Leadership starts with effective management and initiative.
John Carlyle is Armadyne's second CEO. Before assuming leadership in 2154, Carlyle served as its CTO for more than a century. His most notable contribution to Armadyne is the SABRE Cerebral Defense System, the software that powers the Elysium torus.
As CEO, Carlyle has helped to grow revenues 18% to over $18.5 quintillion Amero. Carlyle’s commitment to Armadyne is deep. To ensure Armadyne operations are well looked after, he chooses to make the 19-minute commute from Elysium to Earth every day. He is the first CEO in modern Armadyne history to make such a sacrifice.
He holds an MBA and two Ph.D.'s from Stanford University.
Mme. Moreault is a theoretical physicist born in Paris. She holds more patents than any other human and has championed many of Armadyne's most ambitious projects, including the use of applied matter transfer technologies.
Head of research & development
Mr. Dwende's first job at Armadyne was sweeping the floor of the Johannesburg robotics factory. His exceptional work ethic and record of efficiency was quickly rewarded. In 2150 he was promoted to CFO.
chief financial officer
Once China's Ambassador to Japan, Mr. Ma's fluency in diplomatic strategy has served Armadyne well. Mr. Ma spearheaded the development of bot technology to better equip the CCB's Elysium Citizenship Initiative and Parole Program.
head of corporate communications
Meet the Board of Directors
Mr. Singer is a military specialist with degrees from the former United States Military Academy at West Point. A veteran of several wars, his expertise in military technology is unequaled.
Mr. Wesley is a visionary in the field of bioengineering. His groundbreaking research was critical in the invention of the Med-Pod.
James Thomas Wesley
As the President of Elysium, Minister Patel adds an invaluable perspective to the Armadyne Board. Both his leadership and expertise have been instrumental in forwarding the development of new automated peacekeeping systems.