MEET OUR 2017 INDUCTEES
Kevin Beverly is the president and CEO of Social & Scientific Systems, Inc. (SSS), a health research organization with
federal and commercial client portfolios spanning clinical and biomedical research, epidemiology and public health
research, health policy, and program evaluation.
Mr. Beverly joined SSS in 2003 as vice president for business development. He later became executive vice president,
then president, and, in 2015, was named president and CEO. Before that, his career took him to the National Library
of Medicine, the World Health Organization, and firms including PSI International, Computer Sciences Corporation,
Tracor Corporation, BAE Systems, and Abt Associates.
He has served on for-profit and non-profit boards, including the Professional Services Council, The Universities at
Shady Grove, CareFirst of Maryland, Inc., and the Bethesda-Chevy Chase YMCA. He is the current board chair of the
Community Foundation of Montgomery County and of College Tracks, and board co-chair of Montgomery Moving
Forward. Mr. Beverly received the YMCA of Metropolitan Washington’s 2013 Philanthropist of the Year award and
founded the Mildred Beverly Memorial Family Fund, which provides college scholarships for underprivileged youth.
Mr. Beverly holds an undergraduate degree in criminal justice and a master’s degree in library science and
information services, both from the University of Maryland.
11: 30 AM
The Universities at Shady Grove Conference Center
9630 Gudelsky Drive, Rockville, MD 20850
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Norman Dreyfuss is an influential player in area real estate development. Armed with a mechanical engineering and
liberal arts degree from Rutgers University and a law degree from American University, he has been involved in
major developments across the region. Norman currently serves as executive vice president of IDI Group Companies,
where he has worked since 1981. He’s headed development of Leisure World of Maryland and Virginia, Leisure World
Plaza and projects throughout the DC region.
Norman currently serves as a member of the Montgomery County Planning Board and recently received the Ron Resh
Business Advocacy Award, honoring him for his efforts to ensure that the Bethesda Chevy Chase community is
regarded as the preeminent place to do business. He previously served as president of the Suburban Maryland
Building Industry Association.
Norman has received the Milton E. Kettler Award to honor a long history of civic contributions, the American
Immigration Law Foundation Public Service Award, Doc Kapiloff Private Sector Affordable Housing Award, Housing
Honor Award and the Inspire Award from the Housing Opportunities Commission, as well as the Joseph Ottenstein
Award for excellent community service leadership. Norman lives in Potomac with his wife Debi.