CCAM appoints new president, executive director
- April 24, 2014
The Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing announced Thursday the name of its new president and executive director Joseph F. Moody will succeed Michael Beffel who has served as the organization’s interim president and executive director since 2013.
Moody has held top engineering and senior leadership positions in the automotive, oil and gas, and mining and exploration industries.
He received his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Kettering University and his MBA from the University of Michigan.
CCAM is an applied research center in Prince George County that provides advanced manufacturing solutions to member companies around the world. CCAM industry and government members include Canon Virginia Inc., Newport News Shipbuilding, Rolls-Royce and NASA Langley Research Center. Academic partners are the University of Virginia, Virginia State University, Virginia Tech and Old Dominion University.