MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB) announced Wednesday the promotion of Greg Yadzinski to vice president of the company’s Commonwealth Technology Division.
Yadzinski served previously as the acting director of the organization’s CTD. In his new role Yadzinski will be tasked with managing the division’s day-to-day operations, providing strategic vision and overseeing the division’s business development, customer support and technology development efforts. He will continue to Mark Chadason, senior vice president and general manager of the company’s National Security Group.
“I’d like to congratulate Greg on the well-deserved promotion,” Chadason said. “Greg has been an invaluable member of the leadership team at CTD for more than eight years. His expertise and commitment to the customer have been instrumental in delivering specialized product solutions that are relied on throughout the intelligence community.”
Yadzinski before joining MacB was an engineer at Brooks Associate — a company later acquired by Rolls Royce. There he worked to develop robotic and remote-controlled systems aimed at facilitating industrial inspections. The Rochester Institute of Technology graduate is also a co-inventor on several patents.
Yadzinski is a certified Project Management professional and holds a Masters in Business Administration degree from George Washington University.
MacB in January acquired Commonwealth Technology, Inc., which now operates as MacB CTD.
President and Chief Executive Officer Sid Fuchs runs MacB, a national security company that provides engineering services and product solutions to Defense, Intelligence, Special Operations forces, Homeland Security and federal agencies. The company’s corporate headquarters operates from Dayton, Ohio and its national capital headquarters is in Vienna, Va.