Leadership Team

​Our leadership has a singular business focus – meeting or exceeding our customers’ needs and expectations through mutually beneficial partnerships.

  • Albert Smith


    27+ Years – Al Smith serves as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of J&J, responsible for the company’s controlled growth in sustaining a World Class Company providing diversified services to U.S. Government military customers. He has overseen the company’s expansion from custodial into facility maintenance services, consistently leading the industry within medical DoD programs. He joined J&J in 1991 where he led the Marketing/Business Development Department for over 10 years. Prior to joining the J&J team, he served as a Colonel in the U.S. Air Force until his retirement in 1989.

  • Duke Malvaney


    22+ Years – Duke Malvaney serves as the President of J&J, responsible for the company’s operations, business partnerships, and overall strategic direction. He joined J&J in 1996 as Program Manager over the Medical Support Division, being appointed in 2000 to Vice President. He has been an influential leader in the success of our company, playing a key role in expanding our Medical Treatment Facilities Construction Management and O&M services throughout the U.S. and overseas to include full O&M services for the Regional Health Command Europe – Landstuhl, Germany; Armed Forces Research Institute – Bangkok, Thailand; 65th Medical Brigade – Republic of Korea; Brooke Army Medical Center – Fort Sam Houston, TX; and 60th Medical Group – David Grant Medical Center – Travis AFB, CA; etc.

  • Nathan Fulmer

    Executive VP & General Counsel

    15+ Years – Nathan Fulmer serves as the Executive Vice President & General Counsel of J&J, responsible for the company’s Operations Support Division and all legal oversight. He joined J&J in 2003 as an intern while attending school at the University of Texas. As an integral member of our executive team, he supervises all corporate support functions and creates policy guidance to support our valued employees, managers, and jobsites. He is actively involved in Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) negotiations with the Government and Labor Unions, while also educating and empowering J&J’s Safety and Quality Control Managers to improve business processes and to minimize potential hazards to our employees.

  • Jeff Smedley

    VP of Information Technology & CIO

    15+ Years – Jeff Smedley serves as the Vice President of Information Technology and J&J’s Chief Information Officer, responsible for engineering, design, planning, implementation, and direction of all company Information Technology (IT) systems, including the added challenge of ensuring these seamlessly integrate with clients’ existing systems. He joined J&J in 2003 as the company’s first CIO where he continues to provide business and technology leadership as he has built and implemented a highly successful IT strategy companywide. Jeff speaks at industry events regularly and has had several articles published on IT culture and management and co-authored a book on IT Leadership. In 2016, Jeff was named as a Finalist for IT Executive of the Year in Austin. Prior to joining the J&J team, he worked in various capacities within the high-tech industry to include serving as the CIO and VP of Internet Operations at FreeMe.com, the first application service provider (ASP) in Austin with more than 50,000 users.

  • Terry Reynolds

    VP of Financial Division & CFO

    10+ Years – Terry Reynolds serves as the Vice President of our Financial Division and J&J’s Chief Financial Officer, responsible for managing the financial strategy and cost accounting functions, partnering with Government military agencies across commands, units, and operations on strategic long-range planning, budgeting, and forecasting, as well as pricing analysis. He joined J&J in 2008 as the company’s first CFO where he continues to manage J&J’s fiscal activities, adhering to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) established by regulatory entities. He has his MBA and BBA in Accounting from Baylor University – Hankamer School of Business. Prior to joining the J&J team, he served as CFO for both public and private companies in various industries such as construction, technology, manufacturing, financial services, and Government contracting.

  • Kyle Henson

    VP of Business Development - Corporate Austin, TX

    16+ Years – Kyle Henson serves as the Vice President of Business Development at J&J’s Corporate headquarters, responsible for all re-competes of existing contracts and task orders, Mentor/Protégé partnerships, and customer relationship efforts. He joined J&J in 2002 and has held various roles in the Support and Operational Divisions of the company before moving into Business Development. He has been an influential leader in building business relationships to include the partnership between Universal Hospital Services, Inc. (UHS) and J&J to provide Medical Maintenance (Medical Device/Medical Device Systems) and repair services for the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) and Air Force Medical Service (AFMS) customers.

  • Eddie Young

    VP of Medical Support Division

    35+ Years – Eddie Young serves as the Vice President of our Medical Support Division, responsible for O&M, Construction Management, and Healthcare Environmental Services. He joined J&J in 1983 as an Electrician on the O&M services contract at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) – Fort Campbell, KY. He served as the Project Manager at Fort Campbell and as a Regional Manager over numerous jobsites before being appointed to Director of Operations in 2010.

  • Steve Kelley

    VP of Business Development - Oak Grove, KY

    10+ Years – Steve Kelley serves as the Vice President of Business Development at J&J’s Oak Grove Office, responsible for new work with an emphasis on Base Operations Support (BOS) services. He joined J&J in 2008 after working over 15 years in various capacities for other Government contractors in the industry. His insight into pricing strategy and forming basis of estimates has proven to be a key component in growing J&J’s BOS operations. He played a significant role in the Joint Venture Agreement between Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc (JLL) in the award of Facility Support and BOS services for U.S. Military Forces and Federal Government agencies in the Republic of the Philippines.

  • Tim Ferry

    VP of Facility Support Division

    33+ Years – Tim Ferry serves as the Vice President of our Facility Support Division, responsible for Government services contracting and military facility operations, maintenance, repair, and alteration. He joined J&J in 1985 where he continues to oversee both Firm-Fixed Price and Cost-Plus Award Fee contracts for Base Operations Support (BOS) Services. He oversees complex phase-in operations and was integral in the transition of our BOS contracts at West Sound Naval Base – Washington State and British Columbia (which comprises Naval Base Kitsap (NBK), WA; Naval Hospital (NAVHOSP) Bremerton; Naval Magazine Indian Island, Port Hadlock; and numerous other range testing facilities, waterborne testing range facilities, personnel transfer facilities, and recreational facilities) and Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS) – China Lake, CA.

  • Denise Garza

    VP of Human Resources

    12+ Years – Denise Garza serves as the Vice President of Human Resources (HR), responsible for company policies/procedures; insurance/benefit programs; wage/salary surveys; recruiting, hiring, retention; and employee/labor relations. She joined J&J in 2006 as an HR Generalist and has helped transform J&J’s HR Department through electronic onboarding and effective management training programs to ensure our employees have the tools and resources necessary to succeed within the company. Her team of qualified specialists focus intensely on the welfare of our employees, knowing they are J&J’s competitive advantage.

I joined J&J because I believed the company had the potential to be great. Experience has proven that I was right. J&J is a great company and leads the industry in our business lines. Every employee has contributed to this success and in Johnny’s words, ‘our employees are our most valuable asset.’

Al Smith