Margie Brunsell – Vice President & General Manager
As the Vice President & General Manager for Digitized Schematic Solutions LLC, Margie is responsible for senior management oversight of all DSS contracts. Margie assumed the role of Vice President & General Manager in July 2010, but Margie has been with DSS’ product group since 1996. Margie brings 15 years of experience in program and/or senior management oversight and defines resource allocations, corporate milestone schedules and monitors contract performance to ensure corporate and client objectives are met. She is also responsible for new business development and prepares all proposal responses. Margie oversees day-to-day operations, provides leadership for all the staff and is involved in all aspects of the development of DSS’s core products.
Margie has a Bachelors of Science Degree in Business Management from California State University, Northridge.
Robb Johnson – Program Manager
As a Program Manager, Robb is responsible for the management and execution of a number of DSS programs including all U.S. Marine Corps and Army programs. His strengths lie in his attention to detail, strong customer interface, the ability to organize and manage multiple projects at once and his capacity to successfully complete programs on schedule and within budget. Because of Robb’s extensive experience is in all aspects of the Digital Schematic Tool Processing, he is key in ensuring that all processes run smoothly during the development phase. Robb‘s extensive knowledge of electrical and fluid functions are key in understanding and meeting all program requirements. Robb also supports in proposal development and Marketing.
Marie Ravetta – U. S. Marine Corps Program Manager
As the U. S. Marine Corps Program Manager, Marie is responsible for the development and delivery of all USMC logistics products at DSS’s Warren, MI facility. In this role, Marie analyzes project scope documents and coordinates schedules, working closely with USMC contracting and project team members, equipment manufacturers, and vendors/subcontractors; plans internal resources and personnel; coaches USMC team members to help them succeed; leads the team of technical writers, trainers and training developers, provisioners, illustrators, editors, and production staff from start of work to final delivery; and also provides new business development support. She has completed many contracting, logistics, and maintenance management courses through Defense Acquisition University (DAU) and US Army Logistics University. With 25 years of progressively responsible management experience with US Army and USMC logistics, she has a solid understanding of the relationship between supply, maintenance, and engineering – essential for achievement of program objectives.