The nearly four-decade military veteran led the Army Materiel Command from 2008 to 2012 and managed nearly 69, 000 staff members stationed in the U.S. and 145 other countries, L-3 said Wednesday.
“She is an accomplished, strategic leader, with a wealth of experience in the complexities of global logistics and large-scale operations, ” said Michael Strianese, L-3’s chairman, president and CEO.
“Her exemplary military achievements and broad scope of managerial responsibilities make her a strong addition to L-3’s board, ” Strianese added.
While in the military, she also served as a strategic planner for the Army’s chief of staff and as executive officer at the Defense Logistics Agency.
She retired from the Army in October.