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Former Lockheed, ULA Exec Kent Lietzau Named SEAKR Business Dev’t Lead

Jeff Brody
Kent Lietzau

Kent Lietzau, former vice president of strategy and business development at United Launch Alliance, has joined SEAKR Engineering as head of business development.

He will oversee growth efforts across the space electronics manufacturing company's government, civil and commercial businesses, SEAKR said Friday.

Lietzau formed ULA's team of business development professionals and helped identify growth opportunities  during his career with the launch services provider.

He previously led competitive pursuits and business development functions within the strategic and missile defense systems unit at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) in VP position.

His industry career also included positions at McKinsey and Co. and Honeywell (NYSE: HON).

Lietzau worked at the U.S. Air Force's Edwards AF Base in California as flight test engineer and project manager.

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