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ASRC Federal Names Lockheed Vet Rachel Jackson Aviation Programs VP; Ken Asbury Comments

Rachel Jackson

ASRC Federal has appointed aerospace and aviation industry consultant Rachel Jackson vice president for strategic and aviation programs, the company announced Tuesday.

Ken Asbury

She will be responsible for developing and implementing strategic growth campaigns and will serve as the company’s primary interface to industry partners.

“Rachel has been involved in major modernization efforts, senior advisory planning, and enhanced airspace security programs, ” said President and CEO Ken Asbury. “Rachel’s extensive experience in both domestic and international arenas is an asset to ASRC Federal and our subsidiaries as we support the federal civilian and Department of Defense agencies in space and aviation.”

Before joining the company, she served as director of transportation programs within Lockheed Martin‘s (NYSE: LMT) Washington operations organization, where she was responsible for government relations, strategy and stakeholder outreach for civil aviation policy and programs.

Before that, she served as director for domestic and international aviation business, where she managed aviation program business development worldwide.

Jackson is a board member and treasurer of the Air Traffic Control Association and is an adviser to the nonprofit organization Aviation Workforce Development Inc.

She previously served as chair of the Aerospace Industries Association’s unmanned aircraft systems subcommittee and the ATCA’s public relations committee.

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