Gregory Crawford, Mark Maybury Appointed MITRE Natl Security Center VPs

Mitre logoGregory Crawford and Mark Maybury have been appointed vice presidents at MITRE Corp.‘s Center for National Security.

Crawford will serve as VP of programs and technology while Maybury will assume the roles of VP and chief technology officer, MITRE said Wednesday.

Alfred Grasso, MITRE president and CEO, said the two executives will use their scientific research backgrounds to help implement programs that aim to address complex issues of national interest.

Crawford is a space and terrestrial physics professional who has published more than two dozen refereed articles and contributed to multinational research efforts since he joined MITRE in 2000.

He was executive director of the company’s Electronic Systems and Technologies Technical Center prior to his appointment.

As VP and CTO of the CNS, he will work to oversee the organization’s operations and offer technical advice as MITRE implements initiatives and coordinates with sponsors.

Maybury has been with MITRE since 1990 and helped conduct studies in the areas of defense, intelligence, science and information technology for different institutions.

The U.S. Air Force veteran previously served as executive director of MITRE’s IT division and was the founder and former executive director of a research center within the Advanced Research and Development Activity, now known as the Disruptive Technology Organization.

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