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Chief Growth Officer

Doug Greenlaw
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Doug Greenlaw is a proven aerospace and defense executive, bringing over 40 years of experience to his role as Chief Growth Officer at Research Innovations Inc. (RII). Doug has extensive expertise in delivering advanced technologies globally and developing innovative concepts, capabilities, and organizational structures for advanced military capabilities to national security requirements.

Prior to joining RII, Doug served as Lockheed Martin’s Chief Executive for Asia, overseeing the full corporate portfolio from India to Korea and leading the growth and execution of eight field offices in capitals across the region. Before this role, Doug served as Vice President of International Strategy and developed strategies that resulted in dramatic (200%) growth in the corporation’s international business, increasing revenues by over $15 billion per year. Previous roles included increasing leadership positions in R&D, strategy, and business development for major platform, weapon, sensor, and C2 systems.

 

Prior to joining Lockheed Martin, Doug was the Vice President of Business Development and co-owner of Virtual Technology Corporation (VTC), working alongside co-founders Rich Briggs and Jack Harrington. Doug led the business strategy at VTC, driving average growth to 40 percent annually over six years and developing business across the U.S. defense market and internationally. In 2006, Doug led the integration of VTC following its acquisition by Raytheon and established it as a high growth business unit. Previous organizations that Doug worked for throughout his career include Delex Systems, MITRE Corporation, and the Central Intelligence Agency.

Doug holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from William & Mary and master’s degree in mathematics from the University of Maryland. He has taken executive leadership training at Lockheed Martin’s Center for Leadership Excellence and has completed executive leadership and dynamical systems coursework at MIT’s Sloan School of Business.
 

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