The Board of Directors for the Strategic Recovery Institute (SRI) draws from a wide range of occupational backgrounds, and is rich with philosophical and theological diversity. SRI”s board members are a mix of youthful, talented and wise, “life tested” energetic men and women who desire to bring broad social changes to the endemic problem of homelessness.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Director of Business Development

Alex Plewniak

  • BS, Physical Science, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD 1983
  • MS Management, Unites States Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA 1992, (Gov't Procurement, Total Quality Management, Socio Technical Systems Design)
  • Certified Professional Contracts Manager (CPCM)
  • Qualified Surface Warfare Officer
  • Qualified Helicopter Control Officer/Flight Deck Control Officer

Director of Contracts-Cameron Advanced Mobility www.cameronadvancedmobility.com
Powersports Channel Manager – Ride-On Tire Protection Systems www.ride-on.com
Co-Host Ride-On Racing Roundup – A weekly AM radio offroad racing program with Dave Stall Sundays at 7-8 PM, KCBQ AM 1170 “*Intelligent Talk Radio” in San Diego
Operations/Logistics Director NORRA (National OffRoad Racing Association)  www.norra.com

Past Professional History

Director of Contracts General Scientific Corporation 1995-2011– Responsible for all 
corporate contract actions, corporate signatory, responsible for FAR (Federal Acquisition 
Regulation), DFARS (Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement) and other 
Federal, State and Local contracting regulations compliance.  Responsible for incurred cost audit submissions, responsible for compliance and reporting under ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations). Responsible for the development of pricing strategies, contract pricing and management for all corporate contracts.  Business Development.

Contracting Directorate, Naval Sea Systems Command - Selected by Admiral Harshbarger to work in Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Worked the Japanese Aegis Destroyer Program, negotiated and managed over $347M of contract actions and modifications- Awarded AEGIS EXCELLENCE AWARD for business innovations
Responsible for negotiating and awarding the $145M TB29 Thin Line Towed Body Program (submarine thin line towed array sonar system)
NAVSEA 02 Briefing Officer for the Vendor Motivation Program
Responsible for negotiating and completing requirements necessary to successfully implement Chemical Weapons Site Challenges in support of the “Open Skies” International Arms Control Agreement

Supply Officer USS Moosbrugger, Department Head 44 employees, Responsible for all logistics, ships spares, foodstuffs, hotel services, payroll and administration for a crew of 350+
Hand picked to brief local news media on Hazardous Material Reclamation during the 1989 Navy Wide 48 Hour Safety Standown
Personally responsible for the successful expediting, receipt and onload of more 8000 requisition line items and 33,000lbs of provisions in less than 96 hours on short notice deployment for operation Desert Shield/Storm (1st Gulf War)
Recognized for running the best Flight Deck Crew in the Red Sea, received more than 260,000lbs of ship’s stores over a 3 month period, WITH NO MISHAPS.
Maritime interdiction Boarding Officer, conducted the FIRST joint operational boarding w/SEALS upon the commencement of hostilities in Operation Desert Storm (1st Gulf War).  Went on to lead 67 boardings, - NO CASUALTIES – Awarded Navy Commendation Medal

Supply Officer/Comptroller – Submarine Training Facility, Charleston, SC Responsible for $10M annual budget including a $6.6M inventory consisting of more than 15,000 line items, maintained inventory validity in excess of 99%.
In two weeks time developed and implemented the plan that established the Nuclear Propulsion Training Unit (NPTU) as part of the Submarine Training Facility, Charleston – Awarded NAVY COMMENDATION MEDAL

Supply Division Officer USS Aylwin – Awarded Navy Achievement Medal for maintaining full compliment of support for all ship requirements even though departmental manning was cut by 50%