Madeline Wilczewski, Space and Missile Defense Director at Raytheon Intelligence & Space
RI&S generates $15.2 billion in revenue annually. It operates in 500 locations and has over 34,000 employees.
Wilczewski, a Potomac Officers Club member, joined the company in December 2020 after spending nearly two years serving the Department of Defense, where she took on the roles of special assistant to the deputy assistant secretary of defense for space policy and special assistant to the deputy assistant secretary of the Army for strategy and acquisition reform, according to her LinkedIn profile.
She started her career at UTC Aerospace Systems, where she spent six years of her decade-long career. She joined the company as a quality engineer, a position she held from June 2012 to April 2014. Afterward, she was appointed program manager for business development and advanced programs. Wilczewski held the role from April 2014 to June 2018.
UTC Aerospace Systems merged with Rockwell Collins in 2018, resulting in the creation of Collins Aerospace.
The executive earned her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Connecticut and her master’s degree in project management from Boston University.
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