Fast Rope Notes Dayton 9.9.16
David Hart & Lynn Moad, Facilitators
Attending: David Hart, Lynn Moad, Bob Fudge, Dan Marion, Billy Grill, Julie Eitniear, Rick Reed, Al Mink, Dave Ramos, Steve Barry, Kyle Wagers, Chaya Patel
· Legal Update with Suzanne Sumner, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, including SBA's Expansion of the Mentor-Protégé Program. Links to Docs uploaded to Fast Rope Portal Below:
o Update to SBA Expansion.pdf
o SBA Issues Final Rule.pdf
o Chamges to SBA-Sept 6.pdf
§ Suzanne Sumner / Partner, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP
§ 40 North Main Street, Suite 1700 Dayton, Ohio 45423-1029
§ Tel: 937.228.2838 • Fax: 937.228.2816 Direct: 937.641.1752
§ www.taftlaw.com / firstname.lastname@example.org / LinkedIn
· David Hart,
o Segue introduces new Care Giver Application, now live, low cost and available to the public. Website: https://www.caringvillage.com/
§ Who is Caring Village? Privately Held Company based in Arlington, Virginia
§ Corporate Structure. Wholly-Owned Subsidiary of Segue Technologies, Inc.
§ Financial Structure. Self-funded
§ The Caring Village Story. We created Caring Village because we understand first-hand how difficult it can be both emotionally and physically to provide care for someone in need of assistance. We’ve taken our shared experiences with caregiving to deliver an innovative app and dashboard for both care professionals, and the families they serve, to deliver the best care possible and improve the customer experience.
§ For More Information, please contact: Jennifer Taylor, Jennifer.email@example.com
o Irv Ramirez, formerly CACI in Dayton, now at Peerless firstname.lastname@example.org
o Sam Greenwood past away, funeral this week. Sam was very involved in Dayton Wright AFCEA and owner of Greentree.
o Kerry Taylor no longer with Ohio Aerospace Hub, in fact Ohio Aerospace Hub no longer exists, his resume at the bottom of the notes.
· Al Mink riding across US on a bicycle, promoting STEM via AFCEA, email@example.com
· AFLCMC Life Cycle Industry Days (LCID), Our goals for Life Cycle Industry Days are to continue existing and forge new relationships between government and industry senior leaders and their multifunctional teams; provide a forum to discuss near and long-term requirements; and provide an opportunity for large and small business to discuss possible partnerships. We will provide current and projected warfighting requirements, technology, and cost saving/innovative initiatives. We have been working closely with our industry partners to ensure we maximize the return on investment for all who attend. The overall LCID focus is on the life cycle management across AFLCMC portfolios. Specifically, we'll focus on Propulsion, ISR & SOF, Mobility, Tankers, Agile Combat Support, Fighter/Bomber, and Foreign Military Sales. September 14-15 will be filled with discussions of AF requirements and discussion areas. September 16 is dedicated to one-on-one discussions between Air Force and Industry. The event will also accommodate opportunity discussions between large and small businesses for future partnering. The location for LCID is the University of Dayton River Campus. The River Campus is located at the former NCR World Headquarters, 1700 South Patterson Blvd Dayton, Ohio 45469. Please contact my POCs, Tim Frey, 937-904-6999, and Mary Hagan, 937-904-5507, should you have any questions. Please mark your calendars now and I look forward to seeing you at the event! http://www.wpafb.af.mil/lcid
· Air Force Marathon, Sep 17, 2016, http://www.usafmarathon.com/
· Ohio Defense Forum, October 5 – 6, 2016, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, Hosted by Congressman Michael Turner, Communities that host Department of Defense organizations play an important part in supporting military missions. With on-going discussions such as Base Realignments and Closure (BRAC), budget cuts and partnership initiatives, the Ohio Defense Forum will feature defense experts who will outline the current defense environment, and share best practices for keeping Ohio’s military installations strong. We invite you to SAVE THE DATE and attend the 2016, Ohio Defense Forum. Website and Registration info coming soon!
· AFCEA ACE Alamo Cyber Conference, December 5-8, San Antonio, http://wwCw.alamoace.org/
· AFCEA NOVA Air Force IT Day, December 8, 2016, Sheraton Tysons Corner, https://www.afceanova.org/
Phone: (937) 344-8731
A high performing executive with a proven track record of accomplishments by leading and managing complex public and private organizations and programs. A “get’er done” work ethic with a penchant of successfully building programs from concept to implementation.
Expertise in providing business and economic development, strategic planning, diplomacy, government and military resource management, program and project management, organizational leadership and operations, team building, and corporate strategy creation and implementation.
70th Intelligence Wing, Fort Meade, Maryland
· Led business and personnel activities for the Air Force’s largest global Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance organization, consisting of 6500 employees in 21 worldwide locations while managing the Wing’s $25M budget
· Built and led Wing teams to solve critical intelligence and communications challenges between national and Air Force organizations to better conduct the war on terrorism resulting in the establishment of the National Tactical Integration program with additional budget increase of $14M and 75 employees.
· Directed daily operations of a geographically dispersed, 850 employee, European-based Air Force intelligence organization
· Shaped and managed $7.4M budget; interfaced and coordinated with Air Force’s senior leaders in developing and implementing Europe’s intelligence and reconnaissance war fighting strategies
· Created and oversaw the first Air Force war fighting headquarters intelligence operations by merging disparate intelligence resources resulting in communications, command, and control optimization
· Created new Air Force position facilitating the integration of foreign intelligence assessments with the operations of the Air Force’s European-based intelligence organizations
· Coalesced European government, US national and Air Force intelligence resources to provide seamless day-to-day intelligence operations across the European and Mideast theaters
· Developed concepts and strategies to consolidate intelligence personnel and organizations tasked to integrate similar intelligence resources across Europe resulting in a 200% faster coordination response time to environmental changes
REFERENCES: Available upon request