Lockheed’s Ray Johnson Joins Hispanic College Fund Board

The Hispanic College Fund today elected Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Dr. Ray Johnson, to its board of directors.

According to Lockheed, “Johnson offers an array of experience to the board and he will assist in guiding the Hispanic College Fund toward continued success.”

“A diverse, educated workforce is fundamental to national security and economic strength, ” Johnson said. “Lockheed Martin is committed to supporting the talent, skills and expertise of the next generation of innovators, many of whom may one day join Lockheed Martin. The Hispanic College Fund is an exceptional partner in advancing these ambitious education goals.”

“The board of directors works closely with the chief executive officer in guiding the Hispanic College Fund’s direction and growth. The board is an integral part of the Hispanic College Fund, and it is devoted to the mission of developing the next generation of Hispanic professionals, ” the firm said in a press release.

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