Board of Directors

Pro2Serve Board of Directors


Our Corporate Board of Directors brings a wealth of management talent and leadership. They are dedicated to providing organizational continuity, enhancing Pro2Serve’s programs and services, providing counsel and oversight, and ensuring the company is an active contributor to the communities where it is located.


Dr. L. Barry Goss is Pro2Serve’s founder, CEO, and Chairman of the Board. He has more than 40 years of experience providing professional technical and business services to government and private industry. Prior to founding Pro2Serve, he built two other very successful professional services business units at Battelle Memorial Institute and Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). He has established and leads several technology subsidiaries of Pro2Serve. Dr. Goss also serves on the Board of Directors of numerous other community and business organizations.

Dr. Robert Van Hook is the former President of Lockheed Martin Energy Systems (LMES). In that role, he guided operations of the Oak Ridge Y-12 Plant for DOE. Prior to joining LMES, Dr. Van Hook served as Executive Vice President of Lockheed Martin Energy Research Corporation. He spent more than 29 years with Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in such roles as Deputy Director, Director of Environmental Sciences Division, and Director of the Center for Global Environmental Studies. He is a fellow of the AAAS, Chairman of the Board of Directors for Foothills Land Conservancy, and serves on the board of the East Tennessee Economic Council.

Alan Wade serves as President of Wade Associates, Inc. He retired from federal service as the Chief Information Officer at the end of 2005 after a 35-year career in the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). He held a series of other senior positions at the CIA, including the Director of Communications and the Director of Security. In his assignment as Chief Information Officer, he was dual-hatted as the Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Intelligence Community. He is a recipient of the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, the Director’s Medal, and the Distinguished Intelligence Medal. He served on the Boards of Safeboot N.V. (acquired by McAfee in 2007) and Detica DFI (acquired by BAE Systems in 2008). He currently serves on the Boards of the Aerospace Corporation in El Sequndo, CA, Composite Software in San Mateo, CA, Chiliad Inc. in Washington, DC, and IdenTrust Inc. in San Francisco, CA. Additionally, he serves on public sector advisory boards of several technology companies, on the Advisory Board of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech, and on the Board of the Organization of Retired CIA officers.

Gerald Boyd is the former Vice President of Strategic Business Development, Nuclear and Environmental Group, Technical Solutions, a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII). In that role, he was responsible for business development for three HII entities: HII Nuclear, HII Energy and HII Mechanical. Prior to joining HII, Mr. Boyd was Manager of the DOE Oak Ridge Operations Office (ORO) for eight years. Before heading up the DOE Oak Ridge Office, he managed ORO’s EM and waste management programs. Previously for DOE Headquarters, he served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Science and Technology in the Office of Environmental Management, and was the Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary for Science and Technology and Director of the Transportation, Emergency Management and Analytical Services Division. He is a member of the Boards of Directors of the Habitat for Humanity of Anderson County, the East Tennessee Economic Council, the Tennessee Valley Corridor, Covenant Health System, and the Community Reuse Organization of East Tennessee. He is a past Board Member of the Energy, Technology, and Environmental Business Association (ETEBA).

Brig. Gen. (Retired) C. David Turner currently serves as a Senior Advisor to Pro2Serve, as well as holding senior advisory and executive roles with Dawson & Associates, Binary Exchange Technologies, and MacDonald-Bedford. Previously, Gen. Turner served as president, Military Services Group for American Water Enterprises, where he oversaw operations involving water treatment and supply for U.S. military installations. Gen. Turner’s experience in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers includes an enviable record of success on policy and projects involving construction, environmental oversight, contract negotiations and information technology. Throughout his 33 years with the Army, Gen. Turner established a reputation throughout the Corps of Engineers for operational and strategic leadership. During his final decade of service, he commanded Corps of Engineers divisions in Atlanta and San Francisco and a USACE District in Korea. He also served as Chief of Staff at Corps of Engineer Headquarters, reporting to the Deputy Chief of Engineers. Gen. Turner serves as Board Member of the Society of American Military Engineers (NJ Post) and American Watershed Initiatives and is a former member of the USACE Coastal Engineering Research Board.