Richard L. Bond is the Associate Executive Director, Office of Operations for CFM.
Prior to joining CFM, Mr. Bond served as Senior Vice President/Federal Healthcare Strategy Leader for HKS Architects, Inc., an internationally respected architecture firm. Mr. Bond was part of the executive team responsible for developing a long range Federal market strategy and for all operations for Federal healthcare practice. Prior to joining HKS Architects, Inc., Mr. Bond served as Deputy Director for Construction and Facilities on the Joint Task Force Capital Medicine in Bethesda, MD, where he acted as the technical advisor to the Commander, Joint Task Force and a senior staff member for construction acquisition and facilities sustainment activities. Mr. Bond led the strategic analysis of the Base Realignment and Consolidation (BRAC) construction at Walter Reed. While assigned to the U.S. Army Health Facility Planning Agency, Mr. Bond led the Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) facility acquisition program with over $4 billion dollars of projects in planning or execution.
Mr. Bond, a retired Army Colonel, holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; a Master's Degree in Architecture and a Master's Degree in Engineering, Construction Engineering Management from the University of Michigan; and a Bachelor's Degree in Architecture from Princeton University. Mr. Bond is a registered Architect and a Fellow of the Health Facility Institute.
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