Raytheon Intelligence & Space has announced that Kristin Robertson is joining the RI&S team as president of the Space & C2 strategic business unit. Robertson will serve on the RI&S senior leadership team and report directly to Roy Azevedo, president, RI&S.
Most recently, Robertson served as vice president and general manager of autonomous systems at Boeing, leading autonomous technologies, intelligence capabilities and networking solutions from seabed to space. During Robertson’s tenure, she led and grew several multi-billion-dollar product lines.
Robertson received her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of California in San Diego and her master’s degree in international business from Saint Louis University. She serves on the board of directors for the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation. She is also a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma National Honor Society and the Society of Women Engineers.
Additionally, RI&S announced that Brad Tousley will serve as president of Blue Canyon Technologies, reporting to Robertson as part of the Space &C2 strategic business unit. Tousley previously served as lead for RI&S’ Advanced Concepts & Technology, and as president of Raytheon BBN Technologies. He joined Raytheon Company in 2019 with deep experience spanning government agencies, the private sector and the U.S. Military.
These leadership announcements further position RI&S to deliver excellence to customers in 2022 and beyond.
“Kristin brings a wealth of experience to RI&S as well as a proven track record of leading and growing complex product lines,” said Azevedo. “She and the S&C2 team will help us meet growing space market demand and support our customer’s evolving missions.”