29 August 2017
Lieutenant General (Retired) Stephen Lanza announced to join Geneva’s Board of Directors
Geneva is honored to welcome Lieutenant General (Retired) Stephen Lanza to its Board of Directors. Lieutenant General Lanza recently retired as U.S. Army Commanding General and Senior Mission Commander for Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) in Tacoma, Washington. As the Senior Army Commander of JBLM, Lieutenant General Lanza led the nation’s most important joint power projection platform in the West Coast, providing superior leadership to fourteen major subordinate commands and seven directorates and orchestrating their efforts to train, equip, and care for over 155,000 service members and civilians across the Armed Forces.
Lieutenant General Lanza joins Geneva with over twenty years of senior executive experience in military and interagency processes; including outstanding accomplishments in operations management, team building, strategic communications, resource management, leading change, and talent management.
“We are all looking forward to working with Lieutenant General Lanza –his extensive experience in directing local and global military operations will be integral to Geneva’s mission of advancing military medicine worldwide,” said Jane Taylor, Geneva’s Founder and Chief Strategy Officer.
View The Geneva Foundation’s full list of Board of Directors and their biographies here.
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