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PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Mid-Atlantic Maritime Academy
PuritisBlanchet Rockwood Piccione Gage Ingalls Shipbuilding Shea & LytleGriebenow have joined the ? rm in senior leader- specializing in designs using alternative of Gulfport. Shipbuilder Academy was ship positions. Paczkowski joins the fuels and aesthetic design. He obtained established in 2016 at Ingalls’ Maritime ? rm as Senior Managing Director. his Master’s degree in Naval Architec- Training Academy with a mission to
Most recently, Paczkowski served as ture and Marine Engineering from the provide enrolled students with a strong
Senior Vice President at ICF Interna- University of British Columbia. foundation in the maritime industry tional. Henschel joins the ? rm as Vice and ? ll the current industry skills gap.
President of Business Development.
Management Team MAMA Reorganizes Senior Connie Awards for Lytle, Shea
She will lead business development
Mid-Atlantic Maritime Academy has Some 300 transportation leaders operations, including proposal man- reorganized the upper management packed a hotel ballroom in September agement and capture strategy for ma- tier of the school. Chief Engineer Doug as the Containerization and Intermod- jor pursuits and core business oppor- tunities. Henschel previously served Puritis, was appointed Vice President al Institute presented its Connie Award as SVP of Business Development and of Academics. Chief Engineer Ray to William J. “Bill” Shea, CEO of Di-
Innovations Learning Practice Lead Blanchet serves as the Vice President of rect ChassisLink. J. Christopher Lytle, and SVP of Business Development Operations and has expanded the cur- recently retired Executive Director of riculum base. Both are retired senior the Port of Oakland and former head of
Operations at ICF International.
Chief Engineers from Military Sealift the Port of Long Beach, was given the
Command with over three decades of group’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
PSG Names Piccione as CEO
Pure Safety Group (PSG) announced experience apiece. Captain Randall Shea serves on the Board of Directors that it has named Joseph Piccione as Rockwood also joined Mid-Atlantic of DCLI and Blume Global and on the chief executive of? cer. Piccione’s start Maritime as an advanced course in- Board of the International Institute of date with the company will be August structor, and assumed the role as Di- Container Lessors. Lytle has held many 19. Most recently, Piccione served rector of Shiphandling following his senior leadership positions within the as CEO of Jindal Films Americas, retirement as a Senior Master with the industry, including serving as Execu- the world’s largest producer of ? lms Navy’s Military Sealift Command. tive Director of the Port of Long Beach. used in the food, beverage and con-
HII Opens Shipbuilder HII Appoints New VP for Nucle- sumer markets. Piccione holds a bach-
Academy in Gulfport ar and Environmental Services elor’s degree in technical careers from
Ingalls Shipbuilding celebrated the Bret Griebenow has been named vice
Southern Illinois University.
opening of its new Shipbuilder Acade- president of business development for my site in Gulfport. Participating in the nuclear and environmental services
Engineers in Motion – ceremonial ribbon-cutting were Glen within its Technical Solutions divi-
Robert Gage, P. Eng.
Robert Allan Ltd. announced that East, superintendent of Gulfport School sion. Before joining HII, Griebenow
District; Ciara Coleman, program worked as the project manager for
Robert Gage has earned his accredita- manager for the W.K. Kellogg Founda- the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruc- tion as a Registered Professional Engi- neer with Engineers and Geoscientists tion; Ingalls Shipbuilding President Bri- tion Pilot Plant for Bechtel National.
British Columbia. Robert has been an Cuccias; Edmond Hughes, Ingalls’ Griebenow earned a bachelor’s degree working with Robert Allan since 2015 vice president of human resources and in mechanical engineering and a mas- as a Naval Architect where he has been administration; and Dr. John R. Kelly, ter’s degree in systems engineering involved in all aspects of ship design, chief administrative of? cer for the City from the University of Idaho.
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