MAC LeadershipThe leaders and board members for the Charles County Military Alliance Council work together to set the agenda for the council’s activities and advocacy to support the best interests of the base, local residents and the local business community
Stephen E. Mitchell is an accomplished professional with more than 33 years of experience leading complex, technical scientific organizations. He held various positions at the base in Indian Head since 1991. He most recently spent eight years as the Naval Surface Warfare Center’s Director of Strategic & Corporate Planning. Mr. Mitchell was recognized with several awards, including Senior Executive Service Meritorious Presidential Rank Award and the Navy Distinguished, Superior, and Meritorious Civilian Service Award.
Michelle Goodwin is a lifelong resident of Southern Maryland. She worked as a government contractor for many years before joining CSM. As CSM’s first Marketing Director, Ms. Goodwin
transitioned three separate community colleges into one regional community college. After 23 years with CSM, Michele joined G.S. Proctor & Associates, providing lobbying representation and advocacy services.
Jeff Bossart is a highly skilled and experienced environmental program director who has been serving the Indian Head military community for more than three decades. In his current role, he oversees NSA South Potomac’s Installation Environmental Program. Jeffrey has a Bachelor of Science from Virginia Tech and a Master of Science from Clemson University. He also holds a DAWIA Facilities Engineering Level III Certification. Jeffrey has also been recognized for his excellent service with a Meritorious Civilian Service Award.
Mr. Martin has been a Charles County resident for over 20 years. He has a broad background in business and accounting across many industries. He also has provided independent consulting.
services to a variety of clients. He has served on the MAC for the past 3 years. Mr. Martin currently services as the Director of Finance and Administration for the Energetics Technology Center (ETC), an Indian Head-based nonprofit organization.
Mr. Hungerford is a lifelong Charles County Resident, former Fighter Pilot and a former Technical Director for NSWC. He served as the first Director of STEM at CSM, President of Western Charles Business Assoc. and is a member of the Chamber BOD. He has been a member of the various Indian Head alliances since their inception and continues to be an advocate for the naval base and the bown.
Member At Large
Mr. Holland and his direct descendants can be traced back to 1760 in northern Calvert County. He is the Program and Public Relations Director of the Maryland Federation, National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association. Mr. Holland is retired from the U.S. government, having managed complex export investigations and provided expertise in dual-use technology
to interagency partners.
A lifelong resident of Indian Head, Ms. Frank began her career in marketing, advertising and public relations. She then formed her own small business as an ISO-certified government contractor providing technical, scientific and administrative services. Ms. Frank has served as the Executive Director of the MAC since spring of 2019
Ms. Greer is a lifelong resident of Charles County. She earned her law degree from the University of Notre Dame and has served as the Deputy County Attorney, Assistant County Attorney and Maryland’s Assistant State’s Attorney. Over the years, Ms. Greer has served on numerous Charles County-based committees while running a successful law firm, The Law Office of Sue A. Greer. Ms. Greer has served the MAC in various roles since its inception.
Mr. Blandford is CEO and founder of eTrepid, a Charles County-based company providing IT and cybersecurity services. He is a U.S. Navy veteran with a strong voice for business relationships and was selected as Chair of Charles County Chamber of Commerce in 2020.
Charles Harding Jr.
Mr. Harding is a native New Yorker. He served his country for more than 40 years, in the U.S. Air Force, as a civilian employee and government contractor, and as an Imagery Analyst. Mr. Harding served as Chairman for Charles County Veterans Affairs and President for Colonial Charles HOA. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Maryland Military Coalition and the Air Force Sergeants Association as well as serving as a Veteran Service Officer, assisting Veterans to file a claim “virtually.”
Mr. Brough came to NSWC Indian Head as an entry-level Chemical Engineer in 1972. He remained at NSWC until retirement in 2005. He held numerous technical and leadership positions focused on energetics manufacturing and research & development. Mr. Brough worked on the NSWC responses to BRAC in 2005. After retirement, he joined the Navy Alliance where he continued to work on the Indian Head BRAC defense. He currently provides engineering support to NSWC as a contractor with ERG.
Mr. Sutton is an industry pioneer and leader influential in modernizing the Federal and Department of Defense contracting arena. He serves as CEO and President of Genesis Consulting Solutions (GCS) and leads a conglomerate alliance of over 30+ Federal and DoD technology companies. His experience spans over 30 years providing Research and Development Technology Transfer and Integration, Information Technology Architecture, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Cyber Security, Acquisition and Program Management, Budget and Finance and other key industry-specific procurement activities.
Lesley Quattlebaum is the Executive Director of the CSM Velocity Center at Indian Head. She has more than 20 years of public and private sector experience in project and program management. Previously, she served as the college’s Grants Specialist Coordinator and was also a Project Manager with the Southern Region SBDC for a federally funded economic growth initiative for the state of Maryland. Prior to CSM, she was a career civil servant and government contractor serving in multiple roles supporting national security. Lesley holds a BS in Business from the University of Maryland and a MA from Bowie State University.
Scott R. Fulkerson recently retired from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms as Resident Agent in Charge of the Richmond I Field Office, which enforced U.S. law in central Virginia. Prior to this assignment, he was a Project Officer in the Explosives Training Branch, Fort A.P. Hill, and was promoted to Program Manager for the Home Made Explosives training program at the National Center for Explosives Training and Research, Huntsville, Alabama. He is a graduate of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Leaders in Police Organization Course and holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in public administration. He has over 25 years of law enforcement experience..