CSA announces two new executive positions
08.15.2016
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August 15, 2016 – Mechanicsburg, PA

The CSA Board announces the addition of two new members to its executive leadership team. The positions are the Vice President (VP) of Operations (Ops) and the VP of Infrastructure Management (IM).

“We are very pleased to announce these new additions to the CSA executive leadership team,” said CSA’s CEO and member of the CSA Board of Directors, Brian Lebeau and Chairman of the Board, Lee Arroyo in a joint statement. “These organizational and structural changes will strengthen strategy execution to drive growth as we transition from a small to large business.”

The following individuals were announced as joining the CSA executive team:

Brian Keller will serve as VP of Ops. Brian previously served as the Director of Contract Management, Director of Special Projects and the Director of Ops, San Diego. Brian has an extensive background in acquisition, contracts, logistics and inventory management. From 2005 to 2012 he supported the Program Executive Office (PEO) Command, Control, Communication, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) San Diego clients in the areas of acquisition, program management and contract management. Prior to joining CSA, Brian served as an active duty Naval Officer from 1999 to 2005. He supported wartime efforts during both Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF).

John Landry will serve as the VP of IM. Previously, John served as the Director of IM and Director of Ops, Pennsylvania. John is a retired U.S. Navy Supply Corps Captain with extensive experience in global logistics, acquisition, procurement and supply chain operations. Prior to joining CSA in 2012, John served as Deputy Commander, Ships and Submarines, at NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support (NWSS), where he led more than 1,100 civilian and military employees. Prior to his position at NWSS, he served as an Echelon II, Deputy Commander for Fleet Logistics Operations, at Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP), where he provided Navy-wide supply and logistics policy oversight encompassing five U.S. based subordinate business units with a global footprint and fleet-focused presence.