Meet Our team
Loretta Monterastelli DeLuca, FASAE, founder & ceo
As DelCor’s founder and CEO, Loretta is the inspiration for our work with associations and nonprofits. She has a particular interest in mission-critical business systems, such as AMS, and is an advocate for project management for complex IT projects.
Loretta has served on ASAE’s Board of Directors and chaired a number of ASAE committees. For her exemplary support of the association community, Loretta received ASAE's 2015 Academy of Leaders Award and was named TRENDS 2017 Association Partner of the Year. She was named an ASAE Fellow in 2007, an honor bestowed upon less than one percent of ASAE’s membership.
Loretta’s commitment to the local community is evidenced in both her personal and professional endeavors. She serves on the Board of Visitors of Children’s National Medical Center and previously served on the Board of Directors of Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic.
She has a B.S. in Business Management from the University of Maryland, Summa Cum Laude.
David A. Coriale, CAE, President
As DelCor’s President, Dave leads the company’s strategic and operational functions. A creative at heart, he has a particular interest in digital strategy.
Dave is the author of DelCor’s IT Maturity Model for Associations and Nonprofits, which serves as a guide for helping organizations align technology initiatives with their strategic plans and business goals. He was instrumental in partnering with the ASAE Foundation to launch related research: the Technology Success Study.
An ASAE member since 1994, Dave has chaired both the Membership Development Committee and the Technology Section Council. In 2013, he was the Technical Pathway Leader at ASAE’s Technology Conference & Expo.
Dave is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, where he teaches requirements analysis. He has a B.S. in Computer and Information Science from Syracuse University and an MBA from the University of Maryland.
Brian P. Sheehan, Executive Vice President
As DelCor’s Executive Vice President, Brian leads the company’s infrastructure strategy and support functions for our association and nonprofit clients. Brian is the mastermind behind DelCor’s private hosted solution for associations and nonprofits (Cloud Connection)—drawing on 20+ years of working directly with organizations to select, implement, and support network solutions that help them achieve organizational goals.
In recognition of his commitment to extraordinary customer service, Brian was awarded the ASAE All-Star Award for Technology in 2003. An ASAE member, Brian is a frequent speaker at industry events on topics ranging from virtualization to cybersecurity. He previously served as a volunteer on ASAE’s Technology Section Council.
Brian holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration from West Virginia University and an M.S. degree in Information Technology Systems and Telecommunications from Johns Hopkins University.
Meet the DelCorians
What does it take to be a DelCorian? What unconventional DNA lies within? Where do we get our special powers? We’ve gotten questions like these many times over the years—no, we don’t have a secret handshake (not that we’d tell you if we did).
While the essence of a DelCorian is hard to pin down, we’re not so enigmatic. When you see us in conference sessions, on the expo floor, in committee meetings, in the server room, facilitating work groups, volunteering in the community, or at the bar celebrating an achievement—you get a peek into the life of a DelCorian, the ordinary and the extraordinary.
Just as no single event, talent, or place defines us, nor does any single person. We’re a team that works and plays well together. Collaboration is baked into our culture. Our consultants are constantly learning, sharing, and innovating together. No matter which DelCorian you’re working with, our entire team has your back. As Chris Ecker, our CTO, has said, “The smartest people I'm around all day are at work.” We’re privileged to be surrounded by so many smart DelCorians and proud of their individual and team accomplishments, from CAEs to PMPs and beyond.
One of the most valuable and unique aspects of being a DelCorian in this community is our dedication and approachability. Despite our bragging here, we really don’t presume to know it all, but we want to help you find progress. We’re real people who geek out about association and nonprofit technology, food, travel, charity, and more. Let’s strike up a conversation!