Kristin A. Robertson serves BCE in a senior advisory capacity. She is a highly-experienced, recognized senior industry executive with experience leading complex business portfolios, extensive knowledge of disruptive technology, digital practices and methods across the lifecycle in the defense, space, and intelligence sector. Under Robertson’s leadership, her team received a Laureate for defense innovation as well as Aviation Week Program Excellence Award recipient for her work at The Boeing Company.
Most recently she served as President, Space & C2, a division of Raytheon Technologies (RTX) where she helped increase book to bill significantly with new JADC2 franchise and multiple awards instantiating new hybrid architectures such as proliferated space awards from the Space Development Agency, Missile Track Custody in MEO and NextGen GEO (NGG). Before joining RTX, Robertson was served on the Boeing Defense Space & Security (BDS) leadership team as vice president and general manager of Autonomous Systems a seabed to space portfolio that included key franchise programs such as MQ-25 Stingray, Orca eXtra Large Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (XLUUV), and Boeing’s Airpower Teaming System (ATS) a disruptive collaborative combat aircraft as well as five wholly owned subsidiaries. Under her leadership these programs completed their “maiden” flight(s) and successfully transitioned from early-stage development to low-rate initial production. While at Boeing she in the capacity as Vice President and Program Manager for Bell-Boeing V-22 as well as Vice President and Chief Engineer for Boeing Military Aircraft Programs.
Robertson currently serves as a trustee for the National Naval Aviation Museum Foundation and serves in a senior advisor capacity for Intellisense.