Geoff began his public service career as an Army officer. A decorated Vietnam and Desert Storm veteran, Colonel (ret) Prosch served 31 years as an Infantry officer including over 12 years of command of Infantry, Special Forces, and garrison units. Geoff served as Principal Deputy and Acting Assistant Secretary of the Army, Installations and Environment 2001-2009. Geoff served as Director of Federal Government Relations for Johnson Controls, Inc. 2009-2020. He was recently appointed as the Club Historian of the Army-Navy Club, Washington, D.C. He and his wife of 48 years, Kappy, raised their two children, a daughter and a son, (an Iraq and Afghanistan Infantry combat veteran) on Army installations worldwide.
- A-Man, 9/11 and George Marshall – 2001It was my honor to serve on President George W. Bush’s team 2001-2009 as Principal Deputy and Acting Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations and Environment). The first two years were […]
- What West Point Means To Me – Geoff ProschOn 4 June 1969, I witnessed what I then thought was the greatest sight in my life – West Point in the rearview mirror of my car. Over time, however, I […]
- The Castle Award – 2017Having attended West Point Founders Day dinners for almost 50 years, many at the Washington D.C. West Point Society Chapter, I have watched throughout the years as the Castle Award was […]
- Caring for Army Families – 2001When I arrived in the Pentagon in June 2001, one of our biggest challenges was dealing with the Army’s old, deteriorating and insufficient number of on-post family housing units. One of […]