Dr. Alison Brown, NAVSYS Corporation



University of California, Los Angeles

              Ph.D., Mechanics, Aerospace, and Nuclear Engineering, 1985

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

              MSc, Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1981

Cambridge University

              MA, Engineering, 1979



NAVSYS Corporation

              President and Chief Executive Officer, 1986-Present

Litton Aero Products

              GPS Systems Engineer, 1984-1986

Litton Guidance and Control

              Systems Engineer, 1981-1984

Charles Stark Draper Lab

              Draper Fellow, 1981



Positioning, navigation and timing (PNT), Global Positioning System (GPS), Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), PNT Augmentation systems, Assured PNT, Network-assisted PNT, Anti-jamming signal processing, Software Defined Radios (SDR)



Institute of Navigation Fellow; Honorary Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge; Member of International Woman's Forum; National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Board of Trustees; NDIA Rocky Mountain Chapter Small Business Vice-President; Region VIII Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board; 2009-present: Master of Foxhounds, Headwaters Hounds; 2013-present: President of Salida Business Incubator and Tri-Lakes Business Incubator; 2010-present: Board Member, Small Business Technology Council; 2007-Present: Chair, District 13 Rhodes Scholar Selection; 2007-2010: MIT Corporation Development Committee (CDC); 2006-present: Board Member, Mountain States Employers Council; 1994-2016: Member, Air Force Scientific Advisory Board; 1999-2004: Member, Air Force C2ISR Center Advisory Group; 2002-2004: Member, Interagency GPS Executive Board Independent Advisory Team (IGEB IAT); 1998-2002: GPS-3 Independent Review Team; 1993-1995, 1988: Secretary, RTCA SC-159 GPS Integrity Channel (GIC) Working Group; 1987-1988: Chairman, RTCA SC-159 Integrity Working Group; 1986-1988: Associate Research Professor, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs