Mark A. Pasquale is the Vice President and General Manager for Lockheed Martin Space Special Programs, where he leads execution and new capture pursuits for the division’s largest business. He manages a broad portfolio responsible for Profit and Loss of multiple large complex development programs, operations and maintenancecontracts and a variety of research and development pursuits. His portfolio is focused on delivering high-performance systems and innovative concepts for critical national security space applications. He is responsible for advocacy within the legislative and executive branches for programs of record, policies related to the content of the business and the future direction of follow on architectures.
Previously, Mark served as vice president Engineering and Technology at Lockheed Martin Space. Responsible for 10,000 engineers, accountable for hardware and software engineering and technology strategy spanning numerous products, from mission systems, sensor systems and missile defense to human spaceflight and deep-space missions.
Previously, he served as the vice president, Supply Chain Management, responsible for $5 billion worth of Subcontracts. Prior, Mark was deputy to the Military Space Vice President and general manager. Responsible for national security space programsincluding GPS, early warning missile detection, military communications missions and the Mobile User Objective System.
Mark earned his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from San Jose State University in 1984. He serves on the San Jose State Engineering Department Industry Advisory Board. He is a recipient of the prestigious Lockheed Martin NOVA award and the San Jose State University