William Mortensen

William E. Mortensen

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at MORTENSEN AND ASSOCIATES, LLC

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Location:
7459 DARNOCH WAY, West Hills, California, United States

General Information

Education

Masters  - Business Administration , Boston University

Affiliations

Executive Fellow  - Institute for Defense & Business

Recent News  

The Institute for Defense and Business (IDB) is pleased to announce the appointment of Lieutenant General William E. Mortensen, USA (Ret.), Chairman and CEO, Mortensen and Associates, LLC, along with Mr. Rye Barcott, a commercial associate at Duke Energy and cofounder of Carolina for Kibera, Inc., to the company's Board of Directors.
"The extensive leadership experience of General Mortensen, coupled with his in-depth logistics expertise gained through over three decades of service to our country will prove invaluable to the Board and the IDB in all its undertakings," said Chairman of the IDB Board of Directors and former North Carolina Governor James G. Martin. About Lieutenant General William E. Mortensen, USA (Ret.): Lieutenant General Mortensen held many and varied multi-functional logistics assignments and key strategic positions throughout the U.S. Army and in combatant commands. He acquired a vast array of on-the-ground logistics and leadership experience, serving in peace and war in the USA, Germany, Bosnia and Iraq. General Mortensen culminated his 35 years in the service as the U.S. Army Materiel Command's Deputy Commanding General at Fort Belvoir, VA. where he met all the Army's logistics, acquisition and technology support and materiel demands until his retirement in August 2008. He resides in Southport, NC and is the Chairman & CEO of Mortensen and Associates, LLC, a consulting firm. General Mortensen is also an IDB Executive Fellow Emeritus and served in the Class of 2009-2010. He holds a Masters in Business Administration from Boston University and also graduated from the Army War College in Carlisle, PA. Mortensen holds a BS in Finance from Montana State University.

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C., -- The Institute for Defense and Business (IDB) is pleased to announce the appointment of Lieutenant General William E. Mortensen, USA (Ret.), Chairman and CEO, Mortensen and Associates, LLC, along with Mr. Rye Barcott, a commercial associate at Duke Energy and cofounder of Carolina for Kibera, Inc., to the company's Board of Directors.
"The extensive leadership experience of General Mortensen, coupled with his in-depth logistics expertise gained through over three decades of service to our country will prove invaluable to the Board and the IDB in all its undertakings," said Chairman of the IDB Board of Directors and former North Carolina Governor James G. Martin. About Lieutenant General William E. Mortensen, USA (Ret.): Lieutenant General Mortensen held many and varied multi-functional logistics assignments and key strategic positions throughout the U.S. Army and in combatant commands. He acquired a vast array of on-the-ground logistics and leadership experience, serving in peace and war in the USA, Germany, Bosniaand Iraq. General Mortensen culminated his 35 years in the service as the U.S. Army Materiel Command's Deputy Commanding General at Fort Belvoir, VA. where he met all the Army's logistics, acquisition and technology support and materiel demands until his retirement in August 2008. He resides in Southport, NC and is the Chairman & CEO of Mortensen and Associates, LLC, a consulting firm. General Mortensen is also an IDB Executive Fellow Emeritus and served in the Class of 2009-2010. He holds a Masters in Business Administration from Boston University and also graduated from the Army War College in Carlisle, PA. Mortensen holds a BS in Finance from Montana State University.

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Mortensen has acquired an array of on-the-ground logistics experience and knowledge throughout his career, culminating his 35-year Army career as the U.S. Army Materiel Command's Deputy Commanding General at Fort Belvoir, VA where he provided logistics, acquisition and technology support and materiel to our Army's great soldiers from 2005 until he retired in August 2008.

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