Leigh Anne Alexander
Director, Integrated Logistics Support Center [ILSC], U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command [AMLC]
Ms. Leigh Anne Alexander is the Director of the Integrated Logistics Support Center (ILSC) at Fort Detrick, MD. As the command's senior acquisition leader, she is directly responsible for the planning, strategy, and implementation of the Army's medical materiel systems lifecycle logistics and sustainment management. She provides direction and oversight to the Acquisition and Materiel Synchronization Division, Readiness and Sustainment (R&S) Directorate, Logistics and Technical Support Directorate, and Logistics Assistance Program Directorate. Ms. Alexander is responsible for synchronizing acquisition functions and sustainment strategies across the medical product lifecycle, through modernization, divesture, and the transition to sustainment (T2S) processes.
Prior to this assignment, Ms. Alexander served as the R&S Director, ILSC. Additionally, she has held a variety of positions within the medical acquisition community, including: Deputy Project Manager, Warfighter Expeditionary Medicine and Treatment, Project Management Office, US Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA); Acting Civilian Deputy, Principal Assistant for Acquisition, US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC); Product Manager, US Army Medical Materiel Agency (USAMMA); and Science Manager, Critical Reagents Program, Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense (JPEO-CBRND). Across these roles, Ms. Alexander managed and oversaw the cost, schedule and performance of Army and Joint medical ACAT III and IV acquisition programs and led the COVID-19 Additive Manufacturing Working Group. Previous to any government roles, she worked in the biotechnology industry in manufacturing, operations, and project management roles. Ms. Alexander resides in Walkersville, MD with her husband David Bailey and German Shepherd Dog, Chewbacca.