Interagency Expert Alan Mangan Joins PNSR as Distinguished Fellow

August 14, 2009 in News by admin

WASHINGTON– PNSR is pleased to welcome former Marine Colonel Alan Mangan as a Distinguished Fellow. Col. Mangan brings a wealth of expertise to PNSR, with extensive experience in the U.S. military, government and private sector. He has worked on policy issues in senior positions in areas such as interagency integration, strategic planning and military operations.

Col. Mangan’s eminent career includes, most recently, service as Deputy Team Leader of the Provincial Reconstruction Team in Al Anbar, Iraq. From 2006-2007, he was Chief of the Interagency Integration Branch at the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In that capacity, he led the Pentagon’s implementation of the interagency segments of the Quadrennial Defense Review. After leaving the Marine Corps, he was Vice President of Diamond International Logistics, Inc., a private company. While there, he led the organization from sales of $4 million to $6 million in a single year.

Col. Mangan holds a Master of Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College, a Master of Business Administration from the London School of Business, and a Bachelor of Science from the United States Naval Academy.

In announcing Col. Mangan’s arrival at PNSR, President and CEO James R. Locher said, “Alan brings to PNSR a wealth of first-hand experience and expertise on interagency issues. PNSR will benefit tremendously from his intellect and know-how.”

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