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Former Raytheon, Hitachi Exec Susan Lynch to Join Vectrus as SVP, CFO; Chuck Prow Quoted

Susan Lynch

Susan Lynch, who previously served as chief financial officer at Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) and Hitachi Data Systems, will formally assume the positions of senior vice president and CFO at Vectrus (NYSE: VEC) on Aug. 7.

Vectrus said Monday the 25-year finance veteran will oversee financial planning and analysis, tax, controllership and treasury functions across the company.

Chuck Prow

“Susan is a seasoned CFO with a strong track record in the government services, technology, defense and manufacturing industries,” said Chuck Prow, president and CEO of Vectrus.

“In addition to her deep financial experience, her focus on both performance and cost control will support us well on our journey to our 5-year goals of $2.5 billion in revenue and 7% EBITDA margin,” added Prow, a 2019 Wash100 winner.

Prior to Vectrus, Lynch held a similar role at production and recovery services provider Sungard AS for more than three years. She worked at HDS, now called Hitachi Vantara, from 2007 to 2017 and at Raytheon’s technical services subsidiary from 2005 to 2007.

She also served in financial management roles during her nine-year career with Honeywell International (NYSE: HON).

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