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NELOGIS is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business that provides training, logistics and supply chain solutions to the U.S. Government and its partners worldwide. NELOGIS is headquartered in Durham, New Hampshire with offices in Washington D.C. and Dubai.
Using cutting-edge technology and industry specialists, with marked years of military experience, NELOGIS ensures water purification systems, and sophisticated water filtration processes, sustainable energy solutions, and infrastructure development to support the most complex environments.
By Land, Ocean, and Air,
We Provide the Route to Your
To provide performance-driven success, ensuring mission-readiness.
To expand our operational capabilities globally, providing a benefit to our customers and team members by offering enhanced solutions to meet their expanding requirements.Who We Are
There are many tenants of being a successful leader; trust, respect for every person, and a firm, consistent discipline to keep learning. These values are vitally important to the work Nelogis does to improve the livelihood and safety of people all over the world.
What makes NELOGIS so impactful is the dedication of our team. I am proud of their commitment, honesty, and work ethic throughout every mission, leading the industry into the future. We are not intimidated by adversity but strengthened by the positive impact we make.
Raymond L. Rodon
NELOGIS’ Founder and CEO, Colonel Raymond L. Rodon (USA, Retired) COL Rodon retired from an illustrious military career, commanding the 260th Quartermaster Battalion, the 23rd Quartermaster Brigade, as well as serving as Director of the DoD Disposal Policy for the Defense Logistics Agency. COL Rodon’s career in the industrial sector has been highlighted by his role as Executive Vice President of Operations at Safe Ports Inc. He served as Deputy Director of DLA Energy where he was instrumental in developing and administering critical petroleum requirements throughout the Department of Defense.
His extensive successes and experience as a military commander, a Fortune 500 executive, and trusted subject matter expert in logistics are at the heart of NELOGIS.
COL Rodon graduated from Kent State University with a degree in Botany and received a master’s degree in Administration from Central Michigan University.
Ms. Martha Caswell’s experience in the educational assessment field, gave her advanced skills and knowledge relevant to NELOGIS’ mission. She was the Director, Personal Property Management Policy Division, at the GSA in Washington, D.C. Her responsibilities included the promulgation of government-wide policy for the disposition of Federal personal property, including statutory amendments, regulation, and guidelines. Ms. Caswell chaired the Interagency Strategic Planning Panel, composed of senior-ranking military and civilian managers seeking 21st century solutions to the problems of 20th century Federal Property disposal. She engaged in regular communication to negotiate the competing interests and differing perspectives of federal agency, Department of Defense, and State agency property disposal managers.
Ms. Martha Caswell has been with NELOGIS since its inception and leads the efforts of Corporate governance, including the processes through which the business objectives of NELOGIS are set and pursued in the context of the social, regulatory, and market environment. These include monitoring the actions, policies, practices, and decisions of NELOGIS, their agents, and affected stakeholders.
Ms. Caswell holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in Educational Psychology and a minor in Measurement and Statistics from Michigan State University.
Mr. Michael Rodon began his career in the financial industry in New York City, working in retail brokerage, mergers and acquisitions, and alternative financing transactions. He supported negotiations, pricing structuring transactions and preparing business and acquisition proposals for clients primarily in the Energy Sector. In 2003, Michael began working directly in the oil and gas industry in positions of project management supporting upstream capital projects for companies including KBR, Chevron, Saudi Aramco, and the Chevron/Exxon Mobil Joint Venture. Michael’s international experience includes award winning and mega projects in Iraq, Kuwait, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Angola, Canada and Kazakhstan.
At NELOGIS, Mr. Rodon is applying his 20 years of project management experience in project management, finance, and the Oil and Gas industry by providing leadership within corporate business operations. He will manage groups including Procurement, Quality, Human Resources, Accounting and Finance, and Safety. He assists business development for government and commercial opportunities.
Mr. Rodon holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, from Radford University.
Mr. Tom Shortley is an accomplished executive and adaptive change leader with 25 years of public and commercial sector experience developing and executing International Development and Government Service programs across Africa.
For NELOGIS, he serves as the U.S. Department of State Africa Peacekeeping (AFRICAP) Program Manager. Prior to working with the commercial sector, Mr. Shortley served more than 12 years with the United Nations at the headquarters and at the field levels. Among other senior leadership positions, he served as Head of Program for the Sudan and the Mozambique Missions and as U.S. Capitol Hill Liaison. Tom previously served as a member on the Board of Directors for the International Stability Operations Association (ISOA) and on the United Nations World Food Programme Alumni Network Steering Committee.
Mr. Shortley holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland. He has completed executive management certificates as well; one in an AMA Certificate program in Management at John Cabot University and one in an Advanced Program in Logistics and Technology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Mr. Lambert retired from a distinguished military career in the U.S. Army that included service as the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command’s (RDECOM); Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate (NVESD); Cavalry Squadron First Sergeant in the 10th Mountain Division; and Senior Military Science Instructor at the University of New Hampshire. He completed multiple combat and operational deployments to countries including Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovo, South Korea, and Hungary.
Mr. Lambert is well versed in intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR), operational planning, training management, sustainment and logistical operations, and resource management. He solves complex problems at NELOGIS to improve efficiency and provide innovative solutions in the demanding business environment. He uses his leadership skills to further business development and also maintains the risk management processes.
Mr. Lambert holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, Finance Option, from the University of New Hampshire and is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma.