Pro2Serve Board of Directors Announces Executive Management Changes
Source: Pro2Serve | Release | September 30, 2021
Professional Project Services, Inc. (Pro2Serve), a national security engineering and information services firm, today announced changes to its Executive Management. Dr. L. Barry Goss, Founder, CEO, and Chairman of the Board of Pro2Serve, has announced his retirement effective October 4, 2021, after which he will assume the role of non-executive Chairman of the Board. Mark DeGraff, a 20-year employee of Pro2Serve will assume the CEO position being vacated by Dr. Goss. Ms. Sherry Browder will serve as Pro2Serve’s President and Chief Operating Officer and Mark Haub will serve as Chief Financial Officer, both reporting to DeGraff.
Dr. Goss founded Pro2Serve in Oak Ridge, TN, in 1996. Over the past 25 years, Pro2Serve has become a nationally recognized engineering and information solutions firm dedicated to providing critical mission support services for our Nation’s security. Pro2Serve has established offices across the country while maintaining its headquarters in Oak Ridge. Along with Goss, Pro2Serve’s Board members are Dr. Robert Van Hook, Gerald Boyd, Alan Wade, and General (ret.) David Turner.
Dr. Goss stated that “I am extremely pleased to be able to turn the leadership of Pro2Serve over to the executive management team of DeGraff, Browder, and Haub. They are experienced leaders with high integrity and proven records of success. Our employee-owners will be well served by their guidance into the future.”
ABOUT PRO2SERVE: Professional Project Services, Inc. (Pro2Serve®), an employee-owned company, is a nationally recognized engineering and information solutions firm dedicated to providing critical mission support services for our Nation’s security. Pro2Serve’s engineering and information solutions help our customers safeguard our Nation’s security; secure critical facilities and infrastructure; protect our health and environment; analyze large volumes of complex data; operate effectively and efficiently; and make sound business and financial decisions.