ADC Welcomes Two New Board Members
Norfolk, Va. — ADC members elected two new directors to the association’s board on Monday, Jeff Giangiuli, vice president for business development at CALIBRE, and Mike Hayes, director of military and federal affairs at the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development.
Giangiuli is a nationally recognized expert in risk management, environmental cleanup, environmental insurance and military property management. Since retiring from the Marine Corps as brigadier general after a 33-year career in 1999, Hayes has been serving as Maryland’s first director of military and federal affairs since 1999. The two new members will serve three-year terms.
At the same time, board member Bob Murdock was re-elected to a new three-year term. Murdock, director of the office of military affairs for the city of San Antonio, also is serving a two-year term as ADC’s vice president. He was first elected to the board in 2008.
The membership also elected Michelle Beekman, who is currently serving her first term as a director, to the position of treasurer. Beekman, vice president at Matrix Design Group, recently had been approved by the board to serve the remainder of Jim Shane’s term as treasurer after he resigned from the board last month. Beekman now will serve a two-year term as treasurer.
On Sunday, the board voted to award member Tom Swoyer, president and CEO of Infinity Development Partners, a new one-year term.