Effective leadership at Lockheed Martin isn’t only about getting results. It’s about getting results in the right way. Our leaders are expected to continually promote ethical behavior, support diversity and make decisions that protect the health and safety of employees as well as the natural environment through Full Spectrum Leadership.
Ultimately, every one of us is a leader, because we all control the attitudes and behaviors of at least one person - ourself - and we set an example for our colleagues. Lockheed Martin is striving to establish the tools and reinforce the values that provide everyone with rewarding work in a safe and supportive environment. But it’s up to each one of us as individuals to embrace the culture we’re creating.
Marillyn A. Hewson
Chairman, President & CEO
Marillyn A. Hewson is Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Lockheed Martin Corporation. She previously held a variety of increasingly responsible executive positions with the Corporation, including President and Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Lockheed Martin’s Electronic Systems business area.
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Kenneth R. Possenriede
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Kenneth R. Possenriede is executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO) for Lockheed Martin Corporation. As CFO, Mr. Possenriede is responsible for all aspects of the corporation’s financial strategies, processes, and operations.View Full Bio
Richard F. Ambrose
Executive Vice President, Space
Rick Ambrose is executive vice president of Lockheed Martin Space and an officer of Lockheed Martin Corporation. Space is a more than $10 billion enterprise that employs approximately 20,000 people and provides advanced technology systems for national security, civil and commercial customers.View Bio
Senior Vice President, Lockheed Martin International
Tim Cahill is the senior vice president of Lockheed Martin International. Mr. Cahill is responsible for developing and executing strategies to grow the corporation’s international business by strengthening customer relationships and industry partnerships in 70 countries. He also serves as the senior executive overseeing the corporation’s business activities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.View Full Bio
Executive Vice President, Aeronautics
Michele A. Evans is the executive vice president of the Aeronautics business area for Lockheed Martin Corporation. Aeronautics is a more than $20 billion enterprise employing approximately 25,000 people. The Aeronautics portfolio features fifth-generation tactical aircraft, air mobility, unmanned and intelligence/surveillance/reconnaissance platforms, including the F-35, F-22, F-16, C-130; as well as Advanced Development Programs at Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works®.View Full Bio
Executive Vice President, Missiles and Fire Control
Scott Greene is executive vice president of Missiles and Fire Control (MFC) for Lockheed Martin Corporation. MFC is a $10 billion enterprise that employs 19,000 people. MFC develops, manufactures and supports advanced combat, missile, rocket and energy systems and provides technical services and logistics support for military customers that include the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Special Operations Forces and allied nations. Commercial programs include products and services for the global civil nuclear power industry, microgrids, renewable energy solutions and energy storage.View Full Bio
Frank A. St. John
Executive Vice President, Rotary and Mission Systems
Frank A. St. John is executive vice president of Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS) for Lockheed Martin Corporation. RMS is a $16 billion gross enterprise employing 34,000 people across the globe, with approximately 10 percent in Australia, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, United Kingdom and other countries. The RMS portfolio features more than 1,000 programs, including helicopters, integrated air and missile defense, littoral warfare, undersea warfare, radar, electronic warfare, cyber solutions, C4ISR, and training and logistics systems. RMS supports the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Navy and Missile Defense Agency, as well as intelligence, civil, commercial and international military customers.View Full Bio
Senior Vice President, Communications
Dean Acosta is senior vice president, Communications for Lockheed Martin Corporation. He leads global communications strategies and activities across the four business areas and internationally, and provides strategic communications counsel to the corporation’s senior executives.View Full Bio
Stephanie C. Hill
Senior Vice President, Enterprise Business Transformation
Stephanie C. Hill is the senior vice president of Enterprise Business Transformation at Lockheed Martin. Ms. Hill is responsible for developing strategies and implementing integrated, cross-functional solutions that transform operations through technology, culture, and processes to deliver business-based outcomes.View Full Bio
Greg A. Karol
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Greg A. Karol is senior vice president of Human Resources for Lockheed Martin Corporation. He is responsible for the corporation’s diverse workforce of 110,000 employees in over 50 countries around the world. He develops and implements the global human resources strategy, including benefits, compensation and performance management, talent acquisition, diversity and inclusion, labor relations, talent and organizational capability, and workforce solutions and intelligence. He also oversees the corporation’s global security organization.View Full Bio
Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Maryanne Lavan is the Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Lockheed Martin Corporation. She is responsible for the Corporation’s legal affairs and law department, including serving as counsel to its senior leadership and Board of Directors.View Full Bio
Leo S. Mackay, Jr.
Senior Vice President, Ethics and Enterprise Assurance
Leo S. Mackay, Jr. is senior vice president of Ethics and Enterprise Assurance for Lockheed Martin Corporation. As the chief audit executive, he provides independent, objective assurance and advisory activity to improve the corporation’s operations. He is also on the Board of Directors of LM Ventures, Lockheed Martin’s $200M venture capital fund.View Full Bio
Rodney A. Makoske
Senior Vice President of Corporate Engineering, Technology and Operations
Rodney (Rod) A. Makoske is senior vice president of Corporate Engineering, Technology and Operations (CETO) for Lockheed Martin Corporation. As the principal engineering and operational leader for the corporation, he oversees the recruitment, retention and development of a 83,000-person engineering, operations and information technology workforce. He is also responsible for technology and operations strategy, and performance across the corporation including thousands of contracts in the U.S. and across 70 countries.View Full Bio
Robert E. (Rob) Mullins
Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Business Development
Rob Mullins is senior vice president of Corporate Strategy and Business Development for Lockheed Martin Corporation. He is responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive strategies to position Lockheed Martin for predictable and sustainable business growth. Dr. Mullins joined Lockheed Martin in March 2018 as the vice president of Strategy and Business Development for Lockheed Martin’s Space business area.View Full Bio
Robert S. Rangel
Senior Vice President, Government Affairs
Mr. Robert Rangel is senior vice president, Lockheed Martin Government Affairs. In this position, he directs the corporation’s liaison with Congress, leads marketing activities with the Pentagon and manages federal, state and local government customer relationships. Prior to his current role, Mr. Rangel served as vice president, Programs & Global Security Policy.View Full Bio
Full Spectrum Leadership
Corporate culture change takes place in two ways: It grows from the bottom up, as shifting social and economic realities weave their way into the fabric of an organization. And it flows from the top down, as leaders recognize the inevitable changes taking place in the world and shape them to serve the best interests of the organization and everybody who is part of it.
Full Spectrum Leadership is Lockheed Martin’s model for promoting and accelerating the latter type of change - the type that allows the company to create its own destiny and ensure that it will continue to thrive in the face of new competitive challenges.