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Kimberly L. Newton

Army Futures Command (AFC), Deputy Director of Integratiion

Kimberly L Newton

As the Deputy Director of Integration at U.S. Army Futures Command (AFC), Ms. Kimberly L. Newton is responsible for synchronizing the strategy, concepts, requirements and resources to create integrated solutions addressing critical prioritized capability gaps. Ms. Newton assumed this role in August 2023.

Ms. Newton comes to AFC from the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7, Headquarters Department of the Army, where she served as the Deputy Division Chief, Regionally Aligned Readiness and Modernization Model (ReARMM). In this capacity, Ms. Newton established and implemented the sustainment of the Army’s force generation model and a synchronization tool. Additionally, she was responsible for leading and managing future readiness integration through synchronizing requirements for the Army’s signature modernization efforts, as well as developing an automated data-driven tool to enable Senior Leader decision making.

Prior to serving in the HQDA G-3/5/7, Ms. Newton was the Division Chief, Requirements Integration for U.S. Army Forces Command Headquarters (FORSCOM). During her tenure at FORSCOM, she was instrumental in the operations of the headquarters leading all equipping and modernization efforts to impact FORSCOM units. Ms. Newton’s leadership enabled current and projected modernization to synchronize with training and readiness activities to ensure FORSCOM mission success. Ms. Newton held several additional assignments within FORSCOM since 2010, including Chief of Functional Capabilities, Chief of Military Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) Documentation, Readiness Integrator, Strategic Fusion Analyst, and Mobilization Policy Integrator. In these positions, she played various roles that enabled her to work mobilization policy, interface with Corps and Division staff. Ms. Newton also managed input to the AROC and SPAR to ensure the Warfighter’s perspective was represented in the Army’s capability development and acquisition processes. She became a Department of the Army Civilian on 6 July 2009. Ms. Newton earned a Master’s Degree in Instructional Design and Technology from Texas A&M University, and Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Music Education from the University of Kansas. Kimberly and her husband William (Cory) have been married for 11 years and are the proud parents of two children. Ms. Newton is an avid reader, and enjoys baking, crafting, and spending time at the beach. /@ARMYFUTURES