AUSA Board Adds 1 Director, Reelects 4

AUSA Board Adds 1 Director, Reelects 4

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The Association of the U.S. Army’s Board of Directors has elected one new director and reelected four current members to serve on the association’s board.

The actions were taken when the board, AUSA’s governing body, met June 26.

Elected to serve as director is Lisa Atherton, president and CEO of Bell and a member of Textron’s Corporate Leadership Team. She will complete the term of Mitch Snyder, who announced his retirement from Bell in April. Snyder, who had led Bell since 2015, retired after serving on the AUSA board since 2019.

Four members of the board were elected to serve additional terms. They are retired Lt. Gen. Larry Jordan, a former deputy commander of Army Training and Doctrine Command; Christopher Kubasik, chair and CEO of L3Harris Technologies; Thomas Rabaut, an operating executive with the Carlyle Group; and retired Gen. Dennis Reimer, a former Army chief of staff.

Terms for the newly elected officers began July 1.