Chief Executive Officer
Christopher Celtruda has been the Chief Executive Officer and a Member of the Board of Directors for Kellstrom Defense since 2013. He is responsible for the P&L and strategy for a portfolio of defense aftermarket businesses that includes Kellstrom Defense Aerospace, Inc., Kellstrom Repair Services, Inc., Merex Aircraft Company, Inc., and Alco Services, Inc.
Chairman of the Board
Bradley Morton has spent over thirty years in the aerospace market vertical in executive management positions for both public and private corporations. He is an accomplished leader with strong strategic and operational expertise for defense companies offering complex solutions.
Managing Partner, Dubin Clark
Mr. Carraciolo has spent over twenty-five years investing in, and working with, mid-sized businesses. He has successfully consummated more than forty middle-market transactions with an aggregate value of more than $1 billion.
VP, Global Bus. Dev., Charleston Regional Development Alliance
A retired Brigadier General, General Taylor has more than thirty years of experience managing teams and strategic initiatives in both the public and private sectors. He is an accomplished professional in global aerospace logistics and has deep experience in leadership and organizational development.
Vice President, PNC Mezzanine Capital
Mr. Codol joined PNC Mezzanine Capital in July 2007. Previously, he was an Analyst for The Sterling Group, L.P., where he evaluated and executed leveraged buyout investments in industrial companies. Prior to joining Sterling, Mr. Codol was an Associate Consultant for L.E.K. Consulting LLC where he provided strategic, financial, and operational advisory services to a broad range of clients.
Partner, PNC Mezzanine Capital
Mr. Walsh joined PNC Mezzanine Capital in 1995, after serving as a financial analyst with Brentwood Associates, a venture capital and leveraged buyout firm. Prior to Brentwood Associates, he was a financial analyst in the merchant banking division of Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc. During business school, Preston was an associate at TCW/Crescent Capital Corporation, an investment firm focused on below investment-grade and mezzanine securities.