Mr. Ronald L Treusdell has a passion for teaching and has spent the last 10 years as an Adjunct Professor/Adjunct Instructor where he developed and taught a variety of supply chain management and data management/business intelligence courses.
He is currently the Vice President, Federal Business Sector, for Oakland Consulting in Lanham, MD where he leads multiple projects in support of information technology and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) initiatives for Federal clients. Mr. Treusdell brings over 35 years of experience in improving supply chain and logistics processes and in developing and executing ERP solutions.
He retired from the Department of the Army as a member of the Senior Executive Service (SES) with notable assignments as the first Executive Director of the US Army Logistics Support Agency (LOGSA) at Redstone Arsenal, AL and later as the Assistant Director for Supply Policy, Army G-4, in the Pentagon. Prior to his civilian tenure with the Army, he spent over 29 years as a logistics officer in the US Army Reserves and 10 years in the Active Army. His assignments included various installations in the United States and at bases in Japan and Korea. While stationed at Redstone Arsenal, AL at the US Army Ordnance and Missile School, he taught a variety of classes in Air Defense radar theory to US and foreign students and later developed the curriculum for a newly fielded land combat missile test facility.
After his military and Government experience, Mr. Treusdell served as a Managing Director at KPMG/BearingPoint where he led their efforts in support of the US Army’s Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), an SAP solution that modernizes the Army’s logistics and financial business processes. Later, he served as a Principal with Booz Allen Hamilton where he led supply chain efforts in support of the US Army.
Mr. Treusdell received a BS in Business from the University of Maryland, graduating summa cum laude, and a MS in Systems Management from the University of Southern California.