Second-Generation Family Leadership
Servant Leadership

NORDAM embraces the servant-leadership management philosophy, emphasizing these principles:

  • Build on strength
  • Blaze the trail
  • Raise the bar
  • Upend the pyramid
  • Run to great purpose

Click below for more information on our leaders and board of managers.

Meredith Siegfried Madden was appointed chief executive officer of NORDAM in 2011. Headquartered in Tulsa, Okla., NORDAM is one of the world’s premier family-owned aerospace providers of composite structures and engineered solutions, employing 2,500 stakeholders across multiple facilities in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. 

Madden joined the company in 1999, and progressed through a series of roles in both operations and sales, including manager of strategic market planning; vice president of Global Sales and Marketing; vice president of the Repair Group; chief operating officer, overseeing all repair and manufacturing operations in the United States, Europe and Asia; and president of NORDAM. 

Prior to her NORDAM career, she was a senior consultant on mergers and acquisitions, corporate recovery services and financial advisory with Arthur Andersen’s Global Corporate Finance Group. 

Madden serves on the boards of several industry organizations including SkyWest, Inc. (NASDAQ: SKYW), the largest regional airline in North America, and the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum. She is a member of the University of Notre Dame’s Advisory Council for Student Athletes, and a founding member of the board of directors for Tulsa Flight Night, a nonprofit created by her father, late NORDAM founder Ray Siegfried. The summertime air show and gala supports STEM education for Oklahoma K-12 students. Under her leadership, NORDAM and the Siegfried family continue their longstanding support of and partnership with Tulsa Area United Way.

She is an alumna of the Aspen Institute’s two-year Henry Crown Fellowship program for accomplished entrepreneurial leaders under 45, and a past member of the Young Presidents’ Organization. Madden holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, and a Bachelor of Science in business administration and finance from the University of Notre Dame.

Board Memberships Organizations Education
NORDAM United Way – Tulsa Area 2014 Campaign, Team Leader for Aerospace, Manufacturing, Hospitality, Port and Transportation Divisions Master of Business Administration - University of Chicago
Erickson Air-Crane, Inc. (NASDAQ: EAC) Tulsa Charity Flight Night Business Administration degree in Finance - Notre Dame
SkyWest, Inc. (NASDAQ: SKYW) Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) Aspen Institute, Henry Crown Fellowship, 2011-2013
Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum Okla. Governor’s Delegation to China (2004)  
Aerospace Industries Association    
Tulsa Community Foundation Board of Trustees    
Tulsa Airport Authority Board of Trustees (8 years past board member, five years as chairman)    
World Travel Services, LLC    


As COO, MRO international divisions, T. Hastings Siegfried is responsible for global MRO operations. He brings more than 20 years of experience in supply chain, strategy and business-development roles specific to aerospace manufacturing and repair. His leadership focus is on ensuring safe and reliable performance and outstanding customer service while driving revenue growth for the company throughout the Americas and Europe as well as in the Middle-East and Asia-Pacific regions.

Prior to starting at NORDAM in 1998, Siegfried served the community as a Tulsa Police officer. He continued his work in law enforcement and public safety even after joining the company, logging a 26-year policing career that included assignments on specialty units within the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Department, such as the motorcycle unit and SWAT team. He is a past chairman of the state’s Office of Juvenile Affairs board and past commission member of the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control.

Today, Siegfried is chairman of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, and a board member for both the Tulsa Police Department Foundation and the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Foundation. He also is an unsolved-homicide investigator with the sheriff’s department cold-case taskforce.

He is chairman of the board for community healthcare-provider Ascension St. John Medical Center, past chairman of the State Chamber of Oklahoma, and previous president of The Committee of One Hundred – Tulsa, Inc. Other prior organizational involvements include GAMA, an industry association of general aviation manufacturers; Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce; Tulsa Area United Way; Tulsa Chapter of the American Red Cross; Indian Healthcare Services of Tulsa; and Boy Scouts of America.  

Siegfried is certified by the Federal Aviation Administration as a helicopter pilot. He attended the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration.  

Alisa Perkins is NORDAM's chief financial officer. She has over 20 years of experience as a senior financial executive with robust finance and accounting background and a proven track record of results in capital structuring, cash flow improvement and cross-functional team collaboration. 

She most recently served as the CFO of Francis Energy, LLC., where she was the strategic leader for financial operations, risk management, tax and accounting. Prior to that, she was CFO for American Cementing, LLC, overseeing financial operations and human resources. She spent 18 years at SemGroup Corporation, an energy infrastructure company, where her most recent role was vice president of corporate finance, treasurer and chief risk officer.

Perkins started her career at PriceWaterhouse Coopers as a senior accountant. She is a certified public accountant with a master's degree in accounting in information systems from the University of Tulsa, and a bachelor's degree in accounting and business administration from Drury University in Springfield, Missouri.

Bailey J. Siegfried is vice president of culture, communication, HR, for NORDAM, as well as chair of the firm's Culture and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion councils. He serves on multiple international NORDAM boards.

In his primary role, Siegfried oversees all essential services functions, including safety, environmental health, ethics and compliance, global-trade compliance, security, talent attraction and leadership development. He directs corporate branding, as well as internal and external communication, including community, government and media relations. As executive leader for the company’s Office of Corporate Responsibility, he drives next-level results in environmental sustainability, stakeholder and community engagement, and educational outreach for area students, teachers and schools. 

Siegfried is the governor-appointed chairman of the Oklahoma Space Industry Development Authority, which administers the only unrestricted Federal Aviation Administration space corridor for travel to and from space. An instrument-rated pilot and member of the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation, he is involved in multiple aerospace, space and STEM-development initiatives across the country. 

In the community, he serves on the boards of Flight Night, Tulsa Area United Way, the Tulsa Community Foundation, and the Ascension St. John Hospital Moral and Medical Ethics Board.

Siegfried began his career in the risk management industry, working for Arthur J. Gallagher, and maintains licensing as a property and casualty risk-management insurance agent. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business from the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, and serves on the advisory council for the university’s Mendoza College of Business.

Albert J. Givray joined NORDAM in 2012 as general counsel, with expertise spanning aviation-industry programs and strategic alliances, acquisitions and divestitures, licensing, finance, and intellectual property.

A partner with Denver-based Davis Graham and Stubbs LLP, Givray also is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association, where he serves as chairman of the Financial Institutions and Commercial Law Section and co-chairman for various legislative review committees.

He has been listed for several years in The Best Lawyers in America.

Givray holds a Juris Doctor from Cornell Law School, where he graduated cum laude; an MBA from The Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University; and a B.S. with distinction from the Cornell University School of Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, Ithaca, N.Y.

J. Terrell Siegfried is assistant general counsel & corporate secretary for NORDAM, and is a member of the company’s retirement advisory committee.

Prior to joining the company, Siegfried was a corporate attorney at Hall, Estill, Hardwick, Gable, Golden & Nelson, P.C., one of Oklahoma’s largest law firms, focusing on business transactions, bankruptcy, taxation, and trust and estate law. He continues to serve as Of Counsel with the firm.

As a lawyer, he has been named a ‘Rising Star’ several times by Oklahoma Super Lawyers in the areas of business and corporate practice areas. He was recognized as one of Tulsa’s Twenty New Leaders by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in 2010. In 2011, he was named to Oklahoma Magazine’s 40 Under 40 list, and in 2012 was included on the Tulsa Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list.

A past member of the University of Tulsa Scholarship Endowment committee, Siegfried is a member of TU’s President’s Council as well as the Dean’s Advisory Board of the College of Law. From 2009 to 2016, Siegfried served as board member of St. Philip Neri Catholic Newman Center at TU by appointment of the Bishop of the Tulsa Diocese, and was honorary co-chairman for the center’s 2014 Society Dinner.

Siegfried is a member of the Gilcrease Museum National Board; has been co-chairman of the Gilcrease Rendezvous and Collector’s Reserve art exhibitions and art sales; and is a past committee member of the American Art in Miniature exhibit and art show. He is a founding member of the board of directors for Tulsa Charity Flight Night, a charitable organization benefiting STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education.

Siegfried holds a juris doctorate from the University of Notre Dame Law School. He attended the University of Tulsa on a football scholarship, was elected by his teammates as a captain of the team, and earned a bachelor’s of business administration in management and a minor in marketing in 2002.

John Clawson is vice president, engineering and program management.

He joined NORDAM in 1995 as a design engineer and has held positions of increasing authority since that time, including project engineer for the Hawker 4000 IPPS Program; engineering and program manager for the F2000EX IPPS Program; value stream manager for the Pratt & Whitney product line; and director of operations.

In 2004, Clawson earned the Nacelle & Thrust Reverser Systems Division Leadership Award.

Prior to joining the company, he was a senior design engineer for Lockheed Martin Aero & Naval Systems. His career also has spanned positions with McDonnell Douglas Aircraft and Boeing Military Airplane Company.

Clawson holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Missouri at Rolla, Mo.

Phil Marshall is vice president, general manager, manufacturing operations, with direct responsibility to provide superior results for NORDAM’s business jet and commercial customers. 

Marshall joined the company from United Launch Alliance, where he was vice president of production operations, overseeing a successful consolidation of operations in Decatur, Ala. Prior to that, he was a site lead and general manager for Boeing facilities in both Decatur and Pueblo, Colo., positions in which he led industrial engineering, manufacturing, final assembly, and testing of Delta II and Delta IV launch vehicle components, including the first Delta II booster and transition to production of the 7925 vehicle.

Other past career positions include manager of product support and program manager for Boeing’s C-17 program, and engineering posts with Northrop Aircraft and Teledyne Waterpik.

He served on the Calhoun Community College Foundation Board of Directors, the Decatur City Schools Foundation Board, and was a member of the Board of Trustees for Parkway Medical Center in Decatur. He also was part of Leadership Alabama class of 2008.

Marshall is a graduate of Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colo., with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. 

Jim Thompson is vice president, quality & technology, overseeing development of new products to meet customer requirements as well as the ongoing technical support of current production and legacy propulsion system products over their operational life cycles. His responsibilities include organization design and development, project management, development of enabling technologies, and departmental performance to customer and company business objectives.

Prior to joining The NORDAM Group, Inc. in November 2005, Thompson held a variety of technical and business management positions of increasing responsibility. From 1996 to 2005, he was employed by Garrett Aviation Services, a subsidiary of General Electric Company. At Garrett, he was the director of program development responsible for translation of strategic initiatives to business and technical programs. He was subsequently appointed vice president and general manager of the Van Nuys, California, aircraft maintenance and avionics/interior completion business. In 2001, Thompson was appointed vice president of programs and technology leading engineering and product development for all Garrett Aviation divisions. He was employed by Rohr Inc. (now Goodrich Aerostructures) from 1985 to 1996 in the capacity of program general manager/airbus programs and, ultimately, as manager of new business development.

Thompson holds a Bachelor of Science, industrial technology, manufacturing degree from California State University, Long Beach, Calif., and a master's degree in business administration from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, Calif. Thompson is also a certified Six Sigma green belt.

Alain Poupin joined NORDAM in 1992 to launch the Toulouse, France, office and develop the aircraft manufacturers, airlines and maintenance centers business in Europe. Officing in Toulouse, he was promoted to vice president of sales for Europe, Middle East & Africa, overseeing seven offices across the region. Prior to joining NORDAM, he served in various management positions for Dassault Aviation and Airbus.

Poupin is a chartered aeronautical engineer. He is married and has two daughters.

Marc Overton is vice president of business development, MRO. He oversees the NORDAM Repair Group sales efforts in the commercial OEM market as well as developing additional aftermarket strategies. 

Overton joined NORDAM in 1993 as a regional director of marketing and sales and served in a variety of business development roles, including director of NORDAM's regional airline sales, global lease return program and the PRISM exhaust component product line. He also served as the vice president of business aviation sales with business aircraft manufacturing sales responsibilities.

Prior to joining NORDAM, Overton spent six years with Ten Cate Aerospace and Perkins Plastics in the sales and business development areas. He has a bachelor's degree in business aviation from Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.

Tim Gervais is vice president of business development for NORDAM’s manufacturing division. Informed by his technical expertise and more than 30 years in international aerospace sales and marketing, he develops and deploys customer-intimate strategies to achieve NORDAM growth objectives across new and existing accounts.

His background includes senior leadership positions in sales, marketing, program management, and business development with Applied Composites, Ducommun Aerostructures, McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Company, and others.

Gervais earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, and a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Notre Dame in Indiana.

Pete Self is vice president, information technology for NORDAM. In this position, he leads the effort to recognize, interpret and mitigate business and technology risk exposure, bringing security, maturity and stability to the firm’s information systems. 

He has well-established industry certifications as an information systems security professional, a chief information security officer and an ethical hacker. 

Prior to joining the company, Self was director of IT security and compliance for StandardAero in San Antonio, Texas. His career has included similar positions with employers in the federal contracting financial, healthcare, insurance and smart grid sectors. 

Self holds a Master of Business Administration from Webster University, St Louis, Missouri and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Saint Martin's University, Lacey, Washington.

Joel R. Dougherty is vice president of human resources & EHS at NORDAM, where he supports all levels of the organization, from frontline stakeholders to corporate executives.

He leads the HR team to excel in organizational design, staffing, specialized training development and delivery, executive coaching, stakeholder relations and people-resource management. He also oversees environmental, health, safety and security functions.

Dougherty also served as a human resources officer in the United States Navy Reserve, and regularly shares his time and knowledge with various non-profit organizations and boards.

He earned a Master of Arts in industrial and organizational psychology from the University of Tulsa, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Oral Roberts University, both in Tulsa, Oklahoma.


Jamie Lane is vice president of strategy, sales & business development, with responsibility for strategic planning, profitability enhancement and competitive intelligence. Since joining NORDAM in 2005, he has held various positions in the finance organization, most recently as treasurer and director of financial planning and analysis.

Previously, Lane held various finance positions during seven years with American Airlines; spent six years in operations management for Ecolab, a Fortune 500 specialty chemical manufacturer; and two years in engineering design and product development of pipeline components and accessories with Fibercast, a composite pipeline manufacturing company.

He holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Tulsa.

Lane is married and has a daughter and son.

Raegen Siegfried is an experienced financial analyst and business development professional who brings his affinity for free enterprise and innovation to NORDAM as vice president, HushWorks.

In this position, Siegfried leads the internal NORDAM team working to uncover new, advanced and evolving technologies, processes, materials or product lines for possible implementation at any division. He is most passionate about the work he is doing to help define which products and services the company will be selling in the next five to 10 years. Recently, machining and tooling were moved under his direction, ensuring any new intellectual properties have a smooth internal transition from concept to reality.

As an aerospace ‘numbers guy’ turned prognosticator with innate people skills, Siegfried brings a unique perspective to identifying and monetizing areas of future growth. His grasp of analytics allows him to road-map emerging technologies, materials and products with an eye toward industry-partner and university collaborations to bring new ideas to market.

Prior to joining NORDAM in 2013 as an account manager supporting airlines in Indonesia, Japan and the Philippines, his career included a series of increasingly responsible positions with United Technologies Corp. (UTX).

Siegfried is enthusiastic about small business, entrepreneurship, education and wildlife conservation. As a member of the Irish Angels’ screening committee and an active angel investor with the group, he is committed to furthering growth for high-potential startups. He also serves on the strategic advisory board for the Helmerich Research Center at Oklahoma State University’s Tulsa campus, and as an advisor for Last Night’s Game in Tulsa and for Jester King Brewery in Austin, Texas.

Siegfried holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration, from the University of Notre Dame in Indiana and Arizona State University in Tempe, respectively.

Carlos Flores is NORDAM’s vice president, manufacturing sales, leading the company’s pursuit of new business and expanding existing relationships to meet growth objectives for this important business segment. Flores plays a major role in developing a diverse base of international customers across  numerous aerospace market segments; manages multiple-channel selling strategies; and builds and leads the OEM sales team. He assists with new prospect development, and in aligning pricing and negotiation strategies to market conditions.

His career as a marketing and business development professional has spanned more than ten years with the company, including positions in public and customer relations, pricing and proposals, and sales and marketing specific to aviation manufacturing. Notably, from 2004 to 2005, Flores served as business liaison and communication specialist for NORDAM founder and Chairman Ray Siegfried, enabling Siegfried to continue business leadership and productivity while battling ALS.

Flores previously managed a multi-million dollar, regional benefactor portfolio of some 200 alumni, parents and friends of his alma mater, the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana. He is a past committee member and event emcee for Tulsa Charity Fight Night, and a past board member for Youth Services of Tulsa and for Committee of 100, Tulsa Inc. He earned a bachelor’s in political science from Notre Dame and a master’s in finance from the University of Tulsa.

Barry Walters is vice president, MRO sales. In this role, he leads a team of customer administrators, customer service representatives and sales professionals, enhancing existing customer relationships and pursuing new opportunities to grow this important business unit. Walters also promotes NORDAM repair products and services; supports internal engineering and production teams by relaying technical information required to meet contract requirements and customer expectations; and contributes to long-range strategy planning.

He joined the NORDAM Repair team in 1998 as a customer administrator for key airline customers, quickly transitioning into regional sales management for the Transparency segment within the Manufacturing group. He later returned to Repair, taking on oversight of the company’s FedEx Express relationship as global account manager for the company’s largest worldwide account, a responsibility he retains today. In 2010, he was named director of strategic accounts, then director of operations in 2013. His past contributions also include performing as vice president of sales for NORDAM subsidiary PartPilot.

Walters holds a bachelor’s in psychology, with a double minor in business management and industrial technology supervision, from Northeastern State University at Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

William Lawless is NORDAM's vice president, supply chain.

He joined the company in 2015 to lead its manufacturing-side supply chain efforts, including the A320 engine build-up supply chain team, while also serving in commodity management and supplier development. 

Prior to that, Lawless had been director of global commodity management for United Technologies Aerospace Systems.  

He has a bachelor’s in operations management from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and a master's in international business from Clemson University in South Carolina.

Karlyn Doyle is chief of staff for NORDAM CEO Meredith Siegfried Madden. In this position, she has a prominent role in planning and directing administrative, advisory, financial and operational activities within the CEO office to support efficient decision making. She provides a communication framework for customers and stakeholders to interact with the CEO’s office; partners with organization leaders to project manage cross-functional projects; and drives strategic initiatives, ensuring resulting actions are executed.

Doyle first joined NORDAM in a financial and information-systems management role on the company’s international sales and marketing team in 1993. She rose to director of international marketing, then transitioned to a global project-leader role. She left in 2012 to work as director of enterprise strategy for global manufacturer TWG, a Dover corporation, returning to NORDAM in 2014. Before coming to NORDAM, she held positions at American Airlines in Tulsa, Oklahoma and with the French Consulate in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Doyle holds an MBA, with a focus in international marketing, from the University of Tulsa; and a bachelor’s in French from Newcomb College of Tulane University, New Orleans. She has also completed an executive program at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business in Ann Arbor.

Ken Lackey has been chairman since 2005. He joined the company as executive vice president and chief financial officer in July 2001 and was elected president and chief operating officer in November of that year. The following April, he was appointed president and CEO of NORDAM, serving in that capacity until 2011.

Prior to joining NORDAM, Lackey served as president of The University of Oklahoma-Tulsa and senior vice president of the OU System from July 1999 to July 2001 and was a member of Governor Frank Keating's administration, serving as his chief of staff from February 1997 to July 1999.  From 1995 to 1997, he served as the Oklahoma Cabinet secretary of health and human services. Before his service in state government, Lackey held the position of president of Flint Industries, a privately-owned, international company with interests in oil and gas services, manufacturing and commercial construction. Earlier, he held management positions with Skelly Oil (NYSE) and Kin-Ark Corporation (ASE). He serves as a director and chairman of the compensation committee for Matrix Services Company (NASD), an advisory director for Commerce Bankshares, a director of the Community Hospitals Authority, a director of the Tulsa Community College Foundation, and as a director and member of the audit committee for AAON, Inc. (NASD)

He is a past chairman of the Metropolitan Tulsa Chamber of Commerce. A graduate of the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Science in mathematics, Lackey earned his Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin. He served in the U.S. Army as an artillery officer from 1967-1969.

Lackey is married and has one daughter.

Meredith Siegfried Madden was appointed chief operating officer of NORDAM, one of the world’s largest independently owned aerospace companies, in July of 2011. 

Prior to that, she was chief operating officer, then president, responsible for all repair and manufacturing operations in the United States, Europe and Asia. 

Earlier, she was vice president of NORDAM’s Repair Group; vice president of Global Sales and Marketing; and vice president of NORDAM International. 

Since joining the company in 1999, she has been based in Tulsa, Okla. and has spent considerable time at NORDAM’s facilities in the United Kingdom and Singapore.

Siegfried has played a key role in transforming NORDAM into the global aerospace entity that it is today. 

Before her tenure with NORDAM, she was a senior consultant on mergers and acquisitions, corporate recovery services and financial advisory with Arthur Andersen’s Global Corporate Finance Group.

Board Memberships




United Way – Tulsa Area 2014 Campaign, Team Leader for Aerospace, Manufacturing, Hospitality, Port and Transportation Divisions

Master of Business Administration - University of Chicago

Erickson Air-Crane, Inc. (NASDAQ: EAC)

Tulsa Charity Flight Night

Business Administration degree in Finance - Notre Dame

SkyWest, Inc. (NASDAQ: SKYW)

Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO)

Aspen Institute, Henry Crown Fellowship, 2011-2013

Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum

Okla. Governor’s Delegation to China (2004)


Aerospace Industries Association


Tulsa Community Foundation Board of Trustees


Tulsa Airport Authority Board of Trustees (8 years past board member, five years as chairman)


World Travel Services, LLC




William L. Peacher is a past CEO, senior vice president and chief operating officer of NORDAM’s Repair Group and was formerly NORDAM’s CFO. 

Prior to joining the company full time in June 2002, Peacher was a financial advisor and consultant to NORDAM for 14 years and, during that time, operated his own investment banking firm. Earlier business experience includes the position of vice president and manager of corporate finance for Llama Company in Fayetteville, Arkansas; executive vice president, CFO and director of Skye Resources Ltd; assistant treasurer of Skelly Oil Company and treasurer of Skelly Pipeline Company. 

Peacher currently serves on the Board of Directors for Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) and U.S. Payments, LLC. He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics. Peacher also holds a Master of Business Administration from the Harvard Business School, Boston.

David M. Brantner most recently served as vice president of customer, strategy and growth for United Technology Corporation’s UTC Aerospace Systems, and prior to that was president of GKN Aerospace.

His earlier career included more than 20 years with Pratt & Whitney, progressing through positions of increasing authority. Notably, Brantner was vice president of group strategy and development there, and later was vice president of strategic sourcing and contracts. In May 2013, he became president of Pratt & Whitney’s $7 billion commercial engines unit, developing and certifying new engine programs and leading program management, sales and marketing.

Brantner is a graduate of General Electric’s financial management program, as well as UTC’s Darden and Carnegie Mellon business programs. He holds a master’s from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, and a bachelor’s in business administration from Northeastern University in Boston.

Orlando P. Carvalho is a retired corporate officer of the Lockheed Martin Corporation and retired executive vice president of its aeronautics business area, a 24,000-employee enterprise generating over $20 Billion dollars in annual revenue.

In his 38 years with Lockheed Martin, Carvalho has held several integral leadership positions, including executive vice president and general manager of the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter program. In this role, he led the system development and demonstration program, aircraft production, flight testing and global sustainment of the three F-35 variants for the United States, eight partner countries and three foreign military sales customers.

Previously, he served as vice president and deputy for the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter program; President of Lockheed Martin Mission Systems & Sensors; and general manager and vice president of surface-sea based ballistic missile defense systems. Carvalho is credited with securing and managing the Spanish Navy’s F-100 Combat System program – Lockheed Martin’s first significant entry into the European naval combat system market.

Carvalho presently serves as an elected independent director on the Board of Mercury Systems, a leading technology company serving the aerospace and defense industry. He also serves as chair of the board of advisors to the dean for the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business. He is an associate fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and was named executive of the year by the National Management Association in 2015.

Carvalho holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Maryland at College Park, and a Bachelor of Science in mathematics from Fairfield University in Connecticut.

In June of 2015, Joe Lombardo retired from his position as executive vice president of the General Dynamics aerospace group, which includes Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation and Jet Aviation.

He has led an eventful, nearly 40-year career in aerospace that began at Douglas Aircraft in 1975 and which has spanned leadership roles in production and material control, planning and manufacturing. In 1996, Lombardo joined Gulfstream as vice president of co-production, where he was involved in the successful ramp-up and dual production of the Gulfstream IV-SP and Gulfstream V. He later was named the company’s chief operating officer, with responsibility for the cost, quality and schedule of manufactured products. From 2007 until 2011 he served as president of Gulfstream.

Notably, in 2012 he was awarded the Cliff Henderson Trophy by the National Aeronautic Association for making a significant and lasting contribution to the promotion and advancement of aviation and aerospace in the United States.

A past member of several non-profit boards, including Corporate Angel Network, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association and the National Aeronautic Association, he also served as chairman of the board of governors for the Ocean Exchange. In retirement he serves as a member of the board for the Fred and Susan Breidenbach Scholarship Program, as well as a volunteer in a number of activities at his church.

In 1984, Lombardo received a master's degree in business administration from California State University Long Beach. He earned a bachelor's degree in sociology from San Diego State University in 1971, followed by four years as a volunteer with the Peace Corps.

Kiran Nandi is a senior associate with the Carlyle Credit Opportunities Fund, focusing on structured equity and special situations investment opportunities. He is based in New York.

Prior to joining Carlyle, he was an associate at Ares Management for two years where he focused on special situations. He started his career in the financial restructuring group at Houlihan Lokey.

In addition to the NORDAM board, Nandi serves on the board of Guitar Center. He holds a Bachelor of Science in finance and economics from New York University.

John Pavelski is a managing director and co-head of North America for the Carlyle Credit Opportunities Fund, focusing on structured equity and special situations investment opportunities. He is based in New York.

Previously, Pavelski was a managing partner and head of global private credit at Brookfield Asset Management, where he led the private credit and special situation investing efforts. He founded the corporate private credit business and also oversaw the Indian Credit and Homebuilder Finance platforms. Prior to Brookfield, he worked at American Securities and focused on control and non-control opportunistic credit investments, and at Silver Point Capital, focusing on private credit and distressed opportunities.

Pavelski began his investing career as an analyst at Goldman Sachs and a senior analyst in the private equity group of The Blackstone Group. He serves on the following boards in addition to NORDAM: Guitar Center, SBP Holdings, Fitness International, and AFG Holdings.

He earned an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Arts from Amherst College in Massachusetts, where he graduated magna cum laude with distinction.

Milann H. Siegfried is a registered nurse and community volunteer. She has served on or headed boards of a number of institutions, including the Tulsa Philharmonic, Tulsa Opera, Foundation for Excellence, and the American Academy of Physician and Patient.

Milann was the first female chairman of the board of Cascia Hall Preparatory School and St. John Medical Center. She has served on the National Committee for the Performing Arts, State Arts Council, Philbrook Art Museum, and was president and chairman of Gilcrease Museum. She was a trustee of the University of Portland (Oregon) and a trustee of the University of Tulsa. Milann was a member of the National Review Board, appointed by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. She is the chairman of St. John Medical Center, a trustee of Eisenhower Medical Center - California, Footsteps Committee for the Order of Holy Cross Priests, the Papal Foundation, the ALS Advisory Committee of the Judith, and Jean Pape Adams Charitable Foundation.

Milann Siegfried is the widow of NORDAM's founder, the late Ray Siegfried.