AUSA Board Members Nominated for 3-Year Terms

AUSA Board Members Nominated for 3-Year Terms

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The Association of the U.S. Army’s Board of Directors has nominated seven currently serving board members to new three-year terms and one new director.

During a Dec. 14 virtual meeting, Scott Greene of Lockheed Martin was nominated to replace Frank St. John, whose term ends June 2021. Greene is Lockheed's executive vice president for missiles and fire control. St. John is Lockheed's chief operating officer.

Nominated to serve additional three-year terms are directors Thomas Arseneault, president and CEO of BAE Systems; Leanne Caret, president and CEO of Boeing Defense, Space and Security; retired Maj. Gen. Patricia Hickerson; retired Master Sgt. Leroy Petry; retired Lt. Gen. Jack Stultz; retired Gen. Carl Vuono; and retired Chief Warrant Officer 5 Phyllis Wilson.

If AUSA members wish to make an additional nomination to the board, association bylaws require a petition of candidacy to be submitted to national headquarters. Additional candidacies must be in compliance with Article V of the bylaws.

Nominations must be received at national headquarters by Feb. 1, 2021, for newly elected officers’ terms that will begin July 1.

In other action, the AUSA board elected six people to serve on committees. Faye Earley will serve an additional term on the Standing Bylaws Committee. Dave Barber, Wes Waters, retired Col. Michelle Yarborough and Bob Pavlak will each serve an additional term on the Finance and Audit Committee, and Andy Hove was elected to serve as a new member of the Finance and Audit Committee.