Prior to joining TMAC, Lynn was Director of Operations, promoted to CEO of the NIST Baldrige Performance Excellence Program serving Texas and Puerto Rico. With a nationwide network of centers, this program was created by the Department of Commerce to improve the competitiveness and performance of U.S. organizations. Lynn served on the national Alliance for Performance Excellence Board as Director and Governance Committee Chair. Prior to her role as CEO, Lynn worked 22 years in the manufacturing industry at Sanden International and Zenith Distributing where she gained an in-depth working knowledge of manufacturing operations and hands on experience in key processes. She served on the core team at Sanden International which led to the organization winning the Deming Prize, and state level Baldrige award. Prior to transitioning to manufacturing, she held senior leadership positions in the commercial property & casualty insurance industry where she worked closely with the State Board of Insurance focusing on Audit, Risk Management, Finance & Accounting, and Mergers & Acquisitions. Additionally, Lynn managed multiple startup operations throughout the Southwest while working for American International Group.
Lynn is a member of the American Society for Quality, Women in Manufacturing, a Certified Manager of Quality and Organizational Excellence, LSS Black Belt, state/national Baldrige examiner, Shingo alumni, and ASQ International Team Excellence Judge. She was a state Shingo examiner, served as a member of the ASQ CMQ/OE Body of Knowledge Review Board, contributor to the Baldrige Framework, and guest speaker on TV/radio talk shows in TX, NM, and Puerto Rico. Additionally, Lynn served as Adjunct Faculty at Dallas College and Quality Texas Training Institute. She currently serves as NDIA Lonestar and Sooner States President, and is a member of the Manufacturing, and Small Business Divisions at the national level.

Mr. Michael Morford – Executive Vice President, Secretary/Treasurer

Michael Morford is the Co-Founder and the visionary of the base architecture for Sustainment Technologies Inc, an online software platform that efficiently connects the fragmented ecosystem of the US manufacturing industry with large-scale buyers to enable efficient, secure, onshore, America-first supplier networks. Michael spun Sustainment out of his portfolio holding company, VertiPrime Government Services, a company focused primarily on manufacturing structural airframe replacement parts for the U.S. Air Force’s aging fleet of fighter jets and long-range bombers. Michael is co-lead of an on-going, multi-year academic investigation examining the applications of Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning…Read More


Mr. Jeff Moses – VP Innovation

Strategy Principle at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Jeff Moses joined the Lockheed Martin team in 2019 and serves as a senior strategist in Aeronautics’ Enterprise and Campaign Strategy organization. This is in direct support for the F-35 weapon system to analyze, develop and curate products to crystallize understanding and decision options for the F-35 as it relates to the United States Department of Defense. Prior to joining Lockheed Martin, Jeff served in the United States Marine Corps first as an enlisted Marine in artillery and then, after commissioning, he accrued 5,000+ hours in the KC-130J and 11 different aircraft. Throughout his career he completed 7 combat tours…Read More 

Mr. Jared Febbroriello – VP Legal and Regulatory Affair

Mr. Febbroriello is a Texas and Massachusetts licensed attorney with experience representing prime and subcontracting defense companies assisting them with regulations promulgated by the State Department (DDTC), Department of Defense (DCMA, PARCA), the Commerce Department (BIS) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE). He regularly works with firearms and munitions companies on a variety of matters ranging from the ITAR and export compliance to general corporate matters and litigation risk management. Mr. Febbroriello has worked extensively with microcap and small cap growth companies on various United States stock exchanges and quotation systems including the NYSE, NASDAQ and OTC Markets and he has successfully closed PIPE financed RTOs and registered offerings for companies valued up to $500,000,000….Read More 

Lex Keen is the CEO of Secure Foundry, a technology firm specializing in commercializing and domesticating high end microelectronics for the US Government. They currently support DoD programs of record with anti-tamper microelectronics and provide quantum encryption to Indiana’s 5G zone. His current focus is standing up a low volume semiconductor market anchored in SecureFoundry’s globally unique Multi eBeam Direct Write Lithography system, currently installed at the Northrop Grumman Advanced Technology Lab.
Mr. Keen is a reservist, currently assigned to the Marine Corps Innovation Unit, managing wargaming, experimentation and prototypes. He previously served as the Technical Director at US Cyber Command and NATO’s Quantum Expert Group.

Ms. Emily Kimmett
Ms. Emily Kimmett

Ms. Emily Kimmett – VP Membership

Emily L. Kimmett has multi-industry experience as a Business and Proposal Development professional with experience in test engineering, marketing, state lobbying, UAS programs, and project management.
In addition to performing all aspects of business development, she continues to work as a practitioner directly supporting clients as a Color Team Reviewer and Trainer…Read More

Ms. Beth Lahaie
Ms. Beth Lahaie

Ms. Beth Lahaie – VP Publicity, Expo Event Chair, Interim Cybersecurity Committee Chair

Beth Lahaie is a Sales Strategy Consultant, Data Science Beagle. Proud to be a Texas Aggie, Class of ’87, Beth launched an enterprise sales career with AT&T and moved on to Silicon Valley software companies, including a VC backed startup where she proved her executive chops and built a sales force from the ground up to launch 20 markets nationwide in under a year. Referred to as a Trail Blazer, her experience has won numerous
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