top of page

Our Leadership

New Ball BeVera Blue.png

Vincent M. Lott

Chief Executive Officer

Vincent Lott is the CEO of BeVera Solutions. He founded the company in after providing over 20 years of enterprise IT project and program management to Hewlett-Packard (HP) and its heritage company, Keysight Technologies.

Under Vincent's leadership, BeVera has rapidly grown its customer base in the Federal government market.  Since 2020, BeVera has been awarded 23 prime contracts and over 40 training orders spanning 12 Centers, Institutes and Offices at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Vincent also led BeVera to propose and implement the CDC's first-ever, Data Science Academy which trained end equipped over 120 of CDC's top researchers, scientists, and epidemiologists with critical data science skills.

While at HP, Vincent managed numerous global IT projects, including HP's transition onto Oracle's EDI platform, the replacement of HP's internal Customer Information System, and several Oracle ERP module upgrades. His final project was to design and implement a major component of Keysight's Oracle CPQ/ integration. 


Before arriving at HP, Vincent served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps as a non-commissioned officer. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Technical Management from DeVry University and an Executive Master of Science degree in the Management of Technology from Georgia Tech. He lives in Fayetteville, Georgia with his wife Tracy.  The Lott's are proudly enjoying their three adult children and one grandson.

Yvonne Pic.jpeg

Yvonne Phillips, MS

Director of Data Science 

Yvonne Phillips has over 22 years of statistical analysis experience and is highly skilled in applying data mining, visualization, and machine learning methods (i.e., regression, clustering, text analytics) to business and research problems. Yvonne is adept at using her data analytics skillset to create strategies for advancing sustainability goals and for being a partner for change. She is technically proficient in SAS, R, and Tableau with a proven track record in predictive modeling work across government and the insurance, finance, and retail industries.

Yvonne has served as senior statistical modeler and manager for over 13 years at LexisNexis. She is the primary content developer and lead trainer for CDC’s Data Science Academy. 

Yvonne is a recognized consultant and speaker in data science and serves as an Adjunct Professor at Morehouse College, teaching computer science and data science. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Spellman College and a Master of Science in Decision Science from Georgia State University’s Robinson College.

MUH_00 031 Yulia .webp

Yulia Yulina, MD, MPH

Director of Global Health

Dr. Yulia Yulina has over 18 years of public health project management experience with numerous organizations, including the World Health Organization (WHO); CDC; the U.S. Peace Corps; the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; the Georgia Department of Public Health; Emory University; and others. 


While serving in the capacity of Medical Officer at WHO in Russia, Yulia coordinated over 24 trainings in HIV/AIDS in 8 regions of the country. She also managed public health projects and research from different donors, including USAID, the European Union, and the Soros Foundation.

Before serving at WHO, Yulia worked as a Global Fund project manager for the Open Health Institute (OHI). OHI was a Principal Recipient of a $88 million (USD) grant from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria as a part of the GLOBUS project. The project was aimed at stimulating an effective national response to HIV/AIDS in the Russian Federation. Before her career in public health, Yulia practiced medicine in Saint-Petersburg, Russia as an infectious disease medical doctor. She holds a medical degree from the Moscow Medical Academy in Russia and a Master of Public Health degree from Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health.

Erica Bitten_edited_edited_edited.jpg

Erica Bitten, MHA, SPHR

Director of Human Resources

Erica Bitten has over 12 years of experience in HR and business management, primarily in the biotechnology and public health sectors, where she has specialized in workforce strategies, employee relations, and niche recruitment. She is an expert in gathering employee analytics and transforming those data into profitable strategies for both the employee and employer. 

Erica has been instrumental in enabling BeVera's business growth by leading the development and implementation of BeVera's employee recruiting, onboarding, and compliance processes. She also led the establishment of BeVera's health, dental, and vision insurance plans as well as the implementation of BeVera's 401K plan. Erica is the consummate advocate for employees and tirelessly seeks to make BeVera the best place to work in America.

Erica earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Clayton State University and her Masters of Health Administration from Ohio University. She received her Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Strategic HR Business Partner (sHRB), and Coaching for Engagement and Performance certifications from HCI. Erica is an avid basketball fan and enjoys learning about other cultures through travel and food.  She lives in the metro Atlanta area with her husband and three children.


Joe Martore

Senior Consultant

Joe Martore is a Registered Professional Engineer with over 40 years of engineering and management experience.  He is a subject matter expert in the areas of management systems, strategic planning, risk management, leadership development, and business growth.  He provides executive level advisory consulting to Government and private industry. 

Mr. Martore retired as CALIBRE Systems, Inc. President & CEO in 2019, after serving in that capacity for ten years, where he was responsible for setting and overseeing CALIBRE’s strategic direction, establishing corporate policies, and managing the overall business and financial performance of the company.  He now serves as Chairman of the CALIBRE Systems, Inc. Board of Directors.   

In addition to his corporate responsibilities, he provided strategic communication and risk management strategies to the U.S. Army, including interface with local communities and economic development authorities, environmental regulators, and private developers. Under Mr. Martore’s leadership, CALIBRE was twice named Government Contractor of the Year in 2012 and 2015; recognized by the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce as the Outstanding Veteran and Military Advocate in 2016; named One of the 100 Most Promising Big Data Solutions Providers in 2013, 2014, and 2017 by CIOReview; and three times was selected by Fortune Magazine as one of the 25 Best Medium Companies to Work for in America. Mr. Martore was also named Greater Washington Government Contractor Executive of the Year in both 2013 and 2017. Mr. Martore joined CALIBRE in March 2004 as part of its acquisition of Strategic Management Initiatives, Inc. (SMI), which he co-founded and served as President & CEO. SMI was twice included in the Inc. 500 list as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in America. Mr. Martore previously was a Senior Vice President of a publicly traded company, serving as the Chief Operating Officer of its Government Services subsidiary. Prior to his executive positions, Mr. Martore served at the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Mr. Martore is a member of the MIT Corporation Development Committee. He serves on the Board of Directors for Easterseals DC MD VA, and is a member of the George Washington University School of Business Dean’s Advisory Council. Previously, he served on the Boards of the Professional Services Council; the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce; the Northern Virginia Technology Council; and the Laurel Grove School Museum Association. He is an invited guest lecturer at the George Mason Graduate School of Business and the Veteran Institute for Procurement where he provides business and leadership training. Mr. Martore received B.S. and M.S. degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an M.B.A. from the George Washington University.

bottom of page