Kristin Robertson is president of Space & C2 Systems within Raytheon Intelligence & Space, which provides space solutions for defense, government, intelligence and security customers. This portfolio includes subsidiaries Blue Canyon Technologies and SEAKR Engineering, leading providers of small satellites, spacecraft systems and space electronics.
Previously, Robertson was vice president of Defense Space & Security and general manager of Autonomous Systems at Boeing. She oversaw autonomous systems, intelligence capabilities and solutions from seabed to space, including key franchise programs such as the MQ-25 Stingray, Orca Extra Large Unmanned Undersea Vehicle, Airpower Teaming System and five wholly owned subsidiaries. She was vice president and chief engineer for Boeing Military Aircraft, vice president of Tiltrotor Programs/Bell-Boeing and senior director leading the joint development with Saab for the T-X (T-7) trainer pursuit.
The Society of Women Engineers and National Engineer’s Council recognized her leadership and support of women in STEM. Her team recently earned the 2021 Laureate award for defense innovation. She is a trustee for the National Naval Aviation Museum Foundation and supports STEM education through the National Flight Academy.
Robertson holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of California San Diego and an MBA from Saint Louis University. She earned certifications in lean from the University of Tennessee, program management from Defense Acquisition University and completed the Integral Leadership Program at the University of Notre Dame. She is also a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma National Honor Society.