Jamie Ayinde serves as the Electronic Attack Training Lead for AASKI Technologies, Inc, which focuses on providing warfighters the next generation of Multi-Functional Electronic Warfare equipment. She is also a member of the Indiana Air National Guard’s 113th Air Support Operation Squadron, which coordinates ground and aerial ISR and attack assets during joint operations. Previously, Jamie was the first qualified Electronic Warfare Specialist in the Indiana Army National Guard and Position, Navigation, and Timing Program Manager for an engineering services firm. Her time in uniform was spent planning, coordinating, and executing cyber electromagnetic activities and operations across all echelons. Out of uniform, she managed multiple contracts responsible for understanding the challenges for multiple service organizations search for assured position, navigation, and timing and the downstream effects of a challenged PNT environment on families of systems and platforms. Jamie earned her B.S. from Grantham University. During her military career, she was awarded a Meritorious Service Medal, multiple Army Commendation and Achievement Medals, and an Air Force Commendation Medal. Jamie is a member of the Association of Old Crows, Institute of Navigation, and Women in Defense organizations
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