The Southern Arizona Leadership Council (SALC) has elected Greg White to a two-year term as chair of the business and community leadership organization.
White, vice president of finance at Raytheon Missile Systems, succeeds Lisa Lovallo, vice president and system manager for Cox Communications, Southern Arizona. He is responsible for all business organization, product line, and functional business planning and reporting for Raytheon. For the last two years, White has served on the SALC Executive Committee, first as secretary and then vice chair in 2016.
Serving as vice chair/chair-elect is Judy Rich, president and CEO of Tucson Medical Center, a position she has held since 2007. SALC treasurer is Duff Hearon, principal and CEO of The Ashland Group, a diversified investment company in commercial real estate, land and securities that he established in 1985. Secretary is Tom McGovern, vice president and regional manager of Psomas, a leading consulting firm offering professional services in civil engineering, water resources, transportation planning and engineering, traffic engineering, environmental, land planning, construction management, and land surveying.
New members joining the board of SALC are Garry Brav, president and CEO of BFL Ventures; Rob Draper, president of O’Rielly Chevrolet, and Dan Neff, president of M3 Engineering & Technology.