Del Eulberg is a Booz Allen Vice President and a key leader in the firm’s worldwide infrastructure programs supporting clients in the federal civil and defense markets, as well as commercial clients. Service offerings include the natural and built environment, energy, health and transportation.
Mr. Eulberg is also the location general manager for the firm’s San Antonio office with staff delivering services in cyber, military intelligence, health, environment, energy, strategy and organization, and technology.
Mr. Eulberg has a strong record of collaborating with and transforming organizations to be more effective and efficient with a clear focus on people and results. He was nationally recognized by the Federal Real Property Association in 2009 as both “Person of The Year” and “Leader of The Year” for transforming real estate management in the US Air Force.
Prior to joining Booz Allen in 2009, Mr. Eulberg served as the Chief Engineer in the US Air Force, retiring as a Major General. He was responsible for managing installation support services at 166 bases around the globe valued at $250 billion with an annual $17 billion budget and overseeing a 60,000 person workforce. He is a recognized public speaker and has published numerous articles in technical journals regarding sustainability, leadership, and transformation.
Mr. Eulberg is a Registered Professional Engineer in Virginia and a member of several industry organizations, including:
Past National President and Fellow, Society of American Military Engineers
Senior Fellow, National Design Futures Council
National President, Professional Housing Managers Association
Member, Board of Directors, Penn State Outreach Programs
Mr. Eulberg received a B.S. degree in civil engineering from the US Air Force Academy (DG) in 1978, and a Masters of Civil Engineering from Penn State University in 1981. He attended the Air War College in Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama in 1995, the Program for Senior Executives at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in 2005, and the Enterprise Leadership Program at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in 2007.