Joseph F. Moody
Joe Moody is President & Executive Director for the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM). In a career spanning three decades, Moody held top engineering and senior leadership roles in the automotive, oil and gas, and mining and exploration industries. With an emphasis on technology and product development as well as process innovation, Moody led global research and development teams, strategy and governance activities, and manufacturing facility green-field developments. He holds a Bachelor of Science with honors in electrical engineering from Kettering University and an MBA with high distinction from the University of Michigan.
Dr. John R. (Bob) Fagan
Bob Fagan is Chief Technology Officer for the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM). In this role, he responsible for guiding and executing CCAM’s research agenda, which is collaboratively pursued by CCAM member companies and universities.
Prior to CCAM, Fagan led advanced manufacturing and engineering projects for Pratt & Whitney. Additionally, he has held senior development and management posts with Allison Engine Company (acquired by Rolls-Royce) and Light Engineering (a company he helped grow from its initial start-up). He holds engineering degrees from the University of Notre Dame, Drexel University and Purdue University, where his doctorate research focused on the fundamental physics of complex aerodynamic flow fields.
Steve Vosmik is Director of Sales and Marketing for The Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM). Steve’s primary responsibility is the recruitment of new CCAM member companies, with a focus on technology diversity to drive value to member organizations.
Before joining CCAM in 2015, Steve held sales management positions with multiple technology companies within the advanced manufacturing, metrology, aerospace, energy, defense & healthcare markets and has spent the last 20 years in the manufacturing and software arenas. Steve earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Maryland (College Park, MD)
As the manager of administration for CCAM, Alicia Durham is responsible for coordinating and developing policies and procedures for the organization, managing member and vendor relationships, planning events, maintaining the website and bookkeeping.
Before joining CCAM, Durham served as the Assistant Executive Director for RichTech, Central Virginia’s premier technology association. While at RichTech, she implemented a new strategic plan, which included a new brand and membership structure. In addition, she was responsible for marketing, event management and communications, as well as budget management. Prior to working for RichTech, Durham worked with Preferred Management and the Beacon Group as an account manager. Durham has a BA degree in psychology from the University of South Carolina.
As the Director of Workforce Development Bruce leverages CCAM’s resources and industry contacts to help regional partners establish an industry-centric, high performance workforce that makes Southern and Southwest Virginia the site of choice for advanced manufacturing firms.
Bruce started his manufacturing career as a third generation Tool and Die Maker and based on a long list of successful projects he progressed to Manager of Manufacturing Engineering for a worldwide manufacturer of printing devices. Prior to joining CCAM, Bruce served as the Director of Economic and Workforce Development for the South Orange County Community College District in Southern California. Most recently Bruce was appointed to the Commonwealth of Virginia Board of Education, Advisory Committee on Adult Education & Literacy.
Bruce was educated early on in trade schools but also earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership with honors and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership, both from Chapman University in Orange California.