Vice President of Microelectronics
Gail Walters serves as Vice President of Microelectronics for ARI. She has more than 40 years of microelectronics experience in engineering, technical management, program management and consulting for the U.S. government and private industry. Microchips she has designed are in F-14s, Bradley Fighting Vehicles and numerous other critical platforms. She has designed or led design teams on more than 200 chips for commercial and defense applications, and has led numerous microelectronics research and development programs for government, commercial and defense contractor customers.
Most recently she was a microelectronics subject matter expert for the Intelligence Advanced Research Programs Activity (IARPA), which is within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Previously, she has held corporate and senior technical positions in large and small high-tech hardware companies as well as an individual contributor. Among her roles were chief scientist, chief business officer, chief operating officer, executive vice president, vice president of operations and vice president of engineering.
Walters earned her Bachelor of Science in Physics from Purdue University and a Master’s of Science in Physics from Indiana University.