President & CEO, Siemens Government Technologies Inc.
Tina Dolph is President and CEO of Siemens Government Technologies (SGT), Inc., a leading integrator of Siemens’ innovative products, technologies and services for programs and requirements at federal government agencies and departments in the areas of energy generation, transmission, distribution and efficiency, infrastructure modernization, industrial applications and integrated electric power solutions for the air, land and sea domains.
An accomplished executive leader with more than two decades of government industry experience, Ms. Dolph began her career with GE Aerospace in the early 1990’s. She has held wide-ranging operational and functional roles at leading federal contractors including Lockheed Martin, PAE and ASRC Federal. Most recently, she served as Chief Strategy Officer at CRDF Global, a non-profit focused on promoting global safety, security and stability through science and innovation.
Known as a collaborative leader, Ms. Dolph has often led large, diverse teams through complex transitions. She was instrumental in Lockheed Martin’s integration of and subsequent divestiture of PAE, Inc., where she served in executive leadership positions culminating as Executive Vice President, Company Operations for a $2 billion enterprise. During her tenure at PAE, she also served as COO, and, led the Global Stability and Development Division where she had full profit and loss responsibility for the $600 million business unit with 3,000 employees serving the Departments of State and Defense, the United Nations and commercial clients across the globe. She led the integration of the Applied Technologies Division of CSC with PAE, which represented revenue of over $400 million and an employee population of over 5,000, with 38 collective bargaining agreements across the U.S.
Ms. Dolph has earned recognition for her achievements in the government marketplace, and was most recently selected for inclusion in WashingtonExec’s “Top 25 Execs to Watch in 2019” and was named a Wash100 recipient by Executive Mosaic. She serves on the Northern Virginia Technology Council Board of Directors.
Active in community service initiatives, Ms. Dolph has served as the President of the Battlefield High School Choral Booster Club since 2015.
Ms. Dolph earned her B.S. in Business Administration from Le Moyne College and has an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
CFO Siemens Government Technologies, Inc.
John Ustica is the Chief Financial Officer for Siemens Government Technologies, Inc., the integrator of Siemens’ innovative products, technologies and services for programs and requirements at federal government agencies and departments in the areas of energy generation, transmission, distribution and efficiency, infrastructure modernization, industrial applications and integrated electric power solutions for the air, land and sea domains.
Previously, Mr. Ustica was the General Manager for Generator Products at Siemens Energy Facility in Charlotte, NC, where he also led strategic product initiatives for the global generator manufacturing network.
During his 17 years with Siemens Power Generation, Mr. Ustica held roles with increasing responsibility, ranging from internal audits for large turnkey project sites to managing a central finance team that was responsible for financial work streams and a strategic acquisition. Mr. Ustica was Plant Controller for the Fort Payne Operations, where he was responsible for profit and loss as CFO for the manufacturing plant. He also served as the Director of Finance at the Generator facility in Mulheim, Germany, where he was responsible for all financial aspects of the business, including the financial development of new generator products. Mr. Ustica was the Plant Manager for the Siemens Energy Facility for Electrical Components in Fort Payne, AL. During his time in Fort Payne, he led a team involved in reducing lead times by 20% on core products and created an Apprenticeship Program in collaboration with a local community college.
Mr. Ustica received his BS BA in Finance from the University of Central Florida in 2001 and his MBA from Rollins College in 2005. He was recently named to the Charlotte Business Journal’s Top 40 Business Leaders Under 40, and, serves on the Board of Advisors at Queen University’s McColl School of Business and the Board of Directors at Boys Scouts of America, Mecklenburg County Council.
COO, Siemens Government Technologies, Inc.
Alan Bloodgood is Chief Operating Officer for Siemens Government Technologies, Inc., a leading integrator of Siemens’ innovative products, technologies and services for programs and requirements at federal government agencies and departments in the areas of energy generation, transmission, distribution and efficiency, infrastructure modernization, industrial applications and integrated electric power solutions for the air, land and sea domains.
Prior to joining Siemens in December 2014, Mr. Bloodgood was Senior Vice President for Commercial Products and Services at the Metron Aviation unit of Airbus Prosky. He had overall responsibility for commercial projects in Australia, China, Columbia, Europe, Hong Kong, Mexico, Singapore, and South Africa. Previously at Metron, Mr. Bloodgood had responsibility for Metron’s Research Infrastructure as well as executive responsibility for all Metron Aviation support to FAA contracts, including SE-2020.
Mr. Bloodgood joined Metron Aviation from Lockheed Martin, where he held numerous leadership positions in aviation, ATM programs and Homeland Security Programs. As Director of Aviation and Advanced Project Development, Mr. Bloodgood engineered and deployed high-reliability Communication, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS) ATM systems for a global customer base. He was also responsible for the overall development of ATM technology and investment strategy for U.S. and international operations. In his most recent position at Lockheed Martin, as Director of Homeland Security Solutions, he managed largescale programs in the areas of credentialing, border security and air security. He was also the Program Manager for the Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) program.
Mr. Bloodgood was a recipient of a 2019 Federal 100 Award, an annual award celebrating achievements in federal government information technology. He was recognized for his work in leading energy efficiency and savings programs for government customers totaling more than $1 billion.
Mr. Bloodgood has degrees in both business and engineering. He received a Master’s of Business Administration, with a concentration in Finance, from the University of Maryland and completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania with a concentration in Computer Engineering and Economics.
CHRO, Siemens Government Technologies, Inc.
Lindsay Weissbratten is the Chief Human Resource Officer at Siemens Government Technologies (SGT), a leading integrator of Siemens’ innovative products, technologies and services for programs and requirements at federal government agencies and departments in the areas of energy generation, transmission, distribution and efficiency, infrastructure modernization, industrial applications and integrated electric power solutions for the air, land and sea domains.
With more than two decades of experience developing programs and leading effective teams in the nonprofit, commercial software, technology and aerospace & defense industries, Ms. Weissbratten leads the central people strategy for SGT in a rapidly evolving federal marketplace.
Ms. Weissbratten spent a decade at General Dynamics (GD), where she led new talent acquisition practices tied to rapidly evolving business needs, and developed best-in-class career and organizational development programs that helped her spearhead the integration of talent programming for a diverse commercial product organization. While at GD, she was a key member of the leadership team that stood up Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions – serving as the Vice President of People and Culture at a dynamic new business enterprise – and applied critical surge staffing leadership and integration strategies during a period of rapid acquisition and global expansion. Prior to her current role, she was responsible for the human capital strategy at the Institute for Building Technology & Safety.
A career learner, Ms. Weissbratten earned her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from James Madison University and a master’s in Organizational Sciences from George Washington University. During her academic career, she has studied abroad in England, France, Italy, Spain, and the Dominican Republic.
Thomas C. Greer
Director of Communications and Public Relations
Thomas Greer is responsible for all communications activities at Siemens Government Technologies (SGT), encompassing internal and external communications programs, marketing, advertising and media relations.
Prior to joining SGT, Mr. Greer led all communications activities for Operation Homefront, a Charity Navigator four-star military nonprofit addressing the stability and security needs of military families. While at Operation Homefront, he was responsible for the full suite of engagement and outreach with constituencies including the media, military and government leaders, employees, partner organizations and the public relations teams of Fortune 100 corporate foundations and philanthropic supporters.
Before Operation Homefront, Mr. Greer spent more than a dozen years with Lockheed Martin, where he progressed rapidly through a series of challenging assignments demonstrating acumen in a variety of roles. In 2004, he helped lead national media relations following the abduction of an employee overseas, and through a critical leadership assignment in 2009, led employee and media communications following the cancellation of the presidential helicopter program, resulting in a staff reduction of 25% at the corporation’s Owego, NY site. He also co-led a team that developed the communication plan to dissolve the Electronic Systems business area, saving the corporation approximately $50 million annually.
A U.S. Navy veteran, Mr. Greer served as aide to the Navy’s Chief of Information in the Pentagon and led all public relations activities for Navy SEAL training in Coronado, Calif, developing an entirely new SEAL recruiting website and leading the production of an award-winning documentary on SEAL training in 1999.
Mr. Greer holds a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science from the University of Virginia and a Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security from the University of Maryland University College.