Marilyn T. Gaska, PhD
Dr. Marilyn Gaska is currently the Corporate Logistics and Sustainment Chief Engineer and Fellow in the Chief Engineering and Program Operations organization at Lockheed Martin Corporation, Bethesda, Maryland. At Lockheed Martin, she is responsible for the sustainment vision and technology roadmap to include materials and advanced manufacturing for sustainment applications. Externally she is the chair of American Makes Additive Manufacturing Maintenance and Sustainment Advisory Group started in 2015, co-chairing AM Workshops with OSD. Marilyn also led the Manufacturing Environment Team for the NDIA Cybersecurity for Advanced Manufacturing (CFAM) 2016 effort. She is co-author of an article in the Defense Acquisition University AT&L Magazine Special Edition on Additive Manufacturing. She is also on the planning committee for the Aircraft Airworthiness and Sustainment Conference. She was the Chair of the Aerospace and Defense Special Industry Group of the Supply Chain Council in 2001-2. Marilyn’s Ph.D. degree in Systems Science and Industrial Engineering was received from Binghamton University in 1999. Marilyn graduated from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY with Bachelor’s and Masters of Science degrees.