Seabury subsidiary promotes COO

Dino D'Amore
By Dino D'Amore February 17, 2016 22:07

Seabury subsidiary promotes COO

Seabury Global Aerospace & Defense Consulting (SGA&DC), a division of Seabury Group LLC (Seabury), has announced today that Paul Meyer has been promoted to the role of Chief Operations Officer.

Meyer has been SGA&DC’s Executive Vice President since November 2015. He has overseen the execution of major tasks for Aerospace & Defense (A&D) clients, providing strategic guidance, operational expertise, and program execution consulting. Under his leadership, SGA&DC introduced the highly specialized Executives in Residence team to offer a new and distinct approach to meeting the A&D industry’s search for accelerated innovation and affordability across their enterprise.

“I am thrilled to be contributing to the successful operations of our SGA&DC team,” said Seabury Global Aerospace & Defense Consulting Chief Operations Officer Paul Meyer. “Our team offers A&D clients an affordable and experienced core capability that is applied only when needed, providing efficiency and talent as required.”

“Our business model is based on utilizing high impact individuals for strategically important issues,” said Seabury Global Aerospace & Defense Consulting President & Chief Executive Officer Charles R. “CR” Davis, a former Lt. Gen. (Ret.) of the Air Force and F-35 program executive and systems development center commander. “The deep industry experience of our SGA&DC team has allowed us to perfect our formula to provide our clients with quick response to follow up with closure plans, whether it be in the evolution of Strategy and Capture Execution, New Business Proposal Leadership, Program Execution planning and structure, Mergers and Acquisitions, or Organizational rebuilding.”

Meyer joined SGA&DC after retiring from Aerojet Rocketdyne as Senior Vice President of Advanced Programs and Business Development. Prior to Aerojet, Mr. Meyer was General Manager and Vice President of Northrop Grumman’s Advanced Programs & Technology Division. He has been extensively involved in the A&D industry since 1986, including a range of program management and business development roles at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works.

Dino D'Amore
By Dino D'Amore February 17, 2016 22:07