Army Vet Merdith Temple Named Dewberry Board’s Vice Chair

Merdith Temple

Merdith Temple, a 37-year veteran of the U.S. Army, has been appointed vice chair of the board of directors of Dewberry.

He has supported the firm’s ethics and compliance efforts as a board member and brings to the company his experience in military construction, emergency operations and civil works, Dewberry said Monday.

Temple retired from military service with the rank of major general in September 2012 after serving as deputy chief of the Army Corps of Engineers

He is a recipient of the Army Engineer Association’s Gold Order of the deFleury Award and the American Society of Civil Engineers’ OPAL Award.

Temple holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Virginia Military Institute and a master’s degree in civil engineering from Texas A&M University.

You may also be interested in...

ArchIntel

ArchIntel Offering Competitive Intelligence Roundtable Membership to Enhance CI Collaboration

ArchIntel, the market leading provider of open source daily intelligence, competitive intelligence reports and competitive intelligence events, is now offering a Competitive Intelligence Roundtable Membership for CI professionals at the executive level to privately discuss the challenges and best practices for the competitive and market intelligence sectors. 

SOSi CEO Julian Setian Receives Wash100 Award

SOSi CEO Julian Setian Receives Second Consecutive Wash100 Award for Driving Growth, Emerging Tech Capabilities

For the second consecutive year, SOS International CEO Julian Setian has received a Wash100 Award for his leadership and vision to drive company growth and innovation for its technical capabilities in cloud, cybersecurity, data analytics and software development. Under his leadership, Setian has continued to drive company growth and expansion of its vital capabilities.