(Melbourne, Fla.) Alluvionic, a local Project Management, Process Improvement and Product Development Services Firm, which specializes in CMMI and CMMC consulting, is committed to the success of transitioning veterans. Alluvionic is thrilled to announce the addition of recently retired Chief Master Sergeant Craig Neri as well as their first DoD SkillBridge intern, Technical Sergeant Matthew Mahoney.

 

Retired Chief Master Sergeant Craig Neri, currently a resident of Titusville, Florida, comes to Alluvionic in the role of VP of Military Programs after a successful 29-year career in what he calls “the greatest Air Force on the planet”. In his military career, Neri served as Senior Executive leader responsible to the President of the United States to enforce global nuclear treaty compliance. Neri’s experience implementing large-scale, strategic business and growth initiatives will help position Alluvionic for success. Driven by a commitment to ensure effective utilization, health, morale, and welfare for people, Neri is a welcome addition to the team.

 

Alluvionic is a DoD SkillBridge partner, a program that provides an opportunity for servicemembers to complete an internship during the last 180 days of service to gain valuable civilian career experience. DoD SkillBridge intern Matthew Mahoney recently relocated back to his hometown of Melbourne, Florida through the program after a 12-year Aircraft and Program Management career at Travis AFB in California. Mahoney felt his Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) and Six Sigma Green Belt aligned well with Alluvionic’s core business.

 

“The SkillBridge program gave me an opportunity to explore a career outside of my military profession. I received firsthand experience in the industry and was able to join a fantastic company that really welcomed me with open arms. It helped relieve the anxiety of my transition tremendously,” says Mahoney.

 

The knowledge and skill that recent new hires bring to the team follow in the successful path of earlier Air Force veteran hires including retired Chief Master Sergeant Alexander (Alec) Hall, and retired Lieutenant Colonel Jason Havel.

 

Retired Chief Master Sergeant Alexander Hall was the first Air Force veteran to join the Alluvionic team in 2019. As VP of Government Programs, Hall leads the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) line of business. As a trusted cybersecurity practitioner and project/program manager by trade with over 20 years of experience, Alec is taking the company to new levels of success.

Additionally, Jason Havel, who is a retired Lieutenant Colonel joined the team in mid-2019. Havel is a strategic thinker who uses his incredible knowledge and skills to pursue opportunities in his role as Business Development Manager. Havel’s successful military aerospace career has earned him awards and decorations including Air Force Combat Action Medal, Distinguished Flying Cross, and Aerial Achievement Medal.

 

Alluvionic is committed to veteran employees as well as their family members. Wendy Romeu, President/CEO, holds veterans in high esteem, understanding the values and commitment exemplified by her Army veteran father. Many Alluvionic employees have spouses, children, parents, and relatives who are members of the armed forces. The team is humbled by their dedication to serve.

 

 

For more information about Alluvionic’s services, visit www.alluvionic.com.

 

About Alluvionic:

Founded in 2013, Alluvionic is a solutions provider that services clients through project management, process improvement, and product development. Known as the project management experts, Alluvionic works with companies to help them achieve success by establishing processes that exceed organizational goals. The company has worked with notable clients such as Leonardo DRS, Google, IZTEK, Jabil, Mack Technologies, NRG, Novel Engineering, Orange County Government and many others. 

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