MG Glenn Lesniak

MG Glenn Lesniak

Dates of Service: Jun 1976 - Oct 2015
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Commissioning Source:  USMA, Jun 1976

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Very experienced public and private sector leader and executive manager. Specific background in large organization and operations management, project management, customer service, process improvement, voice and data communications, transition and change management. Managed large operational budgets, involved in stakeholder management, have met with members of Congress.

Military Experiences

Oct 2014 - Sep 2015
Deputy Chief Army Reserve
Deputy Chief Management Officer for the USAR - Represented Chief of the USAR at the Army Secretariat level in support of 200,000 soldiers and 16,000 civilians - Developed strategic policy, plans, and programs for the Reserve; facilitated decision-making for the future of the Reserve - Oversaw management of an $8B operating budget, personnel, operations, and funding - Met with Congressional Members - Directed 32 General Officers
Jun 2012 - Sep 2014
Deputy Commanding General
Chief Operating Officer (COO) for the USAR comprised of 200,000 soldiers, 16,000 civilians, and an $8B Operating Budget - Supervised 30 general officer major subordinate unit leaders - Executive level oversight for all USAR facilities support for 1,200 real property locations nationwide - Management oversight for all personnel, logistic, training, and deployment programs and enterprise processes - Met with Congressional members
Jun 2009 - Jun 2012
88th RSC
Commanding General
Leadership oversight for a newly established Division-level organization that provided shared services and base operations support for over 55,000 U.S. Army Reserve soldiers across a 19 state region with a $350 million operating budget. Directed large staff of 200.
Apr 2005 - Sep 2008
Commanding General
Led an organization responsible for 11,000 soldiers aligned under 4 major subordinate organizations across New England. Owned all facilities management and construction across the footprint.

Military Credentials

Security Clearance
Top Secret/SCI or higher

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