Roger Mason, President of the Space and Intelligence Sector at Peraton
Roger Mason, a four-time Wash100 winner, serves as the president of Peraton’s space and intelligence sector, which offers capabilities to customers in the civil space, national security and intelligence communities.
Peraton said it contributes to national security and the civil space sector by delivering solutions in space protection, flight dynamics, orbital mapping, Earth observation, weather observation, advanced sensors and space platform cybersecurity, among others.
Mason is responsible for executing the space and intelligence unit’s strategy, maintaining strong program performance and achieving growth objectives, according to Peraton.
Mason previously served as senior vice president of national security and intelligence at Noblis, a science and technology organization that provides technical solutions and consultancy services to federal clients.
His responsibilities at Noblis involved intelligence, defense and homeland security matters. He also oversaw two Noblis divisions that served clients in the Intelligence Community.
Mason had also served as assistant director of national intelligence for systems and resource analyses within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, according to his LinkedIn profile.
He was awarded the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal for his contributions to the Intelligence Community’s operations research, decision sciences and business analytics.
Mason holds a doctorate and a master’s degree in engineering physics from the University of Virginia, a Master of Business Administration degree from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School and a bachelor’s degree in physics from The George Washington University.
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