Senior Management Team

President and CEO of Eagle Applied Sciences, LLC, is George Gisin, Jr., Ph.D., MHA. Dr. Gisin has the overall responsibility for the management and the performance of the company. Dr. Gisin served as an officer in the Medical Service Corp for 23 years for the department of the Army. As a professional healthcare administrator, Dr. Gisin has extensive experience in business development, project management, strategic planning, business reengineering, and policy analysis. Dr. Gisin held the positions of Program Director for the U.S. Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Healthcare Administration, AMEDD Center and School, as well as Executive Administrator for the Deputy Commander Clinical Services for the U.S. Army Medical Command at Fort Sam Houston Texas. In addition to his accomplishments, he managed a Department of Defense program to modernize the information technology infrastructure for over 175 military healthcare facilities.

Charles Miffleton, MHA, is the Vice President of Finance for Eagle Applied Sciences, LLC. Mr. Miffleton has over 20 years of experience in governmental and private healthcare organizations. Mr. Miffleton has direct responsibility for Eagle's financial statements, budgets, proposal pricing and strategic planning. Mr. Miffleton is responsible for guidance and reporting the company's financial activities in accordance with GAAP. In addition he is responsible for making sure the business has complied with laws and policies that could materially affect the financial statements and or the operation. Mr. Miffleton offers extensive experience, knowledge and disciplines within healthcare organizations, in the areas of finance, human resources, information technology, electronic health records (EHR), revenue cycle management (RCM) and revenue cycle operations (RCO) for hospitals and clinics.



Director of Corporate Programs, Walter Hankins, MS, MA (2) has over 30 years of (active duty U.S. Air Force and DoD contractor) strong leadership and outstanding managerial skills with in-depth knowledge and experience in contract management. In addition to his many professional attributes, he exhibits a high degree of organizational excellence and team building while leading Eagle’s talented team of Program Managers across a broad spectrum of DoD, NASA and CDC contracts. His continued commitment to excellence, knowledge and dedication can be depended on to meet the growing needs of Eagle’s DoD and private industry clients.

For 30 years space illustrator and designer Pat Rawlings has visually documented the future of space exploration. His realistic views of both human and robotic exploration provide a chronology of the plans, hopes and desires of the planet’s best space visionaries. Rawlings’ paintings, digital images and designs have been reproduced in and on hundreds of magazines, books, television programs and films in both in the U.S. and abroad. His artwork for all of the NASA Centers reflects more than a quarter century of space exploration plans, ranging from robotic planetary missions to the human exploration of Mars and beyond. To ensure scientific and technical accuracy in his compositions, Mr. Rawlings consults with astronauts and experts in spacecraft design, mission design, mission operations, planetary geology, meteorology, and other related fields. The resulting photorealistic images give the viewer a sense of “being there.”

His design of all the spacecraft and the colony in the 3D IMAX film, L5: First City in Space garnered national critical acclaim. In addition, he has provided preproduction art, conceptual designs, and technical advisory assistance for several other film projects. His original art is in collections across the US, in Great Britain, Australia, Sri Lanka and Saudi Arabia.