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Anne Shybunko-Moore

Anne Shybunko-MooreAnne Shybunko-Moore
GSE Dynamics, Inc.

www.gsedynamics.com

 

Anne D. Shybunko-Moore is President of GSE Dynamics Inc., a Woman Owned Small Business, and a U.S. Defense Manufacturer. GSE was founded in 1971 and has 2 manufacturing facilities located on Long Island, NY. GSE specializes in providing complex structural assemblies direct to the United States Air Force, Navy and Army, as well as Major Aerospace Primes. Anne joined GSE in 2001, and has been strategically growing the company and expanding its capabilities.

The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) awarded her company the prestigious Outstanding Readiness Support award for Woman Owned Business. And, in 2014, the Defense Logistics Agency Aviation announced that GSE w Anne D. Shybunko-Moore is President of GSE Dynamics Inc., a Woman Owned Small Business, and a U.S. Defense Manufacturer. GSE was founded in 1971 and has 2 manufacturing facilities located on Long Island, NY. GSE specializes in providing complex structural assemblies direct to the United States Air Force, Navy and Army, as well as Major Aerospace Primes. Anne joined GSE in 2001, and has been strategically growing the company and expanding its capabilities.

The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) awarded her company the prestigious Outstanding Readiness Support award for Woman Owned Business. And, in 2014, the Defense Logistics Agency Aviation announced that GSE was rated #10 overall in business volume for all Small Businesses and #1 in business volume for Woman Owned Small Businesses.

Nationally, Anne is a member of the Supplier Management Council of the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) in which she represents small businesses in the Aerospace and Defense supply chain.  And, from 2014-2017, Anne was an appointed member of The National Women’s Business Council (NWBC), a non-partisan federal advisory council created to serve as an independent source of advice and counsel to the President, Congress, and the U.S. Small Business Administration on economic issues of importance to women business owners.

Anne also lends her leadership strengths to various councils. On the State level, Anne was appointed to Governor Cuomo’s Long Island Regional Economic Development Council, and his State Workforce Investment Board. Her main advocacy is to promote manufacturing and the need for workforce training to help companies grow. In 2016, Anne founded the Manufacturing Consortium of Long Island (MCLI), an industry driven organization to further promote manufacturing with a regional strategic plan for job creation and support for business.

As a local leader on Long Island, Anne has earned the title of Long Island’s Top 50 Women twice by Long Island Business News and the title of one of Long Island’s 40 Rising Stars Under the age of 40.  Anne served as President of Long Island’s National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), and was twice awarded the Top Woman Business Owner award for NAWBO/LI.  Long Island Women’s Agenda named her as the Business Advocate of the year, recognized for efforts in the small business arena. Enterprising Magazine honored Anne as Enterprising Woman of the Year for her business and community accomplishments.

Anne is married to Jamie Moore, President of the Manufacturing Consortium of Long Island (MCLI).  Jamie and Anne support each other in their careers and home life as they raise their four sons.  Anne focuses on the importance of family and career balance, and serves as an example that women can be successful at both.

as rated #10 overall in business volume for all Small Businesses and #1 in business volume for Woman Owned Small Businesses.

Nationally, Anne is a member of the Supplier Management Council of the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) in which she represents small businesses in the Aerospace and Defense supply chain.  And, from 2014-2017, Anne was an appointed member of The National Women’s Business Council (NWBC), a non-partisan federal advisory council created to serve as an independent source of advice and counsel to the President, Congress, and the U.S. Small Business Administration on economic issues of importance to women business owners.

Anne also lends her leadership strengths to various councils. On the State level, Anne was appointed to Governor Cuomo’s Long Island Regional Economic Development Council, and his State Workforce Investment Board. Her main advocacy is to promote manufacturing and the need for workforce training to help companies grow. In 2016, Anne founded the Manufacturing Consortium of Long Island (MCLI), an industry driven organization to further promote manufacturing with a regional strategic plan for job creation and support for business.

As a local leader on Long Island, Anne has earned the title of Long Island’s Top 50 Women twice by Long Island Business News and the title of one of Long Island’s 40 Rising Stars Under the age of 40.  Anne served as President of Long Island’s National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), and was twice awarded the Top Woman Business Owner award for NAWBO/LI.  Long Island Women’s Agenda named her as the Business Advocate of the year, recognized for efforts in the small business arena. Enterprising Magazine honored Anne as Enterprising Woman of the Year for her business and community accomplishments.

Anne is married to Jamie Moore, President of the Manufacturing Consortium of Long Island (MCLI).  Jamie and Anne support each other in their careers and home life as they raise their four sons.  Anne focuses on the importance of family and career balance, and serves as an example that women can be successful at both.