Troy Friedman speaks about what Reveille does
Ramsey Jabro has nearly 25 years in national accounting experience. He has been in charge of and has led the accounting operations at TruSun Technologies since its official formation. Ramsey has 20 years’ experience as a CFO.
Scott K. Celley is the Managing Partner of Trifecta Communications, a Phoenix-based government, public and community relations firm providing strategic advice and direction to organizations seeking to establish or enhance positive brand visibility and reputation in the marketplace. He has extensive experience in senior government and corporate positions, leading both crisis and reputation management programs. Scott has served as a non-profit board member for regional and national organizations, and has extensive experience working with business organizations promoting both workforce and economic development programs, at the state and local level.
Christine Gannon, CEO of Brightworks Consulting, is well known in the public and private sector as an exemplary leader and an invested architect of change. She launched Brightworks Consulting in 2007 and her national team of consultants provide strategic planning, business process improvement and organizational design to companies of all sizes.
Prior to launching Brightworks Consulting, Ms. Gannon was the Global Leader for Transformation and Change at IBM, as well as Vice President of Business Process Improvement and Lean Six Sigma holding a Master Black Belt certification. She served as a leader, advisor and consultant for IBM’s internal transformation efforts and led global teams within IBM’s Outsourcing and Operations Strategy, specifically serving Fortune 100 organizations. Before joining IBM, Ms. Gannon served as a Global Program and Communications Executive at American Express, delivering key technology initiatives in the Asia Pacific regions, Australia and the UK.
Gary Larberg is an Air Force veteran, former small business owner, and community volunteer. He spent over 26 years in the Air Force serving as program manager, logistics staff officer, and squadron commander. His career culminated as the Deputy Mission Support Group commander at Luke AFB, where he oversaw all base support operations.
Following the Air Force, Gary became a business owner, where he planned, promoted, and developed small business units (Supercuts stores) throughout the Phoenix metro area. He sold the business in 2015.
Gary is an active volunteer in the community, serving on the Board of Directors of Credit Union West and as a Judicial Hearing Officer for the Maricopa County Justice Courts.
He received a bachelors degree in Political Science from Chaminade University and a masters degree in Public Administration from Central Michigan University.
Tom Hutchinson currently serves as Director of Business Development for A New Leaf, a multi-service agency operating in the Phoenix metro area.
Tom has been employed at A New Leaf for over 39 years, holding a variety of increasingly responsible positions. He has been instrumental in program development for families involved with juvenile justice, the child welfare and/or the behavioral health systems. He also has gained expertise in service delivery for survivors of domestic violence, those experiencing homelessness and most recently those in need of affordable housing.
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