Vickie Woodard Joins USfalcon as Vice President of Business Development


USfalcon is pleased to announce that Vickie “Wiz” Woodard has joined USfalcon as the Vice President of Business Development. Vickie is a retired Air Force Colonel with nearly 40 years of experience in increasing levels of management and leadership responsibilities associated with complex Air Force, DoD, Space and Cyber programs; 15 of those years she provided all aspects of strategy, business development and capture associated with DoD and IC to include C4ISR, training, information technology and full-spectrum cyber operations as a defense contractor. Prior to joining USfalcon, Vickie was the Vice President for Business Development for the Cyber Network Solutions Group at Alion Science and Technology Corporation where she was responsible for the pipeline health, strategy and growth of the Group.

Vickie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Russian and East European Studies from Kent State University and a Master’s degree in International Relations from Troy State University (Ramstein Germany Campus). While serving in the Air Force as an Intelligence officer she held various leadership positions at USSPACECOM/NORAD, USSTRATCOM, National Space and Air Intelligence Center, US Forces Korea US Forces Europe, AF Space Command and Air Combat Command.

Jerry Tussing, USfalcon COO, stated “Vickie brings with her exceptional leadership skills and experience coupled with a strong track record of success in business development. She is a great addition to our leadership team and we look forward to her contributions toward the continued success in expanding our new business base and providing exceptional customer-focused support.”

USfalcon is a mid-tier growing professional services company supporting a diverse and global customer base of DoD and Federal Agencies since 1984. We deliver core capabilities in Aviation, Space, Information Technology, and Business Operations Support Services. We foster close and trusted relationships with our customers, partners, and employees.

Source: USfalcon


Categories: Federal Government

Tags: Aerospace, DoD, Federal, USfalcon

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