Ms. Zaloga was a member and past president of the Riverhead Woman’s Club and she was a member of the Grace Episcopal Church in Riverhead. Family members said she loved to garden, to read her favorite books and to travel with her husband, Bruno Zaloga Jr.
Prior to joining ZAi Mr. Zaloga was employed as a senior strategy & marketing executive for a recognized organization in the technology absorption market, and as a Principal Consultant for a medium sized privately held management consulting firm. Prior yet he was the executive in charge of Professional Services for an industry leading internet only financial services firm. In these capacities, he was responsible for developing integrated mission critical business plans, business integration strategies, corporate marketing strategies, and bundling. Additionally his role included assessing Emerging Markets and Technologies. His responsibilities also included development and deployment of release strategies, as well as prioritizing initiatives based on alignment to corporate objectives.
According to family members, family was most important to Ms. Zaloga. She encouraged her children, Jeanne Lewin, Gretchen Mead and Tom Zaloga to do good things and increase their learning. She also loved telling them stories of her ancestrial families: the Steuarts, Sleights and Schmersals.
The blog War is Boring has posted a new article asking the question “has the Kremlin fallen out of love with it’s killer BMPT?” The article notes that the BMPT Terminator was absent in the recent military parade, a sign that it may have fallen out of favor with the Russian Military. The article reports that the Terminator may be superseded by the T-15 Armata. The article quotes tank expert Steven Zaloga who makes some interesting comments regarding the new family of vehicles introduced at the Victory Day Parade.