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Beverly J. Seay
Vice President and General Manager
Beverly Seay is the Vice President and General Manager of CAE’s Integrated Enterprise Solutions (IES) division. She has global responsibility for developing and executing modeling and simulation services in CAE’s adjacent markets. These markets include emergency/disaster management, critical infrastructure, C4ISR, healthcare, and defense. The IES group is charged with offering clients comprehensive and integrated simulation-based product and service solutions that ultimately help support decision-making in mission-critical environments.
Mrs. Seay has been a prominent business executive in the Central Florida modeling and simulation community for 24 years. She led the innovation of key pioneering approaches in systems engineering, modeling and simulation, and the delivery of complex, composable software and hardware systems. These innovations included the U.S. Army’s One Semi Automated Forces (OneSAF®), the Synthetic Environment Core (SE Core) constructive and virtual simulation programs, and the Army’s Common Driver Trainer (CDT).
Mrs. Seay’s current University Board memberships include the Board of Trustees at the University of Central Florida, the Georgia Tech College of Computing Advisory Board, University of Nebraska’s Peter Kiewit Institute Advisory Board, and University of Central Florida’s Engineering and Computer Science Advisory Board. Mrs. Seay’s recent appointments include the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Modeling and Simulation Advisory Council, the Florida for Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Executive Advisory Group, and the National Center for Collaboration in Medical Modeling Simulation (NCCMMS). She is also a member of the Florida High Tech Corridor Council. Mrs. Seay holds a Master of Science degree in Computers, Information and Control Engineering and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of Michigan.
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