TrillaMed’s principal officers, managers and directors have strong backgrounds of leadership and operations in the U.S Military, including in Special Operations, as well as a high level of expertise in the medical industry and experience in logistics and business operations.
Frank Campanaro is Chief Executive Officer of TrillaMed, LLC. He is a former U.S. Army Airborne Ranger and a combat veteran.
Frank’s passion for excellence brings quality service to TrillaMed's clients and customers, both private and Federal. His advisors consist of retired Flag Officers and respected business leaders from key sectors of industry and commerce.
Frank is a successful builder of relationships and companies. TrillaMed benefits from his direction and commitment as well as the broad and deep institutional Government Contracting experience he has built into the fiber of TrillaMed.M
Frank is deeply involved in many Military charities and is a founding member of the Board of Directors of VetPower and also the Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund (FWSF).
Michael Kavanaugh, TrillaMed’s President, graduated with a business degree from St. Louis University, St Louis Missouri in 1971. After completing his first year of college he enlisted in the Army Airborne and served with the 173rd Airborne Brigade in Vietnam returning to the 101st Airborne Division. While serving with the 101st Airborne Division he attended Ranger School before his discharge as a Non Commissioned Officer.
After graduating from college he was recruited into capital medical sales by a leading medical company that manufactured diagnostic cardiac equipment. Michael has managed sales teams over the past 30 years for the most leading edge medical equipment companies in the United States.
Michael’s goal as President for TrillaMed is to increase the amount of superior medical products being used to provide patient care for all Veterans and current active duty members of the United States Military.
Martin Sudz, TrillaMed’s VP of Medical Operations, has 37 years experience in the medical, healthcare distribution, clinical and home healthcare field. Martin served as the Senior Vice-President Sales/Marketing and Customer Service for Corning Clinical Laboratories (at the time, the world's largest clinical laboratory), responsible for laboratory operations in Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana, 1,200 employees and $115 million in revenues.
Martin was also the President and Owner of MJS Healthcare Consulting where he was a consultant on health care and long-term care for the Teamsters, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan, Medicaid (including board member of their steering committee), and the City of Detroit. He has also been an AXA financial planner and long-term care agent as well the Trillacorpe Construction Executive Vice-President of Corporate Affairs.
Martin graduated from University of Michigan with honors.
Charles Sills, TrillaMed’s Vice President of Government Affairs, is responsible for developing and managing strategic partnerships and Federal Mentor-Protégé programs for TrillaMed, with national-scope firms in the medical/surgical equipment, general healthcare and supply chain/logistics sectors.
Mr. Sills is a member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Small Business Council; the Washington DC Chamber of Commerce’s Government Contracting Working Group; an observer to the White House sponsored Inter-Agency Task Force on Veterans Business Development; and serves as Acting Executive Director of VetPower (www.vetpower.org).
Mr. Sills has extensive experience planning and directing a wide range of industrial and infrastructure initiatives, having served as a member of the World Bank led Danube Basin Environmental Restoration Task Force, the Japan-U.S. Joint Fund for Social & Economic Development in Central/Eastern Europe, the Helsinki Commission, the Kaliningrad Defense Conversion Initiative, and the NGO Delegation on NAFTA. As a former Naval Intelligence Officer, he served in a succession of National Security positions in the Pentagon, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the U.S. Middle East Force Command, and the Supreme Allied Command, NATO/ Atlantic. Following his Naval service, Mr. Sills joined Martin Marietta Aerospace's International Division, where he wrote Martin's first Strategic Business Plan for Southern Europe, the Middle East & North Africa for its defense systems, civil air and renewable energy technologies; managed the export licensing programs for those products; and testified before Congressional committees on the need for pro-active U.S. Government support of advanced technology programs in the energy and aerospace fields.
His education includes an M.A. in Defense & Foreign Policy, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (Tufts and Harvard Universities); and an A.B., Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
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