Executive Leadership

Timothy B. Fleischer

Chief Executive Officer and Chairman

Mr. Fleischer is the founder, CEO and Chairman of PD Systems, Inc.

Mr. Fleischer previously served as President of Washington Operations for Engineered Support Systems, Inc. [Nasdaq: EASI], a $750MM diversified manufacturer of integrated military electronics and support equipment and provider of logistics services to all branches of the U.S. armed forces and certain foreign militaries. In this capacity, he led the company’s efforts in its relationships with the Congress, Pentagon and other government agencies, as well as a variety of strategic business partners.

From 1994 until 2002, Fleischer was President and CEO of Radian Inc., a full-service engineering, logistics, and systems integration firm that was acquired by Engineered Support Systems, Inc. (ESSI) in May 2002. During this time, he facilitated Radian’s annual revenue growth from $7MM to $70MM; founded Radian Systems, a commercial software development firm that was acquired by Sequoia Software Corporation in 1999; and founded Portal Dynamics in 2001. Upon Radian’s acquisition, Mr. Fleischer was elected to ESSI’s Board of Directors.

Mr. Fleischer received a Bachelor of Science degree from the U.S. Naval Academy where he graduated in 1981 with a commission in the U.S. Navy. He also holds a Master of Science degree from The George Washington University. Mr. Fleischer is a member of the Board of Trustees of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA).


 

Greg Gibbons

President / Chief Operating Officer

Currently serving as the President and Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Greg Gibbons joined PD Systems in 2007 as its first employee. He is responsible for overseeing the operation of its four Operating Divisions and the Corporate Staff. He supervises administration, execution, and financial management of PD Systems’ contracts. Prior to becoming a defense contractor, Mr. Gibbons served twenty-eight years in the U.S. Army and has decades of Military logistics and training experience. In his fifteen years in civilian industry, he held various leadership positions in support of a wide range of logistic and engineering enterprises. He holds an MBA from Florida Institute of Technology and is a graduate of the United States Army War College.


 

Martin Ried

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

As Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Martin Ried is responsible for maximizing PD Systems’ operating performance and leading strategic development initiatives focused on projects which drive profitable growth. Prior to joining PD Systems, Martin was the Senior Vice President and Director of Business Development at VT Systems, Inc., an integrated engineering group with services in the aerospace, electronics, land systems and marine sectors. He joined VT Systems in March 2002 after completing 21 years of service in the U. S. Army. Throughout his Army career, Martin held key leadership positions with assignments throughout the United States as well as Europe, Central America and Africa. Martin also has a professional educational background as a Professor of Transportation at the United States Merchant Marine Academy. He taught a variety of senior level courses focusing on the global transportation industry. His education includes a Master of Science (Logistics) from the Florida Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) from The Citadel as well as executive development courses at the intermediate and senior levels.


 

Brent Wildasin

Vice President, Advanced Technologies

Mr. Wildasin’s currently serves as the Vice President of Advanced Technologies for PD Systems focused on developing a Technologies Division supporting Defense and Federal customers. His previous experience includes business unit management, program management and logistics expertise in the areas of Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM), Strategic Planning, Cyber Operations, Multi-functional logistics, Customer Service, Expeditionary Logistics, and Logistics Software Development. Mr. Wildasin began his career as an Army Logistics Leader from 1982 to 2002, serving as a multi-functional logistician commanding from the platoon through Battalion level. He also served as a Joint Specialty Officer with COCOM and Joint Staff Experience. His education includes an MSA, Central Michigan University and a BS Business Administration, The Citadel, 1982.


 

Dawn Legere

Vice President, Corporate Operations

Dawn Legere serves as Vice President of Corporate Operations and Secretary of the Corporation. Dawn is responsible for human resource management and Government compliance, facilities management, oversight of Board of Directors’ activities, oversight of the Company’s Quality Management System and ISO Certification, marketing and information technology. Dawn joined PD Systems in 2007 after serving 8 years as the Director of Business Operations to Radian, Inc. Her wide-range of operations experience is enhanced by her former employment with the Department of the Navy’s Consolidated Personnel Office, Mergers and Acquisitions Group of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, and the Professional Relations and Research Institute (PRRI). Dawn received her education at George Mason University and is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).


 

Sheila Lim

Vice President, Finance and Accounting

Sheila Lim joined PD Systems in 2007. She is responsible for all financial and accounting aspects of the company – systems implementation, budgets, financial reporting, cash management, lead external financial audits and tax planning. Sheila brings more than 23 years of financial and accounting expertise. She has extensive experience with financial controls and U.S. government contracting and compliance. Prior to joining PD Systems, Sheila Lim worked with various government contractors and multinational corporations holding key financial and accounting positions. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from St. Scholastica’s College.


 

William J. Molino

Vice President, Contracts

Bill Molino serves as the Vice President of Contracts where he is responsible for negotiating and ensuring compliance in PD Systems’ execution of active federal and commercial contracts, overseeing subcontracting and purchasing, maintaining the company’s GSA Multiple Award Schedules, while also supporting major proposal efforts, new business opportunities, and corporate growth strategies. Bill joined PD Systems in 2011 after six years of service as a Program Manager with SAIC supporting a variety of Defense Department customers, including the Air Force, DSS, DTRA, and the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics. Bill is a graduate of the College of William and Mary in Virginia, a certified Project Management Professional, and is a member of National Contract Management Association and the Project Management Institute.


 

Frank Welch

Director, Corporate Business Development

Mr. Welch joined the PD Systems’ team in January 2016 and serves as our Director of Corporate Business Development. He is responsible for developing key business relationships and positioning PD Systems for sustainable growth within the federal market space. Mr. Welch has over 10 years of progressive business development experience and 37 years of experience in a broad range of leadership and managerial capacities. Prior to joining the defense industry, Mr. Welch served in the U.S. Coast Guard for 27 years. During his Coast Guard career, he served aboard six cutters, commanding two of them; earned the Master Training Specialist certification from the U.S. Navy; led the senior enlisted academy; served as command master chief for the Great Lakes region; and was ultimately selected to serve as the service’s senior enlisted advisor as the Ninth Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard.


 

John Macik

Vice President and General Manager, Army Land Systems Division

As Vice president and General Manager of the Army Land Systems Division (Michigan), John Macik joined the organization in early 2008 and has been with the company for over eight and half years. He started the Michigan Office and developed a strong Division that supports U.S. Army TACOM, Warren, MI. His team has won all three suites in TACOM Strategic Services Solutions (TS3) including Knowledge Based Services (KBS), Equipment Related Services (ERS) and Research and Development (R&D). Prior to PD Systems, John Macik held multiple positions at Radian, Inc. for over eight and half years including Deputy Group Manager, Deputy Director and Vice President of Operations. Mr. Macik is an Acquisition Manager with over twenty-seven years of military operations and program management experience. His acquisition experience spans the life cycle of military products from requirement documentation, research and development, testing, production and fielding. He was a member of U.S. Army Acquisition Corps and Level III certified in Program and Product Management. His military education includes Materiel Acquisition Management Course, Command and General Staff College, Program Management Course and his civilian education includes an Associate in Applied Science in Architectural Building Construction Engineering Technology from Milwaukee School of Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management from Milwaukee School of Engineering and Master of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University.


 

Mazen Badr

Vice President and General Manager, Power Systems Division

Mr. Badr serves as the Vice President and General Manager of Power Systems Division. With 32 years of DoD engineering and logistics management experience in support of Navy, Army and AF programs and multiple power and distribution equipment design and development accolades to include patented military power systems designs. Mr. Badr brings superb management skills to include: business alliance, systems, industrial, electrical and mechanical engineering, program and production management; daily hands on expertise in logistics management, global sourcing, vendor development, and cost management. Mazen has managed programs valued at $450M and $300M and brings to the table a combination of Technical and Operational knowledge that allows Power Systems to achieve organizational goals. Mazen holds an MS in Systems Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the George Washington University and serves as the Chair of the EGSA Government Relations Committee. Mazen also proudly serves on the board of directors of Marathon Charity Corporation (MCC), a charitable and educational organization.


 

Carl Grunow

VP/GM for the Training and Logistics Services Division (TLSD)

As the VP/GM for the Training and Logistics Services Division (TLSD), Carl Grunow is responsible for leading a great team to sustain a robust business development pipeline while providing effective program management and contract execution on a variety of tasks with many customers. Since joining the PD Systems team, Carl has contributed to a growing portfolio of contracts in the training and logistics services arena. These include the Army Training Support Services – Enterprise (TSS-E) contract and the U.S. Army’s Sustainment Center of Excellence (SCoE). TLSD has supported SCoE continuously since 2011 supporting the Army Logistics University, the Ordnance School, the Quartermaster School, and the Transportation School. In the State of Virginia, TLSD also supports the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center at Yorktown, the Soldier Support Center at Fort Lee, the U.S. Army Reserves training under the 94th Division, and the Virginia’s Department of Veteran Services (DVS) Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Program. Outside Virginia, TLSD supports the U.S. Army SERE School near Fort Bragg, U.S. Coast Guard at Camp Lejeune, and Range Maintenance at Fort Benning, GA. Mr. Grunow retired from the Army after a 23-year career including various command and staff positions culminating in a 12-month tour as the senior adviser to an Iraqi Army armored brigade in June 2006. Mr. Grunow joined PD Systems in 2012. He holds a B.S. from the U.S. Military Academy and a Masters in Public Administration from Cornell University. Mr. Grunow has published articles related to Operation Iraqi Freedom in Military Review (July-August 2006) and Army Magazine (April 2007). Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Grunow is married with two daughters.


 

PD Systems, Inc.

PD Systems, Inc. is a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Government Contractor. We specialize in Engineering, Logistics and Administrative Services, as well as Power systems and equipment. Our dedicated and solutions oriented employees have extensive government contracting experience. We invest in technology and people to provide rapid, innovative and accurate solutions to complex programs.

Headquartered within the defense corridor of our Nation's Capitol, PD Systems is positioned right where you need us to be.

PD Systems is a solutions oriented company providing a wide range of Logistics and Engineering Domain services. The company's portfolio includes Operational Logistics, Training Services, Engineering Services, Energy Solutions, and Sustainment Support.

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