Transformation Systems, Inc. (TSI) is pleased to announce the promotion of two key employees and welcome new team members to support the company’s expansion. TSI’s Demetrius Wilson has been promoted to Program Manager for TSI’s new contract to support MCSC’s Competency Aligned Organization(CAO) and Workforce Development.Wilson will lead a team of new TSI employees and subcontractors that support each of MCSC’s five competency managers.TSI welcomes new team members supporting CAO including Cindy Bennett, Ann Graziano, Jonita Hooker and Sheila Jackson.Missy Smith, an employee of Delta Resources and a long time partner supporting MRAP is also a member of the team.Partners expected to support the optional tasks, depending on delivery orders, include Andy Walden (Delta Resources), Susan Vafa (Rezcon) and Ken Smith (Strategic Directions).
TSI’s Mike Olverson has been promoted to Senior Program Analyst supporting USMC MRAP.Olverson leads the four person team supporting the MRAP front office and coordinates activities with the (TSI) Strategic Support cell.Dana Briscoe, a long time partner supporting MRAP, will be joining TSI on 14 September to backfill the Program Analyst position Mike held in support of the MRAP-All Terrain Vehicle (M-ATV) team.
“TSI recruits selectively to hire top performers who work with a steadfast focus on the success of each customer. We’re happy to welcome our new accomplished and vibrant team members, and promote two TSI team members who have a history of excellence with the company and our customers,” said TSI CEO, Marta Wilson.
About Transformation Systems, Inc. TSI is a fast growth management systems engineering company of PhDs, possibility thinkers and business authors who help forward thinking military and civilian leaders within the Defense community achieve their extremely challenging goals in ways that are most efficient, effective and responsive.The TSI team has been recognized repeatedly for helping set historic records as part of the Defense community’s counter-IED effort within the Joint MRAP Vehicle Program and by the Naval Sea Systems Command for facilitating successful technology transitions such as ERP. When leaders must improve enterprise performance without increasing their budgets, they call TSI for management systems engineering solutions that increase productivity and save money.