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Siemens’ Tina Dolph Joins Hope For The Warriors’ Board Council

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Siemens’ Tina Dolph Joins Hope For The Warriors’ Board Council

Siemens Government Technologies CEO and President Tina Dolph, a Potomac Officers Club member, has joined the seven-member board council of the Hope For The Warriors nonprofit.

The council supports the organization's mission to help veterans and their families through transitioning, sports, recreation and clinical health and wellness programs, GovCon Wire reported.

“I’ve been incredibly fortunate to spend my entire career supporting those who conduct essential U.S. government missions around the world, which wouldn’t be possible if not for those who raised their right hand and took an oath to serve our great nation," said Dolph, a two-time Wash100 inductee. 

Before she joined Siemens' federal government business unit in 2018, Dolph served as the chief strategy officer for CRDF Global, a nonprofit organization formed by the National Science Foundation.  

She spent a year as an executive vice president and general manager at FCi Federal and nearly two years as president of information and technical solutions at ASRC Federal. 

For over four years, Dolph held several leadership roles at PAE, including EVP of company operations, president of global stability and development and chief operating officer. 

She also served for 18 years in various business leadership roles at Lockheed Martin, including VP of PAE global support operations, director of business strategy, director of business operations and director of cost estimating and pricing. 

"We’re excited to have Tina join our team of dedicated military family advocates. Her expertise in government relations is critical as we continue to navigate the ever changing needs of service members, veterans and military families," Robin Kelleher, co-founder and president of Hope For The Warriors, said in a press release.

Dolph earned a master's degree in business administration and management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Lally School of Management and Technology and a bachelor's degree in business administration from Le Moyne College. 

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