05.21.14 / News

Greg Williamitis Joins PLI as Senior VP, Program Development

Phoenix Logistics, Inc., a leading provider of engineering and manufacturing solutions for the defense and aerospace market, today announced that Greg Williamitis has joined the company in a newly created role to lead corporate program development.

Before joining Phoenix Logistics, Williamitis was most recently at Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) as Vice President of Business Development. Prior to SAIC, he was Director of Business Development and Field Marketing for The Boeing Company. Williamitis served 28 years in U.S. Army aviation combat development, training and operational organizations including Special Operations Aviation, Airborne, Air Assault and Mechanized Units. He performed in multiple leadership positions to include command at the company, battalion and senior management/director level. Over the course of his industry career, he has established and led multi-disciplined teams in new revenue identification, proposal development, and business capture in the commercial, defense, homeland security, and federal agency markets.

“We are excited to have Greg on our team. His diverse program and business development experience and Army Aviation leadership background is exactly what we require for continued expansion of our products and services,” said Al Funderburk, PLI President and CEO.

Williamitis holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Dayton, a Master’s Degree in Management from Webster University, and a Master’s Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the US Army War College.

Tempe-based Phoenix Logistics, Inc. provides a full-spectrum of services that include engineering and design, simulation and training, test, systems integration, manufacturing, and life cycle management. The company supports major aerospace OEM’s, Tier 1 and 2 prime contractors, and the U.S. Department of Defense on projects and programs ranging from component supply to customized solutions for nuclear and high profile space programs.