in 1992, as Director of Acquisitions and
CFO. He became a partner at UCG in 1996. Over the years, Todd has led UCG’s acquisitions
and divestitures. He has also worked closely with UCG’s portfolio company presidents
on their business strategies, and with UCG’s Senior Management Team.
Todd is a graduate of Emory University and The George Washington University, where he
earned a Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in finance. He
is a member of the Young President’s Organization; BLR, LLC; Manitou Camps Foundation;
and is the chairman of the Goizueta Advisory Board at Emory University. He loves family time, great wine, golf and travel.
Nancy joined UCG in 1982 as a researcher for a petroleum publication and soon led
the expansion of the government contracting product line into a division with several
electronic services and print products. Over the years she ran several UCG business
lines and became partner in the late 1980’s. She works closely with the management
of UCG’s Shared Services and the Senior Management Team, and consults to our presidents
on operational issues.
Nancy has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Rider College, is a graduate
of the Harvard Business School’s Owner/President/Management program, and a graduate
of Leadership Montgomery. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Montgomery
County Business Roundtable for Education and as an advisor to Aunt Hattie’s Place.
Outside of UCG Nancy enjoys her family, horseback riding and skiing.
Bruce and Ed Peskowitz launched UCG in a storage room above Bruce’s Dad’s Washington,
DC liquor store in 1977. Bruce started his career in journalism at the Washington
Star. He was a reporter for Observer Publishing’s energy information newsletter
just prior to starting UCG. He is on the board of UCG’s companies and is an advisor
to UCG’s executive team. Bruce was a founding board member of publicly traded TechTarget,
a company started inside UCG before going public in 2003. He has also served on
the Boards of the Specialized Information Industry, Community Foundation of Washington,
DC, Hoop Dreams Foundation and was president of the “I Have A Dream” Foundation
of Washington. In recent years, Bruce and
his wife, Karen, have led in the creation of the School of Philanthropy and Non-profit
Management at the University of Maryland.
Bruce is a graduate of Washington University's school of political science and American
University's law school. Bruce loves to play basketball and golf, spend time with
his grandchildren and eat Maryland hard-shell crabs. An adventure traveler, he and
his wife recently spent four days camping out in Antarctica.
An award-winning journalist, Ed’s worked for a number of newspapers and publications
covering everything from congressional hearings on complex energy regulations to
high-profile sports events. Prior to UCG, he was a speechwriter and legislative
analyst for a trade group representing independent petroleum marketers. Ed was with
the U.S. Army in Vietnam, where he wrote numerous accounts that were picked up by
newspapers in the U.S. and in Stars and Stripes.
Ed and his wife have created non-profit foundations that support co-existence and
bridge-building in the Middle East. Ed did
his undergraduate work in History and Political Science, University of Buffalo,
and completed the master’s program in International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh.
He is an avid sports fan and inveterate movie-goer. He and his wife have two grown