Dr. Lillian Campbell-Wynn currently serves as a Modeling and Simulation Technology advisor to the Air Force Agency for Modeling and Simulation (AFAMS). In this role, she coordinates with Air Force MAJCOMs to capture training requirements for modeling and simulation capabilities. She collaborates within the services, industry and academia in identifying potential technological solutions, policy creation or implementations that address the identified requirements. Prior assignments include Simulation Training and Instrumentation Command, now Program Executive Office Simulation Training and Instrumentation as a Chief Information Officer (CIO), Deputy CIO, and Information Technology Program Manager. Special assignments include serving as Program Analysts at Army Material Command, Army Modeling and Simulation Office, International Defense Cooperation Office, American Embassy, Paris, France. She served as a technologist with the Information System Command. Dr. Campbell-Wynn has also served as an USAF advisor to the AF Mentor Protégé’ program to educate and influence the teaming of small and large business interested in modeling and simulation. Education includes a Bachelor of Business Administration, Texas A&M, Masters of Business Administration, Florida Institute of Technology. Masters of Science in Information Resources Management, Syracuse University, Masters and Doctorate of Modeling and Simulation, University of Central Florida, CIO certification, National Defense University.