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Chief Executive Officer

Mr. David Cooper is the Chief Executive Officer of Anglicotech LLC, a Veteran Owned Small Business that specializes in knowledge management and systems integration.  David was born in Stone Mountain, Georgia and received a Bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from the Georgia Institute of Technology.  He went on to earn a Master’s in Information Technology Management from the Naval Postgraduate School.
Prior to establishing his own business, David spent over five years on the Government acquisition team for Global Combat Support System – Marine Corps (GCSS-MC).  This Oracle based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is modernizing the Marine Corps’ supply chain and maintenance processes.  While at GCSS-MC, David served in several roles to include the technical director, assistant project manager, and project manager.
Mr. Cooper served for over twelve years on active duty in the Marine Corps as an Infantry Officer, and four years in the reserve.  His assignments included the 2d Air and Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, Joint Task Force-Six, and 1st Battalion, 8th Marines.  David served a combat tour in Iraq in 2003 where he was attached to the Army’s 3rd Infantry Division as a close air support coordinator.



Director of Internal Business Operations

Ms. Bernadette C. Cullen is the Director of Internal Business Operations for Anglicotech, LLC.  An accomplished professional, Ms. Cullen joins the Anglicotech team with a strong educational and experiential background in a diverse range of businesses and industries, including government, education, non-profit, and the service sector.

Prior to her current position, Ms. Cullen has held Program Management and leadership roles in various organizations, including the American Lung Association of Pennsylvania, Baltimore Area Boy Scouts of America, the School District of Lancaster (Pennsylvania), and the County of Lancaster.  She has also served as a logistics and transportation consultant for clients such as the National Football League (NFL) at large-scale events including SuperBowl XLIV, XLV and XLVI; NFL ProBowl, and the World Equestrian Games.   An avid traveler, Ms. Cullen has lived and worked in numerous countries around the world; including time spent in Tanzania to assist HIV-positive widows create an income stream through Small Business Development and microfinance.  

 A native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Ms. Cullen earned her B.A. from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County where she was a double major in Political Science and Sociology.  During her tenure, Ms. Cullen was recognized as a Sondheim Public Affairs Scholar in addition to being captain of her collegiate field hockey team and a four-time selection to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I All-Academic Team.  Ms. Cullen also holds a M.B.A. from Millersville University of Pennsylvania and a M.S. in International Development from Tulane University.


Practice Director, Technology Transfer Division

Colonel Thomas Keating, USMC (Ret.) is the Practice Director for the Technology Transfer Division at Anglicotech, LLC. Prior to joining the AT team, Mr. Keating has shown over 30 years of leadership and award-winning performance in must-produce, high stress environments supporting US National goals and objectives. A combat proven Marine, Col. Keating not only planned and executed sustainment of coalition forces in Al Anbar Iraq, but also implemented economic development programs and strategy to support international goals of stability in Iraq. An innovator with an eclectic skill set and knowledge across the Department of Navy and Joint Coalition environments, other career highlights for Col. Keating include serving as Principle Logistics staff officer at Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) level and leading Headquarters Marine Corps Logistics Enterprise Modernization efforts across policy, compliance, best business practice and Information Technology. Mr. Keating also has vast experience throughout the service spectrum from serving as Infantry Officer, MEF Chief of Staff for Logistics, Director of Logistics Vision and Strategy at Headquarters and Chief of Staff/Deputy Commander for the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab and Science and Technology efforts.

A New York native, Mr. Keating received his BA in Political Science and Finance from Long Island University, and holds numerous certifications including Executive certification in Logistics Information Technology from the University of North Carolina. He has also held the Godfrey Logistics Chair at Marine Corps University as well as serving as a member of Marine Corps Gazette Editorial Board. In his limited free time, Tom is an active player with the Northern Virginia Masters Lacrosse League in addition to holding a Brown Belt in Judo.


Director of Security

Mr. Joseph Benson is Director of Security for Anglicotech LLC.  Joseph was born in Wilmington, Delaware and received a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems Management from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.  He went on to earn a Master’s in Information Technology Management from the Naval Postgraduate School.

Prior to joining the Anglicotech team, Joseph spent over three years on the Government acquisition team for Global Combat Support System – Marine Corps (GCSS-MC).  This Oracle based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is modernizing the Marine Corps’ supply chain and maintenance processes.  While at GCSS-MC, Joseph served as the Deputy Test and Evaluation Manager.

Mr. Benson served for twenty years on active duty in the Marine Corps as an Enlisted Infantry Marine and Communications Officer.  His assignments included Marine Corps Security Forces Company Panama, 1st Battalion, 8th Marines, 3rd Battalion, 8th Marines, 4th Marine Expeditionary Brigade (Anti-Terrorism), and the Second Marine Expeditionary Brigade’s Special Operations Training Group.  Joseph served a combat tour in Haiti in 2004 in support of Operation Secure Tomorrow where he was attached to Combined Joint Task Force Haiti as a Battalion Communications Officer.  He also served a combat tour in Iraq in 2005 where he was attached to the Second Marine Division G-6.


Director of Department of Defense Programs

Mr. Michael Prouty is Director of Department of Defense Programs for Anglicotech LLC. He is a native of Hartford City Indiana. He attended Purdue University attaining his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Management from National University.

Prior to joining the Anglicotech team Michael spent twenty years in the United States Marine Corps as a Supply and Logistics Officer. He finished his career with the Corps serving with the Field Supply and Maintenance Analysis Office West (FSMAO-W) where he led 28 teams that implemented Global Combat Support System Marine Corps (GCSS-MC) for all Marine Corps units west of the Mississippi River. This included installing the system and loading 3.8 Trillion dollars in assets as well as conducting classroom and hands on training for over 9,000 Marines.

 Michael served in a variety of leadership and logistics billets throughout the Corps. These include tours with 4th Marine Regiment, HQ Battalion 3rd Marine Division, H&S Battalion and 3rd Recruit Training Battalion Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, 2nd Radio Battalion, H&S Bn 2nd Force Service Support Group, Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Maritime Prepositioning Force, 9th Marine Corps Recruiting District, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Maintenance Battalion and finally FSMAO-West.

Michael has led teams of twelve to 2,000 personnel providing logistics support to Marines, Sailors, Soldiers, and coalition forces. He has participated in exercises and operations throughout Asia and the Middle East to include three combat tours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.


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Supply Chain Management Subject Matter Expert

Colonel Doug Turlip, USMC (Ret.) is an APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) and PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) for Anglicotech LLC. He was born in Decatur, Illinois, and was raised in Joplin, Missouri and Phoenix, Arizona. He attended Rice University on an NROTC scholarship, earning his Bachelor’s degree in Managerial Studies/Political Science. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Supply Chain and Information Systems Management from Penn State University, and an MBA in Management/Accounting from Albany State University. He is a graduate of the Air War College, Naval War College, Marine Corps Command and Staff College, and Amphibious Warfare School.

Mr. Turlip is a career ground logistics officer with nearly 29 years of service. Doug’s last assignment prior to retirement was as the Force Chief of Staff for the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve in New Orleans, Louisiana. Prior to this, Mr. Turlip headed the Marine Corps' Logistics Vision and Strategy Branch at Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, where he managed the Marine Corps' logistics systems portfolio, with responsibilities for reviewing and validating emerging requirements for over 130 Marine Corps enterprise logistics information systems.  He led a complex modernization initiative to revitalize logistics systems, processes and organizations across the Marine Corps, improving logistics response time by nearly 70%, and led an effort that identified 40 logistics information systems as low value or redundant systems and orchestrated their retirement.  Additionally, he collaborated closely with the Acquisition Program Manager in developing the Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps (GCSS-MC), working to obtain funding and subject matter experts, while managing the requirements for this web-based Oracle e-business software solution that replaces several obsolete mainframe-based information systems.

In addition to the above, he completed command assignments with 1st and 4th Supply Battalions; staff assignments with III Marine Expeditionary Force; 1st Marine Division; Combat Service Support Group 12 (OIF-1); 1st Supply Battalion; 4th Battalion, 12th Marines; Brigade Service Support Group 1; and Marine Amphibious Unit Service Support Group 31. He also served as a senior analyst with Field Supply and Maintenance Analysis Office 2; an information systems project manager at the Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany; and a senior logistics advisor to the Royal Saudi Marines.