Stephanie C. Hill
Executive Vice President, Rotary and Mission Systems
Stephanie C. Hill is executive vice president of Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS) for Lockheed Martin Corporation. RMS is a more than $17 billion enterprise employing 35,000 people across the globe, with approximately 10 percent in Australia, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, United Kingdom and other countries.
With more than 900 programs, the RMS portfolio delivers operationally and economically effective solutions including helicopters, integrated air and missile defense, littoral warfare, undersea warfare, radar, electronic warfare, cyber solutions, C4ISR and training and logistics systems. RMS enables a range of key customer missions ranging from the seafloor to space and supports the six service branches of the United States Armed Forces and the Missile Defense Agency, as well as intelligence, civil, commercial and international military customers.
During her time with Lockheed Martin, Hill has held positions of increasing responsibility, including senior vice president of Enterprise Business Transformation; deputy executive vice president of RMS; senior vice president of Corporate Strategy and Business Development; vice president and general manager of Cyber, Ships and Advanced Technologies; vice president and general manager of the Information Systems and Global Solutions Civil business; vice president of Corporate Internal Audit; and vice president and general manager of the Mission Systems and Sensors business.
Hill is a member of the Board of Directors of S&P Global and Project Lead the Way as well as the Board of Visitors for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, she graduated with high honors from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Economics; the university also recognized her with an honorary doctorate in 2017. Deeply committed to the development of others, she mentors many students and Lockheed Martin professionals and is a champion for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.