Members Reelected to AUSA Board of Directors

Members Reelected to AUSA Board of Directors

The Association of the U.S. Army’s Board of Directors has reelected four directors, including electing Thomas Rabaut, a Carlyle Group operating executive, to fill the position of board deputy chairman.

Reelected at a June 22 board meeting to new three-year terms along with Rabaut were William Brown, chairman, president and CEO of Harris Corp.; retired Lt. Gen. Larry Jordan, a former deputy commander of Army Training and Doctrine Command; and retired Gen. Dennis Reimer, who served as the 33rd Army chief of staff. 

Rabaut's position of deputy chairman was changed in the revised AUSA bylaws approved in December.

Additionally, three appointments were made to the Standing Bylaws Committee. They are retired Lt. Col. Paul Elliott, retired Col. Hugh “Sandy” McLeod and Mary Trier, founder and president of Capital Communications and Consulting, LLC.

Rabaut was also appointed chairman of the Finance and Audit Committee, a change per the revised AUSA bylaws that requires a board member to chair that committee.