After 35 years, Paul Tremont retired as CEO of SRC Inc. Tremont has played a critical role in the development and success of SRC during his tenure. He led the corporation and established SRC as an indispensable supplier of unique capabilities for the department of defense and environmental protection agency. While guided by Tremont, the company flourished to expand from 950 employees to more than 1,600; revenue went from $220M to $380M; and SRC significantly increased partnerships with community organizations.
It is Tremont’s personal philosophy that keeping America safe and strong starts with making the communities that we work and live in safe and strong. While at SRC, he directed the company’s philanthropic focus in the areas of STEM, United Way, and supporting past and present military personnel. In the area of STEM, SRC has focused on educating those less fortunate, increasing STEM awareness and working with schools and higher education institutions to create opportunities for students through scholarships, internships, and mentoring. He is active in many events that foster STEM awareness in CNY.
SRC, under Tremont’s leadership, became one of the major financial and volunteer supporters of the United Way (UW) of CNY. For 6 years, Mr. Tremont was a UW board member and is a member of the UW Alexis De Tocqueville society.
Tremont also support many organizations that provide assistance to both active and retired military personnel. Because these heroes made many sacrifices to protect our nation and the freedoms we cherish, Tremont made this backing a priority. As an active supporter in this area, Tremont is a member of Association of Old Crows, the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, and the Association of the United States Army and supports the Clear Path for Veterans and Honor Flight organizations.
Tremont continues to support the activities that are important to sustain and grow strong communities. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Abby Lane Housing Corporation, SUNY ESF Foundation (emeritus); the Northeast UAS Airspace Integration Research (NUAIR); and on Honor Flight Syracuse. He previously has served on the Centerstate CEO executive board, St Joseph’s Hospital and the Central New York Regional Advisory Board for Excellus.
Tremont is a 1978 graduate of State University of New York (SUNY) College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF). At ESF, he earned a bachelor’s degree in resource management and Forestry. Tremont earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a concentrate in management science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Tremont grew up in Syracuse, NY and family includes a daughter, 4 brothers, and 10 nieces and nephews. I am dedicated to my family and friends and making the central New York community a great place to live and work.