Aerospace Corp. makes three leadership changes
- By Mark Hoover
- Jul 01, 2014
The Aerospace Corp. has made a number of leadership changes, the national security space program company announced Tuesday.
David Gorney will serve as executive vice president in addition to his leadership of the company’s Space Systems group, where he supports all of Aerospace’s launch programs, ground networks and satellite programs.
Wayne Goodman will serve as senior vice president, Operations and Support Group, where he will oversee the Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Division, Inclusion & Equal Opportunity Office, Facilities, Finance and Business Operations, Human Resources, Security and Safety and The Aerospace Institute. He succeeds Mike Drennan, who retired June 30.
Malina Hills will serve in Goodman’s former role of vice president, Space Program Operations, where she will work directly with the U.S. Air Force, government and industry partners to develop military satellites and to advance national security space systems, the company said.
“These changes will allow us to continue to deliver the highest value to all of our customers by focusing senior technical and administrative leadership on the nation’s complex space issues and other programs of national significance,” said Dr. Wanda Austin, president and CEO.
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