Corporate Leadership

L. Barry Goss, PhD, CEO and Chairman

Dr. Barry Goss is Pro2Serve’s founder, Chief Executive Officer, and Chairman of the Board. He has more than 35 years of experience providing professional technical and business services to government and private industry. Dr. Goss serves on the Boards of the East Tennessee Economic Council, Technology 2020, and Distinguished Professionals Education Institute.

Mark DeGraff, President

Mark DeGraff has 31 years of experience in nuclear facility operations and infrastructure program development and implementation. His expertise and experience cover all aspects of operational readiness of nuclear facilities, with particular emphasis on safety class systems, structures, and components, together with the integration of all related systems. He is an experienced NQA-1 lead auditor and has previously led assessments of major DOE/NNSA nuclear projects and processes throughout the U.S. He leads Pro2Serve in providing services to DoD, DOE, NNSA, and other Federal agencies through offices strategically located nationally.

Mark Haub, CFO

Mr. Haub, a Certified Public Accountant, earned his MBA in Marketing, Management & Strategy, and Finance from the Kellogg School of Management and his BS in Accounting from Illinois State University. He has over 23 years of experience as a senior financial executive spanning higher education, manufacturing, distribution, and retail in domestic and international markets. Mr. Haub has negotiated terms to secure a multimillion dollar equity capital infusion to fund corporate growth initiatives, led the substantial improvement of product and services bids through implementing market-driven bid processes, played key roles in the development and execution of strategic business plans that substantially improved cash flow and new product gross margins, and provided financial and operational leadership in an entrepreneurial venture resulting in substantial revenue growth.

Jeff Salyers, Executive Vice-President, Operations

Jeff Salyers has over 22 years of proven success in managing diverse corporate operations, business management, project management, and business development for several engineering, technical services, and manufacturing firms.  His expertise includes strategic planning, capture management, project management, earned value management, finance, accounting, contracts, and purchasing.  His diverse expertise, coupled with his experience supporting both Government and commercial clients, gives him unique insight into and the ability to creatively address issues and problems for our clients. He oversees operation of Pro2Serve’s Environmental and National Security Programs Divisions.  He is responsible for leading strategic planning and resource allocation to achieve customer goals; ensuring quality control of all services and deliverables to ensure client satisfaction; and maintaining client relationships to facilitate the success of our customers.

Mike Webster, Vice-President, Administration

Mike Webster has over 30 years of business management experience and oversees the company’s administrative functions, including accounting and auditing, human resources, contracts management, purchasing, and information technology. He collaborates with all operating units regarding budgeting, revenue recognition, cost control, and personnel utilization and ensures consistency of internal controls with corporate policies and procedures. He is experienced in analyzing corporate statistical data for financial reporting and SEC filings. In a previous position, he conducted financial and compliance audits of Federal political campaigns, political action committees, and State political parties and worked with Congressional Oversight Committees as an auditor with the Federal Election Commission in Washington, DC.

David Evans, Vice-President/Division Manager, National Security Programs

David Evans brings over 28 years of experience in organizational leadership and program and resource management and planning in secure communication networks and command and control systems. He retired in March 2012 at the rank of Colonel while serving as the 119th CACS Squadron Commander. His former unit supported USSTRATCOM and its global command and control mission to provide the joint war fighter global situational awareness through a worldwide communications network support and the management of space, air, sea, and ground-based operational C2 assets. He led multidiscipline project teams in the planning, procurement, construction, accreditation, and total operational capability of seven secure communications operations facilities and four national communications systems and supporting infrastructure.

Jay Carroll, Vice-President, National Security Programs

Jay Carroll has over 24 years of demonstrated excellence in government and corporate national security leadership experience. Mr. Carroll is a retired United States Air Force Colonel, having successfully commanded numerous organizations, including the Security Forces Group at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. He is a recognized leader and security expert with specialized practice in the areas of nuclear security, interagency coordination/cooperation, large-scale contingency operations planning and execution, and staff leadership and development. He completed the Darden School of Business Executive Leadership Program and is board-certified in security management as a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) by ASIS International. He holds three Master’s Degrees in National Security and Management-related fields from National Defense University (National War College), The George Washington University, and Air University.

Dennis Morgan, Vice-President, Environment

Dennis Morgan has over 33 years of civil, environmental, and D&D experience in project management, environmental and safety compliance, construction management, and detailed design activities. His project management experience includes conceptual project development, budget and cost control, technical scope control, teambuilding and management, workload analysis, and contract negotiations. His extensive D&D experience includes identification of contaminants of concern; evaluation and selection of D&D technologies and techniques; waste stream control, treatment, and disposal; and waste volume estimating.

Jamie Lisson, Vice-President, Finance and Accounting

Jamie Lisson has over 40 years of experience in accounting and management. She has extensive knowledge and experience working with the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), Federal Acquisition Register, and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. She has managed project teams responsible for government job cost accounting systems design and implementation, cost and budget accounting systems, requests for equitable adjustment, CAS disclosure statement preparation, DCAA audit liaison, establishment of indirect pool configurations and forward pricing rates, cost and pricing analyses, and contract closeouts.

Marc Norris, Vice-President/Business Development Director

Marc Norris has over 33 years of experience providing technical and management leadership for a diverse range of projects and activities inclusive of environmental management, remediation, engineering, training, logistics, operations, information technology, and security. He leads full lifecycle business development activities from lead identification through capture management to bid and proposal for major contract vehicles, task orders, and delivery contracts. He collaborates with division managers and other corporate staff to formulate business leads and develop capture strategies, to form teaming relationships and agreements, and to support/lead bid and proposal activities.

Del Baird, Vice-President, Paducah Operations

Del Baird has over 27 years of experience in engineering and engineering-related projects that include managing design/build projects, managing and scheduling the labor force to perform corrective and preventive maintenance activities, compliance sampling and reporting, operations of groundwater treatment facilities, remedial investigations, remedial actions, feasibility studies, and D&D projects. Over his career, he managed numerous complex projects at EPA, DoD, and DOE sites and for private industry valued up to $68M per year. Many of these projects occurred at the DOE Portsmouth GDP over the past 20 years; he recently served as the Deputy Environmental Remediation Program Director at Portsmouth.