Tony Frazier, executive vice president of global field operations at Maxar Technologies and four-time Wash100 Award recipient, will serve on the expert panel during Potomac Officers Club’s 5th Annual Army Forum on August 27th.
With Maxar, Frazier leads the company’s global sales, business development, services delivery and account management organization. His efforts will help unify the operations of DigitalGlobe, Radiant Solutions and SSL under a common Maxar brand.
Frazier works closely with Maxar’s national security and commercial customers to apply the company’s Earth Intelligence and Space Solutions capabilities to critical missions at scale. Prior to Maxar, Frazier served as president of Radiant Solutions.
He also served as senior vice president and General Manager of DigitalGlobe’s Services business from 2013 and led GeoEye’s Marketing and Communications team since 2010, prior to its acquisition by DigitalGlobe in 2013. Frazier has served as senior director of Product Management at Cisco Systems, where he brought to market emerging technologies core to Cisco’s video and collaboration strategy.
Throughout the past several years, the U.S. Army has continued to implement advanced technology priorities, from enhancing hardware, software, and infrastructure to expanding synthetic training environments, to improve the service branch’s acquisition and modernization processes. The Army has employed agile, responsive cross-functional teams to achieve its modernization goals and efforts.
During Potomac Officers Club’s 5th Annual Army Forum, Frazier will discuss the progress, innovations and accomplishments of the Army’s modernization renaissance over the last year, what challenges remain, and how industry can help in 2021 and beyond.
Kevin Leonard senior vice president of Contingency Operations with Vectrus will moderate the panel. Frazier will be joined by Keith Krapels, director of Sensors & Electron Devices Directorate, Combat Capabilities Development Command with Army Futures Command (AFC).
Other panelists include: BG Anthony Potts, program executive officer (PEO) Soldier with the U.S. Army; Mike Wells, chief innovation officer of the Operation Technology Group with Vectrus; and Joel Babbitt, Program Executive Officer – SOF Warrior, U.S. Special Operations Command.