Dr. Reep serves BCE as a Senior Advisor specializing in technology and business growth strategies. His consulting projects over the past five years have focused on effective management and business growth strategies for industry, government, and university clients.
Dr. Reep previously led Research for Qorvo’s Infrastructure and Defense Products. Concurrently, he led government liaison activities, serving as Qorvo’s spokesperson with regard to Federal regulatory compliance and security. Before that, he served as senior director of Strategy and Business Development for TriQuint Semiconductor’s Defense and Aerospace business unit, where he was responsible for organic and inorganic growth strategies.
Previously, Dr. Reep served as program executive for the airborne early warning radar business unit at Lockheed Martin. During a career that spanned almost 30 years at Lockheed Martin and its predecessor companies (Martin Marietta and GE Aerospace), he held various technical and executive positions, gaining experience in airborne, ground-based, missile and naval radar, EW, RF and AESA technology, and achieving the rank of Vice President of Technical Operations. He was directly involved in various mergers and acquisitions, as well as anti-trust activities.
Dr. Reep first worked in commercial electronics at General Electric’s Electronics Laboratory, where he developed semiconductor devices: materials, processes, and designs. He served as an Adjunct Professor to Syracuse University, has published and presented more than 70 technical papers, and is a Life Senior Member of the IEEE. Dr. Reep received his B.S. /E.E., M. Eng. /E.E., and Ph.D. /E.E. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Troy, NY.