GoldenWolf is excited to announce that industry veteran Kristina Stoddard has joined the team as its new Chief Operating Officer. Kris succeeds Steve Bertolaccini, who has taken on the newly created role of Chief Business Development Officer.
Kris brings more than 25 years of invaluable experience as an accomplished engineer, program manager, and analyst across facilities engineering, management, and construction.
As a retired Civil Engineer Corps Officer in the U.S. Navy and Vice President of Operations for Louis Berger Power, Kris has cultivated expansive leadership abilities and a sharp focus on client service to enable organizations to accomplish their strategic missions. She has a proven track record for assembling high-caliber teams and successfully driving complex projects from conception through completion.
“I’m thrilled to join the GoldenWolf team as the Chief Operating Officer,” said Stoddard. “I’ve enjoyed working with GoldenWolf in the past and am excited to join the team in this new role. I’m looking forward to working with all the team members to help GoldenWolf grow and thrive. With dedicated team members like those I’ve met so far, I’m confident that together we can accomplish great things and take GoldenWolf to new heights. The future is bright for GoldenWolf and I’m excited to be a part of it!”
“We could not be more excited to welcome Kris to the team,” said Sabrina Wolfersberger, Ph.D., President. “She offers a perfect mix of industry knowledge, achievement, and leadership to this role.”
Adds CEO Ryan Bredahl: “Kris was a natural choice for this role. Her experience in both government work and the private sector are a great addition to our team and will prove extremely helpful to our already well-accomplished staff.”
Kris’s blend of technical expertise and leadership prowess equip her to deliver optimal solutions for facilities challenges and operational improvements. Her dedication and well-rounded skillset make her a trusted advisor for engineering, construction, and project management needs across industries.
She holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Washington, complemented by a Master of Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma.