united states coast guard

R 14 JUN 18

ALCGOFF 048/18
A. PY19 Schedule of Officer Personnel Boards and Panels,
1. As noted in Ref A, SEFP Phase I will be conducted 10-12 
July 2018 to screen eligible candidates for selection to 
the Secretary Of Defense - Corporate Fellows Program 
(SDCFP) and the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) 
2. These programs offer exceptional experience that will 
serve officers well in the most challenging segments of the 
Coast Guard. Follow-on assignments for participants will be 
at the discretion of the Vice Commandant but will likely 
target positions such as Area/District Chief of Staff, 
principal deputy or similar positions that will posture the 
member for strong Flag consideration. Amplifying program 
info is provided below. 
    A. SDCFP: Washington, DC. A senior-service level 
program where attendees are exposed to the latest trends in 
Corporate America relating to change management, adaptive 
and collaborative structures, knowledge management, the 
virtual workplace, and how to leverage the best of new 
technologies and human intellect. SDCFP officers are 
exposed to leading edge businesses reshaping organizational 
structures and methods of operations to provide innovative 
and competitive advantages, and they are able to glean the 
best of change, innovation, and leading edge business 
practices that could be implemented to transform the 
Services. SDCFP officers produce a final written report and 
provide group briefings to Secretary of Defense/Deputy 
Secretary of Defense, Service Secretaries and Chiefs, and 
over three dozen other senior OSD and Service leaders. 
Eligibility requirements are listed in paragraph 11.a of 
Ref A.
    B. CFR: New York, NY. An independent, nonpartisan 
membership organization, think tank, and publisher devoted 
to a better understanding of the world and the foreign 
policy choices faced by the U.S. and other countries. The 
program exposes selected officers to a wide variety of 
strategic issues affecting U.S. foreign policy development, 
international relations, and economic security. Fellows 
participate in CFR membership programs, meet with CFR 
members and staff, and engage in research and studies. The 
CFR Studies Program fosters independent research leading to 
published articles or reports, roundtable and panel 
speaking opportunities, and briefings apprising senior USCG 
and DHS leaders of significant developments and emerging 
views on homeland security, economic, and policy issues 
within the CFR. Fellows also assist in arranging several 
politico-military trips for CFR members during the year. 
Eligibility requirements are listed in paragraph 11.a of 
Ref A.
3. All captains meeting the eligibility criteria listed in 
Ref A will be automatically screened. Additionally, 
officers reaching their mandatory separation date prior to 
1 July 2019 will not be screened.
4. The following officers will be included in the candidate 
pool for the fellowship unless otherwise noted.	
No   Rank    Name
1    CAPT    Bartz, Christopher A.
2    CAPT    Bonner, George G.
3    CAPT    Buzzella Jr, Joseph R.
4    CAPT    Case, Gregory D.
5    CAPT    Clendenin, Scott W.
6    CAPT    Cooper, Benjamin A.
7    CAPT    Dean, Mary M.
8    CAPT    Dickey, Michael C.
9    CAPT    Durham, Diane W.
10   CAPT    Everingham, Kent W.
11   CAPT    Flynn, Paul A.
12   CAPT    Gaynor, Edward J.
13   CAPT    Gimple, Matthew J.
14   CAPT    Gleason, Eric S.
15   CAPT    Gordon, Mark D.
16   CAPT    Griffitts, Thomas A.
17   CAPT    Hendrickson Jr, Robert T.
18   CAPT    List, Carola J.
19   CAPT    Long, Michael C.
20   CAPT    Marien, Kenneth D.
21   CAPT    Martin, Kirsten R.
22   CAPT    Mcelligatt, Patrick S.
23   CAPT    Osgood, Steven F.
24   CAPT    Overstreet, Keith A.
25   CAPT    Prestidge, Gregory T.
26   CAPT    Pruett, James B.
27   CAPT    Ramassini, David W.
28   CAPT    Raymond, Michael W.
29   CAPT    Riddle, Kevin W.
30   CAPT    Sandlin II, Edward W.
31   CAPT    Smith, William G.
32   CAPT    Stpierre, Edward M.
33   CAPT    Sugimoto, Andrew M.
34   CAPT    Tomasulo, Gary L.
35   CAPT    Tucci, Andrew E.
36   CAPT    Vinciguerra, Aldante
37   CAPT    Williams, Jennifer F.
38   CAPT    Wirth, Kevin E.
39   CAPT    Zamperini, Michael B.
5. Officers who believe their names have been mistakenly 
omitted or any of the above candidates that do not desire 
selection for this fellowship should immediately contact 
the POC listed below via email. 
6. Waivers to screen will be considered for non-tour 
complete captains who are not in command cadre positions 
and who will have completed at least two years in their 
current assignment by 15 Sep 2019. Time in grade waivers 
will also be considered. Officers requesting a waiver to 
screen should immediately contact the POC listed below via 
email with a Flag endorsement attached to request 
7. Members selected for these prestigious fellowships will 
not incur additional obligated service. 
8. Candidates should act now to ensure their Employee 
Summary Sheet (ESS), contact information in Direct Access 
(DA), and Electronically Imaged Personnel Data Record 
(e.g., OERs, Record of Professional Development (CG-4082), 
and academic transcripts) are updated and complete.
9. POC: CAPT Matthew Brown at
10. CAPT C. J. Glander, Chief, PSC-OPM, sends.
11. Internet release authorized.