Janet Duffey, Vice President of Global Supply Chain at Lockheed Martin
Janet Duffey is the vice president of global supply chain at Lockheed Martin, working out of Fort Worth, Texas. She is a results-oriented and experienced executive who emphasizes the alignment of business strategies to achieve results across the pursuit, development and production phases of diverse aerospace programs, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Duffey is skilled in process optimization, resolution of complex business issues and creation of compliant contracting organizations. Her key leadership attributes include change leadership, organizational communication and driving results, according to her profile.
Duffey has been working at Lockheed Martin for over six years. However, she has been managing supply chains for the American aerospace and defense sector for almost 20 years.
Previously, Duffey served as the vice president of supplier management at helicopter manufacturer Sikorsky. She joined Lockheed Martin by virtue of its acquisition of Sikorsky in 2015.
Before joining Sikorsky, Duffey served as vice president of supply chain management at Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems, where she worked for almost seven years. In that role, she managed major subcontracts across 1,200 programs with a material budget of $1.6 million in annual receipts.
Duffey earned her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles. She later earned her Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Southern California.
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