Elizabeth Robertson Promoted to VP Role at Leidos Subsidiary Dynetics

Elizabeth Robertson, formerly a program manager of Dynetics, has been elevated to a vice president role at the Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) subsidiary, she announced Sunday in a LinkedIn post.

Robertson has managed Dynetics’ Enduring Shield program since December 2021. The Huntsville, Alabama-based business won a $237 million contract last year to build a mobile ground-based weapon system designed to help soldiers counter cruise missile and drone threats.

She joined Dynetics in October 2020 as principal engineer after her prior role as chief operating officer at Interstellar Technologies.

Prior to Interstellar, she worked at aerospace company Stratolaunch in manager posts focused on propulsion offerings.

Robertson spent two decades at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center earlier in her career.

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