Mr. Ted Jendusa was assigned as the Supervisory Command Executive Officer (CXO), 84th Training Command in September 2008 at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Prior to becoming the CXO he was the Deputy G-7, 84th Division.
As the Command Executive Officer, Mr. Jendusa provides executive leadership, management, influence and oversight of plans, programs, and policies in the transformation process within the 84th Training Command. He also coordinates management of the unit’s Current Operations, Information Management, Readiness (Training, Logistics, and Personnel), Resource Integration, Structure, Manpower, and EEO programs.
Mr. Jendusa began his military career when he entered Active Duty as a Combat Engineer in 1977 serving four years. Mr. Jendusa began his federal career in 1983 as an Administrative Supply Technician with D Company 961st Engineer Battalion (Combat Heavy). He was soon promoted to the Unit Administrator in the same organization. In 1986 he returned to Active Duty in the Active Guard and Reserve program as a Combat Engineer.
After his tour he rejoined the federal system as a Unit Administrator in the 961st. In 1991 he was selected for the Staff Operations and Training Specialist for 1st Brigade, 84th Division. In 1993 Mr. Jendusa applied for and was selected as the Staff Operations Training Officer, G-3/7, 84th Division where he served until selection as the CXO. During his tenure as the SOTO for the 84th Division, he led the command through five major unit reorganizations; expanding the command from units located only in southeastern Wisconsin to a nationwide organization with global implications and personnel in over forty states.
Mr. Jendusa earned a Bachelor of Science Degree (Cum Laude) in Business Administration with an Area of Concentration in Human Resources from Ottawa University. He is a two time selectee to the National Deans List. He is a graduate of numerous military and Civilian Education Courses. Throughout his career, Mr. Jendusa has received numerous significant accomplishment awards and special act awards.
He has received the Superior Civilian Service Award on six separate occasions and the Commander’s Award for Civilian Service.
He resides in Elizabethtown, Kentucky with his wife Kathleen. They have two adult children Angela (Brian) and Ted (Melissa), two grandchildren Lukas and Addyson.