Siemens Government Technologies President and CEO Tina Dolph has been appointed as one of the newest board members at the National Defense University Foundation.
In supporting the foundation’s philanthropic mission, Dolph will join new board members Swami Iyer, president of Aerospace Systems for Virgin Galactic Holdings; Sarah Mineiro, senior director for space strategy at Anduril Industries; and Pat Tamburrino, vice president at LMI.
Dolph heads the separate but affiliated U.S. government arm of technology firm Siemens. With project teams across the U.S. and internationally, Siemens Government Technologies provides Siemens products, technologies and software to help solve some government challenges in energy, automation and digitalization.
“These Board appointments further our strategic efforts to partner with business, industry, and other organizations to ensure the National Defense University remains the international community’s premier institution for national security, public diplomacy, and global security education,” said Vice President of Boeing Global Services and NDU Foundation Chairman Rear Adm. Michael Manazir.
The foundation described the board appointments as a further step in its efforts to broaden and diversify its operational capabilities into key aspects consistent with its philanthropic mission.
“These appointees have demonstrated the ability to innovate new ideas and solutions in critically relevant domains of energy, space, cyber, nuclear capabilities, and national defense and security,” Manazir added.