Team
Team

Aaron Ausland, CCM

Chief Executive Officer

Aaron leads Ausland’s strategic vision and oversight of our senior management team. He is the only Certified Program Manager in Southern Oregon and plays and important role in the organization and programming of Ausland’s capital improvement and capital campaign endeavors.

Aaron graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Oregon State University, majoring in construction engineering management. He minored in business studies.

He is a member of the Southern Oregon Angel Investors Network, Board President of Southern Oregon Regional Economic Development (SOREDI), University Liaison for Oregon Chapter of Construction Management Association of America, and Board Director of Josephine County Education Fund.

Fun Fact: Enjoys cooking interesting ethnic foods and likes to fish.

Kelsy Ausland, PE

President, Principal Engineer

Kelsy leads land development and engineering endeavors while overseeing the daily operations of Ausland Group. She is licensed to practice engineering in Oregon and California and is a LEED-Green Associate.

Kelsy graduated with Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Civil Engineering from Oregon State University. Kelsy also studied environmental engineering at the University of Nottingham in Great Britain, and Spanish in Ecuador.  She was distinguished by her alma mater with the 2010 Oregon Stater Award for “Outstanding Early Career Achievement.”

Kelsy enjoys volunteering for many local community non-profits, including Britt Festivals, where she is on the board of directors.

Fun Fact: Kelsy likes to spend weekends at her cabin exploring remote parts of the Rogue River and Illinois River Wilderness.

Greg Ausland, PE

Principal, Sr. Project Manager

Greg brings over 30 years of award winning design and project management experience to every project.  He is licensed to practice in Oregon and California and is accomplished with a diverse engineering background.  Greg is extremely successful helping clients to economically and efficiently realize their vision.

Greg graduated with Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Oregon State University and is a distinguished alumnus of Lane Community College.  He is a member of the Oregon West Network, Covered Bridge Society of Ore., and American Society of Civil Engineers.

Fun Fact:  An avid cyclist and skier, he hopes to someday visit all of the grand lodges in the national parks system.

Tom Jordan

Senior Project Manager

An outstanding Senior Project Leader, Tom brings more than 26 years’ experience and expertise in all facets of commercial constructions. From design review through project management, he is highly skilled in collaborating with clients, architects, public agencies, subcontractors and internal management to achieve business and financial objectives.

He has also been instrumental in streamlining and improving processes, enhancing productivity, and implementing standard policies and construction practices on multiple small to large scale projects in both Oregon and California. His dedicated work ethic, friendly demeanor and strong interpersonal skills make him a strong asset to Ausland.

Fun Fact: Tom enjoys playing tennis and pickleball.

Zack Secrest

In memory of

We forever hold in memory, our former Vice President of Operations, Zack Secrest.   He passed away in his sleep on November 27th, 2012 from complications with epilepsy.

Zack motivated our team to achieve extraordinary project and individual success.  During his six years at Ausland he helped accomplish spectacular growth and success on Southern Oregon’s top projects.  He was our friend, a mentor, a colleague, and had become family to many of us.

In his personal life, Zack was a member of the BMX community for over 30 years, racing at BMX tracks throughout the U.S. and Canada.  He was a fierce competitor and mentor to many in the racing community.

We move forward, grateful for six years we spent with Zack, and are dedicated to accomplishing extraordinary success in his legacy.

Rest in Peace.