Carl has over 30 years of experience successfully working in business operations and program and project management. He has gained his experience and knowledge by having worked with all levels of civilian, government and military leadership. He recently retired with 21 years of service from the Maryland Army National Guard, where he served in numerous domestic and overseas assignments as an Army Aviation Officer.
As the Chief Operating Officer, Carl sets the comprehensive business goals for MGI performance and growth. He established the initial policies and procedures for the company which promote company culture and vision of inclusiveness and accountability. Carl also serves as the Muller Group International Senior Program Manager where he is responsible for all project work starting with proposals, contract establishment, work scheduling, IMS, risk, task management and final deliverables. Carl led MGI’s Department of Energy proposal effort, winning the contract that netted MGI a $2.2M 5 year T&M Contract.
Prior to becoming Muller Group Internationals’ COO, Carl served as the Business Operations Manager for Battelle Memorial Institute. As the Business Operations Manager he was responsible for the monthly operational trend analysis and improvement recommendations with regards to business volume ($58M), direct government employee labor, direct labor management (overhead), unallowable expenses, subcontracts and facilities and equipment expenditures. Additionally, Carl has served as a Financial Analyst for Boeings’ Derivative Airplane Program’s Operations Team (DAP), as a Program Manager at the Department of Energy (DOE), and as a Program Manager with the Chief of Naval Installation Command (CNIC), U.S. Department of the Navy, where he was responsible for all programmatic and business operations for three U.S. Navy Projects. These projects included work in the chemical and biological defense, force protection, safety, training and consequence management capability areas, infrastructure protection and IT security.