Chairman, Dr. Paul G Kaminski is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Technovation Incorporated. He also is the Chairman of the Defense Science Board and the RAND Board of Trustees, and serves on the FBI Director's Advisory Board and President’s Intelligence Advisory, where he is leading a Cybersecurity review. In addition to numerous other Boards, Professional Societies and Advisory Panels, Kaminski served as Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology from 1994 to 1997. Prior to that position, he was a highly-decorated officer in the Air Force for 20 years.
Larry D. Cox is the Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Intelligence & Information Solutions (IIS) business unit of Science Applications International Corporation. Prior to SAIC he was Vice President of Signals Intelligence Strategy at Lockheed Martin after the company he founded, ORINCON Sygenex Incorporated, was acquired by Lockheed Martin in 2003. Previously, Cox spent three years on Capitol Hill as a professional staff member with the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
Lynn Dugle became the President of Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems in January 2009, previously serving as Vice President of that group. She began working at Raytheon in 2004 as Vice President of Engineering, Technology and Quality for Raytheon Network Centric Systems. Before joining Raytheon in April 2004, she held officer-level positions with ADC Telecommunications.
Dr. Christopher B. Howard, the President of Hampden-Sydney College, is one of the youngest college presidents in the United States. Dr. Howard is a distinguished graduate of the US Air Force Academy. A Rhodes Scholar, he earned his Doctorate in politics at Oxford University and a MBA with distinction from the Harvard Business School. An Air Force Reserve Lieutenant Colonel, he was called to active duty during 2003 in Afghanistan where he was awarded a Bronze Star. He serves as the Reserve Air Attaché to Liberia.
Lester E. Lyles is the CEO of The Lyles Group. He chairs the "Rationale and Goals of the U.S. Civil Space Program" committee of the National Academies and the DoD Military Leadership Diversity Commission. Lyles was a member of The President's Commission on U.S. Space Policy and the Review of U.S. Human Space Flight Plans Committee. During a distinguished 35-year career in the U.S. Air Force, General Lyles served in many senior leadership positions including Commander, Air Force Materiel Command; Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force; and Director of the Defense Department’s Ballistic Missile Defense Organization.
Judith A. Miller is the former Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Bechtel Group, Inc. Miller is currently a member of the Defense Science Board and a member of the Executive Committee and Council of the American Bar Association. She serves on the Executive Committee of the Atlantic Council and as a member of Markle Foundation Task Force on National Security in the Information Age. From 1994 to 2000, Ms. Miller served as General Counsel for the Department of Defense. She was formerly a partner with Williams & Connolly LLP in Washington, D.C., and has clerked for Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart. Miller graduated summa cum laude from Wisconsin’s Beloit College and received her law degree from Yale Law School.
Linda Mills is President of Information Systems at Northrop Grumman. She has held numerous positions within Northrop Grumman including president of the former Information Technology sector and vice president of Mission Assurance/Six Sigma within the company’s former Mission Systems sector. Mills was awarded the Northrop Grumman CEO Leadership Award in 2000, 2001 and 2005, and she was listed as one of “Washington’s Top 100 Tech Titans” by the Washingtonian Magazine in 2009.
Arthur L. Money is president of ALM Consulting. Former positions include Assistant Secretary of Defense and the Department of Defense CIO, as well as Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Research, Development, and Acquisition. Prior to that, Money was VP and Deputy General Manager of TRW's Avionics and Surveillance Group and held various positions with ESL Inc. (a subsidiary of TRW) from 1972 to 1994, including President from 1990 to 1995. Money is the first Chairman of the FBI's Science and Technology Advisory Board appointed in September 2003.
Harry D. Raduege, Jr., is Chairman of the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation. Raduege retired after serving 35 years in the U.S. Air Force. He worked in the areas of technology, including telecommunications, space, information and network operations. He served more than 17 years in joint duty assignments. In his last position, he led Department of Defense netcentric operations as the director of the Defense Information Systems Agency.
Lou Von Thaer is President of General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, a position he has held since March 2005. Prior to becoming president, Von Thaer was Senior Vice President of Operations for General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems. Von Thaer joined General Dynamics as Vice President of Engineering and Chief Technical Officer when his previous employer, the Advanced Technology Systems division of Lucent Technologies, was acquired. Von Thaer serves as a member of the Defense Science Board.