Vincent CoglianeseBoard of Directors

Vincent Coglianese began serving on the 11th Hour Service Board of Directors in 2019 after 37 years as a United States Marine. He commanded at all levels including five combat tours and culminating as the Commanding General of Marine Corps Installations Command (MCICOM) overseeing 24 bases and installations worldwide. Mr. Coglianese’s position on the 11th Hour Service Board of Directors focuses on Department of Defense mission support, providing for the warfighter in all manners of operations and readiness, including supply chain and infrastructure recapitalization.

Mr. Coglianese is a retired Major General with extensive global experience across logistics and supply chain, global security operations, and infrastructure management. His career has been marked by orchestrating successful large-scale transformations in organizations with as many as 33,000 personnel. In 2015, he led logistics policy for the Marine Corps at the Pentagon and positioned the Corps as the Department of Defense’s leader in logistics audit readiness.

Throughout his career, he has led both small and large organizations to accomplish missions in environments ranging from stable to hostile. With diverse operational experiences spanning logistics, special operations, interagency initiatives, and coalitions supporting anti-terrorism and global security, he has established operational excellence at every level. Mr. Coglianese is an Executive Consultant focused on logistics and infrastructure. He has a proven record of transforming organizations, people and processes to maximize results.

Mr. Coglianese’s credentials include a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the United States Naval War College and a Bachelor of Arts in Social Public Environmental Affairs from Indiana University. He attended Penn State University as the Senior Marine Fellow in the Supply Chain and Information Systems Program.

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