Of your many accomplishments of serving as a leader in the United States Army, what makes you the most proud?
My greatest success came from serving as CoS of CCDC. During these three years (2016–2019), I led a great staff through one of the largest command moves from Army Materiel Command to Army Futures Command and helped shape the processes and structures of the newly formed CCDC and its effort to modernize the Army for the future.
What made you want to work for LMI after serving our country for so many years?
At LMI, I found a team environment similar to the Army but at a private, not-for-profit organization, not tied to commercial, shareholders, or political bias, furnishing honest solutions to the complex problems facing our nation’s defense.
What synergies do you see between LMI and the way the Army operates?
As the Army’s cross-functional teams find solutions to gaps in our current forces, LMI brings together experts to analyze and address complex problems to deliver integrated solutions.