Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Campbell P. Shannon, is a service-disabled veteran who served in the Navy as a Naval Flight Officer and Staff Communications Officer for the Commander, Carrier Group Six (COMCARGRU 6). During his 11-year tenure, he supported Vice Admiral Arthur Cebrowski, the father of the DOD’s Force Transformation, during which the tenets of information warfare—the use of information technology as a weapon—were explored. In his role as Staff Communications Officer, Mr. Shannon was instrumental in ensuring Admiral Cebrowski’s visions became reality. After leaving military service on disability in 1995, Mr. Shannon worked as a consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers, and IBM Business Consulting Services, focusing on Federal Government clients, including the intelligence community, and the DOD.
George T. Johns
Director of Business Development and Information Technology
Managing Advisor of Logistics and Operational Contract Support
Mr. Rich Hardie has over 25 years’ experience in logistics in military and commercial environments. Mr. Hardie has deployed three times to Afghanistan and Iraq as a Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) Support Officer, managing hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of logistics contracts in a combat zone environment. Mr. Hardie also played a key role in the development and implementation of in-theater financial and contract business systems for the DOD and U.S. Army Central, and provided essential advice and assistance towards the development of host nation trucking capabilities to both the U.S. Military and commercial vendors in support of the Iraq Transportation Network. In the commercial arena, Mr. Hardie worked for over a decade as the Operations Manager for a multi-million dollar food service distribution company, in charge of all functional areas including delivery operations and routing, warehouse and inventory supervision, fleet maintenance, and driver and warehouse personnel management.
Chief Administrative Officer
With a degree in engineering physics, Ms. Kudla has almost two decades of experience, including leadership of information technology projects for a Fortune 100 telecommunications company. Ms. Kudla’s most recent experience has been to oversee the human resources, accounting, and information technology functions of an advisory firm focused on fielding geological subject matter experts. These subject matter experts specialize in stabilizing third-world economies through the development of natural resources.