As the UH-60V Subject Matter Expert at the Prototype Integration Facility (PIF) on Redstone Arsenal, Lindsey Barron continues to serve the Utility Helicopter Program Office after eight years of service to the program. Her skills have been vital in the development of the UH-60V Program, modernizing the UH-60L fleet to a digital cockpit. Today she works with her Army customer, colleagues at the PIF, colleagues at Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD), and industry to execute production of these aircraft for fielding to the warfighter. In addition to her work with the Army, Lindsey works as part of the Business Development team at Signalink, providing dedication and leadership to ensure the company continues to prosper.
As a native of Madison County, Lindsey has a passion for serving our community. She serves on the Board of the National Children’s Advocacy Center, and is extremely active with Signalink Serves, the company’s community service group. Lindsey volunteers with Kids to Love, Downtown Rescue Mission, 305 8th Street, and many other non-profit organizations throughout Madison County. Lindsey and her husband, Tommy, are foster parents through Madison County DHR, and to date have five children, two of which have been adopted from foster care.