Digital Transformation VP
Jeffrey Wilcox, VP for Digital Transformation at Lockheed Martin
Jeffrey Wilcox is Lockheed Martin’s vice president for digital transformation, in charge of the Digital Transformation Office, which oversees the development and execution of the company’s operations strategy.
DTO is meant to use the latest digital technologies to enhance the organization's systems design, production and sustainment while making sure the workforce is ready for the transformation.
Wilcox previously served as vice president for engineering and program operations, overseeing the engineering performance, program management, product operations and maintenance in the company.
He also served as the vice president for corporate engineering, responsible for the management of engineering operations and resources to deliver services to and address the complex challenges of the customers.
Before joining the company in May 2007, Wilcox spent 17 years serving as vice president at SAIC.
He is currently chairman of the NIST Manufacturing Extension Partnership National Advisory Board and serves on the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Board. He is also an adjunct professor at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio; an associate fellow at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics; and a senior member at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Wilcox graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering and earned his master’s degree in electrical engineering from Drexler University. He holds an honorary doctorate degree from Stevens Institute of Technology.
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