“I am pleased and honored to welcome Lt. General Scott C. Black
(retired) to the Leonie Board of Managers as my Voting Trustee. Lt.
General Black will be exclusively representing my voting interests on
the Leonie Industries Board effective immediately. I believe that Lt.
General Black’s extensive military experience and professional
accomplishments will serve the company well.” – Camille Chidiac

ARLINGTON, Va. — Leonie Industries, a U.S. government services
provider specializing in communications and cultural advisory work,
today announced that Lt. Gen. Scott Black (U.S. Army, Retired) has
joined its Board of Directors.

“Leonie is honored to welcome Gen. Black as a member of its Board of
Directors,” said Leonie President Ed Negrelli. “Gen. Black’s
distinguished experience in the Army and business community will serve
as an invaluable asset to the company and its continued growth moving

Lt. Gen. Scott Black commented, “I am very grateful to be given the
opportunity to join the Leonie Board of Directors. The Leonie Team has
been a key contributor to our Nation’s success in overseas contingency
operations, and is poised to continue that success in an evolving
market space. I look forward to working closely with the Directors and
Company leadership to ensure that success.”

Lt. Gen. Scott C. Black (U.S. Army, Retired) is currently Chief
Executive Officer, MagPly, Inc. Previously, as Vice President and
General Manager with BAE Systems, Inc., he led the company’s global
mission solutions business unit. General Black served as the Judge
Advocate General of the Army from 2005 to 2009, supervising the
worldwide delivery of full-spectrum legal services in support of 1.2
million Soldiers and recruiting, training and leading 10,000 attorneys
and paralegals in 650 offices in 19 countries. His awards include the
Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit with Oak Leaf Cluster,
Meritorious Service Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters, Army
Commendation Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster and the Army Achievement
Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster. He is also entitled to wear the
Parachutist Badge, the Ranger Tab and the Army Staff Identification

General Black is a graduate of California Polytechnic State
University; and holds an M.S. from the National Defense University as
well as a J.D. from the California Western School of Law in San Diego.

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