Kinsel brings to his new role experience in managing Air Force organizations, personnel and infrastructure worth more than $3.9 billion, and expertise in resource and facilities management, strategic planning and transportation, Woolpert said Tuesday.
The retired lieutenant colonel previously held top military roles at the squadron, group, major command, field operating agency and headquarters air staff levels, including as commander of the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron. He left the service branch in July.
A certified project management professional, Kinsel most recently worked as director of facilities and operations at Sylvania Schools in northwest Ohio.
“Wayne has held multiple project and people management roles throughout his outstanding career with the Air Force, where he excelled and inspired success at every level,” said Tom Less, Woolpert’s infrastructure discipline leader.