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Our Team

This org chart shows the steering committee, program manager, and then NASCTN as a collection of SMEs, Engineers, and supporting items.

NASCTN Steering Committee Members

Lynna McGrath DoD lynna.h.mcgrath.civ [at]
William (Bill) Horne NASA william.horne [at]

Marla Dowell

NIST marla.dowell [at]
Ivan Navarro NOAA ivan.navarro [at]
Bevin (Ashley) Zauderer NSF bezauder [at]
Sheryl Genco NTIA sgenco [at]

The NASCTN Member Steering Committee provides guidance, approval, and governance for NASCTN activities.  Each Member representative serves as the primary point-of-contact for NASCTN to their home organization and is responsible for disseminating information regarding NASCTN projects and operations to interested stakeholders within the representative's organization.

NASCTN Core Team hosted by NIST

Melissa Midzor NASCTN Program Manager NIST melissa.midzor [at]
Amanda Hyman Administrative Officer / Division Office Manager NIST amanda.hyman [at]
Duncan McGillivray Chief Engineer NIST duncan.a.mcgillivray [at]
Adam Wunderlich Lead Data Scientist NIST adam.wunderlich [at]
Matthew Briel Project Manager NIST matthew.briel [at]
Brandon Chamberlin Network Engineer NIST brandon.chamberlin [at]
Jack Sklar Data Scientist

NIST Associate

jack.sklar [at]
Keith Forsyth Test Bench Engineer NIST Associate keith.forsyth [at]
Joe Mruk RF/Antennae Engineering The MITRE Corp. jmruk [at]

Each NASCTN project leverages SMEs, engineers, and test resources from our multiple Member agencies.  In addition, a small dynamic and transdisciplinary Core Team, comprising of fundamental skill sets needed for all projects, is hosted at NIST to enable rapid start-up of projects and continuity of knowledge.

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Created December 29, 2016, Updated February 1, 2021