Jeannie Crowell
Chief Executive Officer

Jeannie Crowell is the owner and Chief Executive Officer of Cimarron. Headquartered in Houston, Cimarron began business as Cimarron Software Services, Inc. in 1981. Today, with operations in Texas, Alabama, and Colorado, Cimarron specializes in real-time ground command and control center design and implementation, with expertise in Systems Engineering, Software Development and Integration, Software Testing and Information Technology Management Services. Cimarron has been a major contributor for the Hardware and Software Design and Implementation of NASA's Mission Control Center at the Johnson Space Center. The company has also been instrumental in providing support to the International Space Station Software and Avionics. In addition. Cimarron specializes in management and technical transformation services, and has successfully implemented solutions improving information management for thousands of resources globally.

As the former co-founder and CEO of DKI Consulting, which merged with Cimarron in 2012, Ms. Crowell will continue to navigate Cimarron with its expanded capabilities and services to both Government agencies and private-sector organizations. She is committed to working closely with the management of Cimarron utilizing her marketing background and organizational leadership to successfully guide the company's continued growth and success for many years to come. Ms. Crowell holds a Bachelor of Multi-Disciplinary Studies (BMS) from the University of Texas.

Darren Crowell

Darren Crowell is the President of Cimarron. Mr. Crowell has been influential in the formulation of a strong technical and management team. He has responsibility for daily management and business growth of the company.

Prior to Cimarron, Mr. Crowell was the co-founder and President of DKI Consulting that merged with Cimarron in 2012. At DKI, Mr. Crowell successfully grew and navigated the company into a premier enterprise consulting organization. Prior to DKI, he managed and supported engineering, manufacturing and supply chain management groups for multiple international energy companies. During this time, he focused on innovation through emerging technologies. Many of those years were spent restructuring existing environments to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization through the optimization of existing capabilities with innovative solutions. This background led Mr. Crowell in creating DKI and, consequently, to the strategic partnerships and staffing of multiple highly skilled personnel.

Brad Cothran
Sr. Vice President
Brad Cothran is a Sr. Vice President and a key member of the Cimarron executive team. Mr. Cothran’s role is to provide our customers critical engineering expertise and solutions in support of our national defense and space launch programs. Prior to joining the Cimarron team, Brad was the Director of Space Vehicle Engineering for the Boeing Company leading a team of over 600 engineers. Mr. Cothran has over 30 years’ experience in the Aerospace business and has been involved in some of the most complex space flight hardware design, manufacturing, assembly and test programs including key leadership roles on the International Space Station program. Mr. Cothran has over 12 years of executive experience with fortune 500 companies and proven program management and financial acumen skills. In addition, Mr. Cothran is a proven inspirational leader with the ability to attract highly qualified candidates, set high expectations and help mentor and grow a diverse workforce.
Kurt Restemyer
Sr. Vice President
Cimarron Sr. Vice President Kurt Restemyer is responsible for leading operational divisions and programs with a focus on NASA programs. Mr. Restemyer brings a wealth of experience to this role, including most recently as Division Vice President. Prior to that, as a Cimarron Senior Program Manager, Mr. Restemyer supported NASA's Facilities Development and Operations Contract (FDOC) and the Integrated Mission Operations Contract (IMOC II) and is currently acting Program Manager for the Space Exploration Network Services and Evolution (SENSE) and Human Landing System (HLS) contracts. He also has 25 years of hands-on experience responding effectively to customer needs, developing leaders, managing change, and developing strategic plans, having served as the Mission Control Center (MCC) and Training Systems (TS) Operations and Maintenance Manager. During the course of his career, he has demonstrated the ability to lead diverse teams of professionals to new levels of success in fast-paced environments and challenging situations. He has been recognized for his ability to lead and enable changes to reduce costs, enhance quality, and improve customer satisfaction while uniting employee groups and increasing employee morale.
Walter Medsger
Chief Financial Officer

As Cimarron's Chief Financial Officer, Walter Medsger is responsible for providing strategic business guidance to the executive management of the company, including advising the shareholders. In this role he is also the executive manager charged with the operation of the Accounting, Business Management, and Shared Services Departments. Collectively, these departments perform the financial administration functions necessary to support the operation of the company. Mr. Medsger also acts as Cimarron's corporate counsel and advises management on Federal contracting, and labor regulation issues as well as policy risk avoidance.

During his tenure with Cimarron, Mr. Medsger has managed the implementation of the company's integrated business system. This system integrates the time collection, accounting, billing, payroll, project control, purchasing, fixed assets, sales, and human resources functions and provides for a customizable reporting tool, which allows timely and accurate access to business information. He continues to oversee all upgrades and enhancements to this system.

Since joining the company in 1991, Mr. Medsger has held several positions, performing numerous business functions. He was originally hired to perform contract administration functions but quickly took on additional roles, which led to a management position. His knowledge in preparing cost proposals, negotiating contract awards and contract modifications, accounting, financial reporting, federal procurement, and labor law has enabled him to build Cimarron's administrative infrastructure to position the company for continuing growth.

Mr. Medsger has over 25 years' experience in financial control and administrative management within the Government Contracting industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Houston. 

Stephanie Baillio
Vice President, Human Resources
Stephanie Baillio is Cimarron’s Vice President of Human Resources. Mrs. Baillio is responsible for overseeing all aspects of Human Resource Management within the organization. Partnering with Cimarron’s initiatives of innovation and growth, Mrs. Baillio manages a proactive, aggressive, and effective recruitment and retention program. This includes the creation and implementation of programs that facilitate a positive work environment encouraging employee development, continuous improvement, and employee and customer satisfaction. Mrs. Baillio joined the Cimarron team in 1999, bringing with her Human Resources experience from the Chemical and Consulting industries.

Mrs. Baillio has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Houston, a Master of Arts in Human Resource Management from the University of Houston-Clear Lake, is a certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR), and SHRM-CP, and is an Adjunct Instructor at San Jacinto Community College teaching SHRM HR certification classes. Mrs. Baillio has been recognized by peers and customers, including the NASA JSC Center Director, for leading successful teams and excels in change management, employee relations, strategy, employment law, and ensuring customer and employee satisfaction.
Greg Bowman
Vice President
Cimarron Vice President Greg Bowman is responsible for managing the Contract Services Division. Mr. Bowman brings years of experience to Cimarron from The United States Navy and his 30+ years in the Aerospace industry. Mr. Bowman’s Aerospace career started with the Spacelab and Space Station Programs and spanned through to being the Quality Leader on the CST 100-Starliner Program. During the course of his career, Mr. Bowman served in many roles and supported DoD customers in Quality, Supply Chain Management, Program and Facility Management, and most recently as the Cimarron Program Manager to the Mobile Launcher 2 Program at Kennedy Space Center that will support the Artemis rocket platform. He always puts the customer first and is knowledgeable with many different disciplines within assembly, testing, and manufacturing. Greg has been highly effective at every level in his career which is what makes him the perfect leader for our newest Contract Services Division. Mr. Bowman holds Master’s in Management from the University of Phoenix and is a recognized Six Sigma and Lean Leader in industry.
Rich Larson
Vice President
Cimarron Vice President Rich Larson is focused on the identification, acquisition, and execution of new programs in aerospace and satellite operations playing an integral role in the development and execution of the company’s strategic objectives. He brings 40 years of experience supporting design, test and operations for aircraft and space flight programs. A proven leader and industry partner on NASA human space flight programs, he has led organizations for the International Space Station, Space Shuttle, Constellation and Exploration Programs. Prior to joining Cimarron, Mr. Larson spent 9 years at MEI Technologies as their Executive Director of Business development and 15 years at SAIC where he was a Vice President for Business Development and Program Manager leading their Orbital Space Plan and Constellation support contract.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Larson worked for Fairchild Republic and Grumman Aircraft supporting Air Force and Navy Design, Development, Test & Evaluation (DDT&E) efforts. This included flight test programs for the F-14D upgrades test program, F-111A/E/EF Avionics Modernization Program (AMP) and the T-46A Next Generation Trainer.