Operations Points of Contact

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Operations Points of Contact


For further information regarding NDIA Divisions, events and other participation opportunities, contact any of the following:

Major General Barry D. Bates, USA (Ret.), Vice President of Operations. General Bates brings more than 32 years of experience in a broad array of Army and joint logistics, training and business-oriented assignments to NDIA Operations. Operations is NDIA's largest department, responsible for administrative and logistics support to 33 of NDIA's 36 Divisions, as well as meeting planning support for most of NDIAs major meetings and technology exhibitions.

Barry D. Bates

Major General, USA (Ret)

Vice President, Operations

Tel: (703) 247-2559

Email: bbates@ndia.org

Liza Jones

Executive Assistant/Budget Analyst

Tel: (703) 247-2560

Email: ljones@ndia.org

Nery Cruz

Conference Administrator

Tel: (703) 247-9464

Email: ncruz@ndia.org

Capt. Bruce Roulstone, USN (Ret.), Assistant Vice President, Operations, is responsible for the Strike, Land Attack and Air Defense; Undersea Warfare; Bomb & Warhead; Missile Defense; Munitions; Space; Manufacturing; Homeland Security; Health Affairs; Tactical Wheeled Vehicle; and Combat Vehicles Divisions. Capt. Roulstone's 30-year naval career reflects a wide range of experience in naval and joint warfare areas. He has served in both the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets, as well as in Europe. Bruce is also NDIA's lead for events conducted in support of the U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. PACOM.

Bruce Roulstone

Assistant Vice President

Tel: (703) 247-2574

Email: broulstone@ndia.org

Angie DeKleine, CAE, CMP CEM

Associate Director

Tel: (703) 247-2599

Email: adekleine@ndia.org

Kimberly Williams

Meeting Planner

Tel: (703) 247-2578

E-Mail: kwilliams@ndia.org

Tia Pitt

Meeting Planner

Tel: (703) 247-9467

E-Mail: tpitt@ndia.org

Ms. Christy J. Mason, CMP, is the Operations Director for Science & Engineering Technology; Targets & UAVs; Combat Survivability; Special Operations/Low Intensity Conflict; Human Systems; Test & Evaluation; C4ISR; Security, Stability, Transition and Reconstruction; and Expeditionary Warfare Divisions. …

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