Our Technical Advisory Board
We at the Brandon Green Management Group believe in creating and developing collaborative partnerships with talented individuals and companies. It was only natural as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business to partner with experienced and capable people to gain outside knowledge and experienced opinions to help us further our core competencies. Please meet our technical advisory board...
SUK H. LEE
TECHNICAL ADVISORY BOARD member
The lead for our technical advisory board holds a Bachelor of Science in Sociology as well as dual master's degrees in both Public Administration in Policy Analysis and Business Administration in Finance. With over twenty years of experience working in program/project management and consulting, has been recognized for: collaborative leadership, ability to resolve issues, and negotiate solutions among stakeholders; flexibility and adaptability in fast-paced, deadline-drive environments; and, development of a sharply defined critical mode of evaluating client needs to deliver effective transformation services.
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technical advisory board member
Our director for efforts in Enterprise Architecture, Cloud Computing, and IT Strategy holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and Applied Science as well as dual master's degrees in both Business Administration (MBA) Aeronautics and Astronautics. Holds over twenty-five years of experience in engineering, information architecture, and consulting, with a concentration in: enterprise architecture; records management; cloud computing; full life cycle software development; systems integration; information consulting; and, defense net-centric transformation.
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Pastor eric wester
Assistant to the presiding bishop and director, federal chaplaincies
Pastor Eric Wester is a retired Army colonel and a Lutheran clergyman. From 2011 to 2019, Chaplain Wester’s final active assignment was as Assistant to the Presiding Bishop and Director, Federal Chaplaincies for the Evangelical Lutheran Church, based in Washington, D.C. He worked directly for the presiding bishop of Lutherans in the United States. He supported approximately 200 chaplains and chaplain candidates in the military, Veterans Administration hospitals, federal prisons, and homeland security agencies.
Chaplain Wester completed 32 years in the Army chaplaincy in 2011, culminating as the Senior Military Fellow at National Defense University, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C. At NDU he taught ethics, religion, and security for seven years, in uniform and as a guest lecturer. He also served as senior instructor for the Leader Development Education for Sustained Peace (LDESP), Naval Post-graduate School (NPS), Monterey, California. His previous military assignments included:
Project manager for the co-location of the three military chaplain schools (Army, Navy, and United States Air Force) at Fort Jackson.
Command Chaplain, US Army Reserve Command, Fort McPherson, Georgia and Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Strategic Communications Officer, Office of the Chief of Chaplains, Pentagon, Washington, D.C.