JP Nauseef, vice president of the Dayton Development Coalition, presented the award to Greenwood on September 4th during the chapter's annual Wright Brothers Heritage Benefit.
is a true friend of this community who advocates the recognition of Wright-Patterson as a critically important center of aerospace science, technology, acquisition, and sustainment excellence for the United States Air Force
and national defense," said Nauseef
during the award presentation.
There are now more than 800 IT companies and 21,000 employees in the region," Nauseef
Greenwood's career leadership in strengthening relationships between business management and information technology also led to his
interest in data warehousing and the realization that NCR's
Teradata software had been deemed preeminent in On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP) by the Gartner Group
encouraged senior Air Force leaders to observe Wal-Mart's application of Teradata and data mining to its world-class operations.
said. Greenwood's Air Force
, business, and community leadership has resulted in enormous favorable economic impact upon the greater Dayton region and Ohio."He's
been critically important to IT's enablement of Air Force and DOD
research, acquisition, and sustainment capabilities," said Nauseef