ER&D Strategic Planning

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Strategy Contact List

Fifteen people who work for companies in the field of science and research and have job titles that are related to strategy are Dave Hogan, Tom Reynolds, Troy Eshleman, Henry E. Bartoli, Matt Stein, Laetitia De Marez, John D. Longley, Stockton Rush, Steven Gitlin, Paul Walsh, Eric Gerber, Chris Klenner, and Bill Pardue. On the attached spreadsheet all requested information on these people can be found.

1) Dave Hogan

  • Job title: Senior Vice President, Strategic Business Development
  • Company: Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER)
  • Hogan’s career focus has been on developing advanced solutions to difficult environmental and remote sensing problems including operational system transition for commercial, government and military customers. He managed AER's GOES-R and NPOESS programs where he developed AER's integrated science and software engineering processes for implementing large-scale remote sensing software systems.

2) Tom Reynolds


3) TROY ESHLEMAN


4) Henry E. Bartoli


5) Steve Alverson

  • Job title: Strategic Client and Business Development Director
  • Company: ESA
  • Alverson is a senior vice president and ESA Airports national leader and drives the future of the company's airport environmental planning and consulting services. He is an aviation noise expert with knowledge of industry trends, technologies, and policy, and experience in cutting-edge projects.

6) Matt Stein


7) Laetitia De Marez

  • Job title: Director of the New York Office / Head of Implementation Strategies
  • Company: Climate Analytics
  • De Marez is Director of the New York office and leads the Implementation Strategies department. She is a policy analyst who has been active in UNFCCC negotiations since 2003, is specialized in climate finance and adaptation and in readiness and mitigation actions by developing countries.

8) John D. Longley


9) Stockton Rush


10) Steven Gitlin


11) Paul Walsh


12) Eric Gerber


13) Chris Klenner


14) Michael Eilts

15) Bill Pardue

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