Louisa L. Jaffe
As co-founder and CEO/President of TAPE, Ms. Jaffe manages TAPE’s business affairs, client and corporate relations, and marketing outreach. Most recently, she stood up a new Products Division, which will focus on a new approach to training.
As Lieutenant Colonel Louisa Long Cullem, she served in the Women’s Army Corps (WAC) and the U.S. Army Reserve for 28 years.
Mr. Harrison joined TAPE in 2018 as Executive Vice President and General Manager. In this role, he leads the planning and execution of business operations and internal growth. He is responsible for the management of all operations personnel within TAPE’s various programs as well as corporate administrative personnel.
A 37-year Army veteran, Mr. Harrison retired at the rank of Major General. His areas of expertise include team building, strategic planning, resource development, and acquisition.
Mr. Moore joined TAPE in 2018 as Director of Capture Management and was promoted in 2020 to Senior Vice President, Chief Growth Officer within the Executive Staff. In this role, he leads the planning and execution of business development, capture, proposals, and marketing.
He focuses on corporate growth and building lasting relationships with TAPE’s government and industry partners.
Mr. Wharton joined TAPE in 2021 as Vice President, Operations. In this role, he is responsible for the management of TAPE program execution and overall supervision of employees supporting TAPE’s various programs/contracts. He also leads, develops, mentors, and manages program managers.
From 2011 to 2016, Mr. Wharton served as TAPE’s Director, Naval and Cyber Accounts and additionally as Program Manager for two programs from 2013 to 2016.
William W. Jaffe
Mr. William Jaffe was a co-founder and the Executive Vice President/Chief Growth Officer for TAPE. He was responsible for TAPE’s aggressive, high-growth strategy, focusing on corporate development, including certifications (ISO 9001), M&A, IDIQ PMO, Mentor-Protégé (both as Protégé to a large integrator and as Mentor to a small fellow SDVOSB) and corporate proposal responsibilities. Mr. Jaffe’s blog – FederalSmallBizSavvy.com – is a virtual dialogue with other rapidly-growing small and mid-tier Federal contractors. Readers of his blog will benefit from TAPE and its partners’ proven experience and expertise in crafting small business growth strategies that are flexible, adaptable, practical, and successful.
Mr. Jaffe also served as President of the CEO Roundtable for the Mid-Tier Advocacy. This non-partisan organization is made up of the country’s top veteran-owned, service disabled, hub-zone certified, minority-owned and woman-owned businesses and works towards the elimination of the competitive disadvantage facing mid-tier government support services companies.