AUSA Council of Trustees Elects Three New Members
The Association of the U.S. Army’s Council of Trustees elected three new members and reelected six current members to serve on the association’s governing body.
Andy Hove, president and chief executive officer of AM General, Mark Roualet, executive vice president of combat systems at General Dynamics, and Mitch Snyder, president and CEO of Bell, were elected to serve three-year terms as trustees.
Phebe Novakovic, the chairman of the council and CEO of General Dynamics, was reelected for an additional three-year term.
Rudy de Leon, a former deputy defense secretary, and John Harris, vice president of business development for Raytheon, also were reelected for three more years.
In other moves, retired Sgt. Maj. of the Army Jack Tilley, who was the vice chairman for NCO and Soldier Programs, was elected to a three-year term as a trustee.
Retired Lt. Gen. David Ohle, vice chairman for retiree and veteran affairs, and Philip Sakowitz, vice chairman for civilian affairs, were reelected for two-year terms serving as national officers for AUSA.
The Council of Trustees met in late June at the National Museum of the United States Army at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
All terms were effective July 1.