Advisors to the NDIA Lone Star Chapter Board
Ms. Laurie Young – Board Advisor
Laurie A. Young is the Director of Competitive Intelligence, Competition Differentiation at Lone Star Analysis. She has been in the Competitive Intelligence field for over 30 years, working in
government and commercial industries. During her career, she supported over 500 competitive
engagements. Ms. Young is on the National SCIP Board of Advisors.
She has been the Chairman of the Dallas Chapter of Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP) since 2014…Read More
Mr. Bill Frunzi – Board Advisor
Bill Frunzi joined the Center for Innovation “The Lighthouse” in Suffolk, Virginia as a Project Manager in October 2016.
The “Lighthouse” is a dedicated facility and environment that provides advanced concept development and rigorous experimentation. Ultimately, operators and engineers come together at the Lighthouse to find the best concepts and solutions for our customers….Read More
Dr. Victor Fishman – Board Advisor
Associate Vice President for Applied Research, UT Dallas (retired)
Dr. Fishman’s responsibilities included enhancing faculty and student applied research across the University’s eight schools and creating an effective translational research infrastructure at the Applied Research Center (ARC). The ARC bridges the gap between faculty basic research and applied research, leading to sponsor-integrated solutions. The ARC is a professionally staffed, budget, schedule, and…Read More
Ms. Meredith Walker – Board Advisor
Meredith Walker is a business economist with expertise in globalization, technology and public policy analysis. Economic research interests include cyber security, sustainability, national security and economic growth. She is a member of Business Executives for National Security, and the National Defense Industrial Association Lone Star Chapter Executive Vice President and Treasurer. She also serves on the Frontiers of Flight Museum Leadership Advisory Council. Her philanthropic work focuses on military and veterans initiatives…Read More
Mr. Reggie Grant – Board Advisor
Reggie Grant is the Director of Mission Success and Program Management reporting to the Vice President of Program Performance supporting the Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control Business Area in Dallas, Texas. In this capacity, Reggie has responsibility for establishing the Mission Success and Program Management policy and procedures for MFC, and conducting preventative and corrective reviews as required. Reggie supports the enterprise by providing executive focus on the successful execution of MFC’s programs and providing support to program management teams.
Prior to this assignment, Reggie provided executive leadership to several program departments for various Department of Defense customers…Read More