The US National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) has appointed Ashley Bunce as Executive Director of Women In Defense.
The NDIA affiliate, Women In Defense, supports the advancement and recognition of women in national security.
Bunce most recently served as Women In Defense's Associate Director. She comes to Women In Defense from the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
In her new role at Women In Defense, she will be responsible for leading the strategic direction of the organization, cultivating external relationships and developing and executing key programming that provides professional networking, promotes professional growth and develops leaders.
"Women In Defense is in a period of accelerated growth and expansion," said NDIA President and CEO Gen. Craig McKinley, USAF (Ret.).
"With Ashley at the helm, Women In Defense will be able to provide even more dynamic, forward-thinking professional development opportunities to further the educational and career objectives of those involved and will actively be a part of creating a more diverse national security marketplace." McKinley added.
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