Jennifer Krischer, vice president and general manager of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency programs at Maxar Technologies, will lead a panel discussion with four defense and intelligence sector representatives at ExecutiveBiz’s Dual-Use Technology in Space Defense Forum on Tuesday, Feb. 15.
Four officials from the NGA, Army, Air Force and the Space Force will serve as panelists to share their insights on the role of commercial geospatial intelligence capabilities in the military and national security decision-making process.
Gina Donnelly, a GEOINT analyst at the NGA, formerly worked for the Army as a signals intelligence analyst and cryptologic Russian linguist. She joined the intelligence community to support the Department of Defense’s joint counterterrorism operations following her tenure at the service branch.
Col. Joseph O’Callaghan is a fire support officer for the Army’s XVIII airborne corps. His military career, which began in 1994, has included work at Army Special Operations Aviation Command, as well as various artillery teams.
Maj. Gen. Aaron Prupas, director for defense intelligence warfighter support at USAF, oversees policy and resource management to support the intelligence needs of combatant commands and various national security organizations. He supported combat operations Southern Watch, Enduring Freedom and Allied Force.
Joseph Rouge serves as deputy director of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance at USSF and advises the chief of space operations on intelligence-related matters. He formerly advised USAF on space and cyber ISR as a defense intelligence sector leader.
William Nelson, director of the Army’s Assured Position, Navigation and Timing/Space Cross Functional Team, will headline the Dual-Use Technology in Space Defense Forum.
Visit the EBiz Events page to learn more about the upcoming forum.