Darren Farber

Managing Partner
  • Founder of Albion River.
  • Co-founder of NAWAH LLC, a Pritzker Organization (“TPO”) enterprise focused on infrastructure in the Middle East and Southwest Asia. NAWAH was sold to Hutchison Whampoa Limited.
  • Former special advisor to the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense – Business Transformation.
  • Former member of U.S. Department of Defense Task Force for Business and Stability Operations.
  • Board Member; Magpul, MDA (TSX: MDA.TO), AMPAC (formerly NASDAQ: APFC), Sparton (formerly NYSE: SPA).
  • Former operations engineer at Onex portfolio company Celestica (NYSE: CLS).
  • Former manufacturing engineer at Nortel Networks (formerly NYSE: NT).

Mark Schneiderman

Partner & General Counsel
  • Former member of Sullivan & Cromwell’s corporate and restructuring practice.
  • Key transactions include Kodak’s Chapter 11 reorganization, Fiat’s purchase of Chrysler, AIG’s restructuring.
  • Worked in Afghanistan for U.S. Department of Defense Task Force for Business and Stability Operations.
  • Clerked for Judge John Rogers of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and Judge Shelley Chapman of the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

Christos Tsentas

  • 14+ years of experience in the aerospace / defense / industrial market.
  • Former investment banker at KippsDeSanto & Co; having executed on 16 sell-side transactions in the government services / aerospace / defense sector.
  • MBA from Columbia University; BS from the University of Virginia.

Andrew Stotland

Managing Director
  • 20+ years of Capital Formation and Business Development Experience
  • Former Head of Marketing and IR at Rush Island
  • Former Partner at Moab Capital Partners
  • Former Partner at FrontFour Capital Group
  • Former Director of Sales & Marketing at Pirate Capital
  • Former Associate at Amroc Investments
  • BSc in Finance from Babson College

Mark Kimmitt

Operating Partner
  • Retired Brigadier General United States Army.
  • Former Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs serving under President George W. Bush.
  • Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Middle East Policy, responsible for military policy development, planning, guidance and oversight for the region.
  • Former Deputy Director of Strategy and Plans at United States Central Command and Deputy Director of Operations and Chief Military Spokesman for Coalition Forces in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Former Assistant Professor of Finance and Economics in the Department of Social Sciences at the United States Military Academy.
  • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
  • Graduate of United States Military Academy, Harvard Business School (With Distinction), School of Advanced Military Studies and the National Defense University.


Jerry Lundquist

Operating Partner
  • Director Emeritus of McKinsey & Co. and former head of its Global Aerospace and Defense practice.
  • Former Vice President of Emery Air Freight Corporation.
  • Member of the Commercial Space and Transportation Advisory Committee to the Secretary of Transportation.
  • Former Staff Assistant to National Security Affairs to U.S. Senator Sam Nunn.
  • Former Special Assistant to Aircrew Matters for the Commander-in-Chief of the Military Airlift Command.
  • 8 years of service in the U.S. Air Force as an aviator with over 2000 hours of flight experience on Lockheed’s C5-A Galaxy.

Tom Snyder

Operating Partner
  • Retired United States Air Force Colonel.
  • Former Head of Contracting for the USAF Air Mobility Command.
  • Former Theater Head of Contracts for the Joint Contracting Command Iraq / Afghanistan.
  • Former Head of Acquisition / Contracting at the Task Force for Business and Stability Operations. (“TFBSO”) within the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
  • Former AF Materiel Command / PK Director.
  • Author of several additions to acquisition doctrine that are memorialized within the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation.
  • Graduate of University of Virginia, National War College and the Industrial College of the Armed Forces.