POWERING THE AEROSPACE & DEFENSE SUPPLY CHAIN ECOSYSTEM (A&DSCE)
Jesse has been with IDN since 2016 holding critical leadership roles guiding the team, is highly instrumental in all accomplishments, innovations and keeping up with rapid changes in the Defense Industry.
She holds two business degrees and resides north of Indianapolis with her family while also working as an Army Reserve Officer. Jesse deployed to Afghanistan and is in her 25th year of military service. She enjoys
visiting historical landmarks with her family in their RV.
Monica has a military background and has been with IDN since 2017. She wears many hats – from Operations, Financials, staff oversight to DoD Consultant for Ecosystem members.
She holds an MBA and resides in Camby with her family and beloved pets. Monica also serves as a non-commissioned officer for the Indiana Army National Guard. Monica is a 15 year veteran and enjoys many activities with her family including ninja classes, soccer, & cooking classes.
Samantha (Sam) came to IDN in 2019 and seamlessly assumed the duties of managing the team’s financial needs. She applies her technical knowledge and expertise to help with software and systems administration and took the lead in helping to develop a customized CRM tool.
Samantha resides in Fishers with her family and menagerie of lovable animals. In her spare time, she is taking online classes, enjoying video games, and taking her dogs to parks – she is our resident nerd.
Katrina joined IDN in 2018 and immediately assumed the role of Program Manager at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, overseeing the Cyber Academy’s direction and student activities. She is the ultimate multi-tasker and applies her many skills to support the team.
She holds a Bachelors of Science in Business and resides in Jennings County where she helps out in her family-owned business in her spare time. Katrina enjoys writing, reading, caring for her family horse.
Indiana Defense Network (IDN) is the premier resource for companies across Indiana and the midwest to turn to for defense and supply chain related concerns. IDN acts as the gateway in becoming a vetted/validated and trusted member of the Ecosystem community.
In support of the State-sponsored mission to grow and retain businesses in Indiana, IDN (as a 501(c)3) is spearheading several initiatives to help businesses win in the federal/defense contracting space. The IDN team stands beside you and your business as a partner in the federal contracting/defense market journey-whether you are a buyer, supplier, or government agent.
IDN is ready to help you understand more, answer your questions and discuss how being part of this ecosystem/community can benefit your business.
The Aerospace & Defense Supply Chain Ecosystem (A&DSCE) is made up of a robust community of individuals, businesses, academics and government entities.
Vetted members work together in a spirit of collaboration to re-shore, strengthen, and provide resiliency to America's supply chain. In turn, each member's efforts provide mutual benefit and increased opportunities to all members within the ecosystem/community.
Once your business has been vetted/validated, as a now trusted member, you and your business are entitled to all benefits, introductions and opportunities offered exclusively within the ecosystem/community. Participating in important roles such as partner, mentor, protege, complementor or enabler opens new opportunities for your business to grow its portfolio.
"The IDN team really dialed in to the target markets (DoD direct & large prime subcontract channels). The information shared was very thorough. Outstanding work"
"Going through the DMQ process is an excellent tool for not only identifying and evaluating worthwhile opportunities, it is an important self-analysis process for your business."
"The (IDN) team has been helpful and their analysis is impressive. I think the avenues identified will lead to solid business leads."