ISOA is honored to have such an experienced, dedicated, and diverse group of volunteers to lead the Association.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 04, 2013
The 2013-2014 Board of Directors will be chaired by Will Imbrie, Senior Director for International Programs at DynCorp International. Mr. Imbrie is a former senior Foreign Service officer. He served in the U.S. Navy and holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Hamilton College and an MBA from The Wharton School. The Board leadership will also include Vice Chair, Patrick Garvey of Triple Canopy, and Deputy Vice Chair, Rob Hood of CH2M HILL.
Per a decision of the previous Board, the 2013-2014 Board was expanded from seven to nine directors, in order to widen member representation in the Association's governance. ISOA welcomes new Board members Kyle Johnson of Onsite OHS, Jeff Lee of Vighter Medical Group, and Victoria McKenney of ACADEMI. ISOA congratulates re-elected directors Pete Dordal of GardaWorld, Tom Callahan of PAE, and Rob Hood of CH2M Hill. Other Board members who will continue their two year terms are Patrick Garvey of Triple Canopy, Marissa Michel of PwC LLP, and Will Imbrie of DynCorp International.
“Our Board represents leaders in the industry from across the stability and development spectrum,” said ISOA President Ado Machida. “ISOA is honored to have such an experienced, dedicated, and diverse group of volunteers to lead the Association.”
ISOA Board members are a dedicated group of volunteers who have made a significant positive impact on the organization over the past year. The Association would like to especially thank Pete Dordal for his tremendous contribution through his 2012-13 term as Board Chair, and the Association is grateful for and looking forward to his continued participation as a director. ISOA also wishes to extend its deepest appreciation to outgoing Board member Jeff Grieco of International Relief & Development who has made many contributions to the Association as a leader on the Board and other committees.
The International Stability Operations Association (ISOA) is a global partnership of private sector and nongovernmental organizations providing critical services in fragile environments worldwide. ISOA works every day to build, serve and represent a network of organizations by providing diverse member services, publication, and events. Through communication and engagement, ISOA also builds partnerships across sectors to enhance the effectiveness of stability operations.