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ProSidian Consulting Announces 2013 Advisory Board Members located in Charlotte - NC
Charlotte, North Carolina –Major General Cornell A. Wilson, Jr. (Marine Corps Ret.) joins ProSidian Consulting Advisory Board. www.ProSidian.com
ProSidian Consulting, LLC (ProSidian) is a management and operations consulting firm with a reputation for its strong national practice spanning six solution areas including Risk Management, Energy & Sustainability, Compliance, Business Process, IT Effectiveness, and Talent Management.
The announcement was made by Adrian Woolcock (Managing Principal). ProSidian’
The Advisory Board Members were chosen to reinforce a firm focus on opportunities in the South West, South East, and Mid Atlantic Areas of the United States. The members of ProSidian Consulting’s Board of Advisors are:
- Colonel (Ret.) Richard Leibert [Houston, TX]
- Ambassador John Hicks, Sr. [Atlanta, GA]
- T.J. Eberle [Charlotte, NC]
- Major General (Ret.) Cornell Wilson [Charlotte, NC]
- Patrick Diamond [Charlotte, NC]
- Theron Simpson [Fort Mill, SC]
- Nina Shor Esq. [Charlotte, NC]
Our Board of Advisors will be a compelling differentiator to customers, partners, acquisition candidates, and prospective employees.
PROSIDIAN CONSULTING’S ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER BIO:
Major General (ret.) Cornell Wilson, Jr. has provided diverse leadership, management, planning and training experience in the Marine Corps’ most challenging positions. With over thirty-seven years of proven abilities in leadership, team building and innovative problem solving, Maj. Gen. Wilson is able to bring rare insights and perspectives to clients and projects.
Major General Cornell A. Wilson, Jr. is a retired United States Marine Corps Officer with 37 years of service. His military commands include The 25th Marine Regiment, 4th Marine Logistics Group, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces South in Miami, Fl., The Deputy Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command in Norfolk, Va. and The Reserve Affairs Division
He possesses adaptable interpersonal skills and proven strategic planning abilities along with broad executive experience in complex and demanding assignments, complemented by advanced training in executive level national security, business and international relations. Gen. Wilson holds Top Secret clearance.
Major General Cornell A. Wilson, Jr. served as Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces South Deputy Commander, and U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command. Major General Wilson’s last assignment was as the Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces South in Miami, Fl., and the Deputy Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command in Norfolk, Va., before retiring in 2010.
Major General Cornell A. Wilson, Jr. also served as Director, Reserve Affairs Division, Manpower & Reserve Affairs, Headquarters, United States Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia. Wilson attended the University of South Carolina on an NROTC Scholarship and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry in 1972. He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant and assigned to The Basic School at Quantico, Virginia after graduation.
Upon completion of The Basic School and Armor Officer Basic in 1973, Wilson reported to 1st Marine Division, where he served as a Tank Platoon Commander, Company Executive Officer, Battalion Assistant Operations Officer and Tank Company Commander, 1st Tank Battalion.
In 1976, he was assigned to the USS Inchon as the Combat Cargo Officer at Norfolk, Virginia and transferred to Quantico, Virginia in 1978 where he served as an Advanced Tactics Instructor at The Basic School. He was selected to attend Amphibious Warfare School in 1979 and following its completion in 1980, reported to 2nd Marine Division. Assigned to the 2nd Tank Battalion, he commanded H&S Company and served on the Battalion S-4 staff as Maintenance Management Officer before leaving the active component in 1982.
As a Reserve officer, he served on the Maintenance Battalion staff in Charlotte, N.C. before taking command of the Communications Company in Greensboro, N.C. in 1985. In 1987 he transferred to the H&S Battalion staff in Marietta, Ga. and served as the Battalion's Operations Officer and Executive Officer before assuming command of the Battalion in 1990.
In 1993 he became the Executive Officer for the 25th Marine Regiment in Worcester, Massachusetts. Upon completing his tour with the 25th Marine Regiment, he served as the Depot Inspector for MCRD Parris Island, South Carolina in 1995 and served as the II MACE G-4 before taking command of 4th Supply Battalion in Newport News, Virginia in 1997. During his tour, he was selected for Brigadier General in 1999.
His first assignment as a General Officer was as the Deputy Commander for MARCENT at U.S. Central Command, Tampa, Florida. Following this tour, he was assigned as the Commanding General, 4th FSSG in New Orleans, La. In August 2002, he assumed command of the Augmentation Command Element of the Second Marine Expeditionary Force. He was selected for Major General in 2002.
In support of Operation Enduring Freedom, he was activated as the Deputy J-3 for Central Command in Tampa, Florida, from September to December 2002. From February through May 2003, he commanded the Combined Joint Task Force Consequence Management (C/JTF-CM), headquartered in Camp Doha, Kuwait, and supported Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. On July 9, 2004, he assumed command of 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, Camp LeJeune, N.C., where he served as the MEB commander, Commanding General for II MACE and the Deputy Commander for II MEF.
In July 2005, he was assigned as the Director, Reserve Affairs Division, Manpower & Reserve Affairs at Headquarters Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia. In July 2007, Major General Wilson was assigned as Commanding General for U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Europe and U.S. Marine Corps Forces Africa in Stuttgart, Germany. He assumed his duties as Deputy Commander for U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command in October 2008, and as Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces South in October 2009.
Major General Wilson's professional military education includes the Harvard University Program for Senior Executives in National and International Security, Marshall Center Senior Executive Seminar, NATO Defense College General and Flag Officer Course, Senior Information Warfare Application Course, Logtech Executive Course, Revolution in Business Practices, National Defense University's Capstone Course, Naval War College's Strategy and Policy Course, and Amphibious Warfare School.