Christopher E. “Chris” Kubasik Chair and Chief Executive Officer Christopher E. “Chris” Kubasik is Chair and Chief Executive Officer of L3Harris Technologies. L3Harris Technologies is a Trusted Disruptor for the global aerospace and defense industry. With customers’ mission-critical needs always in mind, our 46,000 employees deliver end-to-end technology solutions connecting the space, air, land, sea and cyber domains. Kubasik was appointed Chief Executive Officer in June 2021. Immediately prior, he served as Vice Chair, President and Chief Operating Officer – roles he assumed upon the merger of L3 Technologies, Inc. and Harris Corporation in June 2019. Kubasik has more than 30 years of experience in the A&D industry, having joined L3 Technologies as President and Chief Operating Officer in 2015. He was elected Chair of the board in May 2018 after having been named Chief Executive Officer and elected to the company’s board of directors in January 2018. Earlier, Kubasik was President and Chief Executive Officer of the Seabury Advisory Group LLC, a leading aviation and A&D professional services firm. In 2010, he was appointed President and Chief Operating Officer of Lockheed Martin Corporation, where he also held several senior executive and finance roles. Before joining Lockheed Martin, he enjoyed a successful career at Ernst & Young, where he was named partner in 1996. Kubasik is a member of the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), Air Force Association (AFA), the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), the Navy League of the United States, the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Board of Directors, and the Florida Council of 100. Kubasik received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business. He also completed the Systems Acquisition management Program at the Defense Acquisition University at Fort Belvoir and received an Executive Engineering Certificate from Carnegie Mellon University. Michelle L. Turner Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Michelle L. Turner is Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for L3Harris Technologies. In this role, she is responsible for oversight of all internal and external financial reporting, Securities and Exchange Commission compliance and Sarbanes Oxley compliance, financial planning, financial controls, capital structure, accounting, audit, financial services, tax, treasury and investor relations. Turner joined L3Harris in 2022 from Johnson & Johnson, where she was Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Enterprise Supply Chain. In this role, she was responsible for driving financial and cash performance across a complex global portfolio, including 100+ manufacturing sites in more than 30 countries. Prior to Johnson & Johnson, Turner served as Vice President of Finance for BHP Billiton Petroleum with responsibility for all aspects of the finance function for the $12B business unit. Previously, Turner spent nearly 10 years with Raytheon Company, ultimately serving as Vice President & Chief Financial Officer for the $6B Space & Airborne Systems business unit. She joined Raytheon in 2007 as Senior Director and Chief Financial Officer for ISR Systems. Earlier in her career, Turner held roles of increasing responsibility in financial management, financial planning, accounting and audit with Honeywell International, having joined Honeywell Aerospace as an intern. Turner earned an MBA from Arizona State University, a Bachelor of Science in accounting from the University of South Florida, and is a Certified Public Accountant. Samir B. Mehta President, Communication Systems Samir B. Mehta is President of the Communication Systems segment for L3Harris Technologies. In this role, he is responsible for business strategy, financial performance, successful execution and growth for Communication Systems, which covers a broad portfolio of solutions, including tactical and airborne radios, secure communications, night vision technology, and professional and public safety networks and products. Mehta joined L3Harris in January 2023 from Raytheon Technologies, where he most recently served as President, Advanced Structures with Collins Aerospace. In this role, he led a diversified, multibillion-dollar global business of 15,000 employees, overseeing a portfolio focused on next generation flight and aviation components for commercial and military customers. Prior to Raytheon, Mehta spent over 17 years with Sikorsky Aircraft in various leadership roles of increasing scope and responsibility across general management, business development and operations, notably serving as President, Defense Systems & Services, where he led a $4B business with more than 5,000 employees and Sikorsky’s military products and services, from technology development to product delivery and support for U.S. government and foreign military customers. Earlier in his career, Mehta spent five years with Otis Elevator, ultimately serving as Associate General Counsel where he negotiated legal terms and conditions for all customer, supplier and distribution contracts for a complex, $1B aftermarket organization. Mehta earned a Juris Doctor degree and Master of Public Administration from the University of Connecticut, and a bachelor’s degree from Stonehill College. Dr. Ross Niebergall President, Aerojet Rocketdyne Dr. Ross Niebergall is President of the Aerojet Rocketdyne segment for L3Harris Technologies. In this role, Dr. Niebergall is responsible for business strategy, financial performance, successful execution and growth of Aerojet Rocketdyne, a proven provider of world-class propulsion systems and energetics to the DoD, NASA and other partners and allies worldwide. Previously, Dr. Niebergall served as Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of L3Harris, where he led the company’s engineering & technology organization, drove the overall technology strategy and aligned R&D investments to growth objectives. Dr. Niebergall joined Harris Corporation in 2017 to serve as the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer prior to the company’s merger with L3 Technologies. He previously served as a Vice President of Engineering and Technology for Raytheon’s Intelligence, Information and Services unit. In this role, he supported the development of a diverse portfolio, spanning both commercial and defense markets, including cyber security, command and control systems, sensors and imaging, and mission support products. During his career at Raytheon, Dr. Niebergall held significant technical and leadership positions, including Chief Executive Officer of U.S. operations for the Thales-Raytheon Systems joint venture. Dr. Niebergall has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Regina in Canada, and a master’s and doctorate degree in mathematics from the University of Notre Dame. He has served as an associate professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Northern British Columbia and as a post doctoral research fellow and visiting scientist at McMaster University in Ontario. Jon Rambeau President, Integrated Mission Systems Jon Rambeau is President of the Integrated Mission Systems segment for L3Harris Technologies. In this role, he is responsible for business strategy, financial performance, successful execution and growth of Integrated Mission Systems, which covers an extensive portfolio of solutions including Power Distribution, Reconnaissance, Electro Optics and Aviation. Before joining L3Harris, Rambeau served as Vice President and General Manager, Integrated Warfare Systems and Sensors for Lockheed Martin Corporation’s Rotary and Mission Systems business. In this role, he was responsible for the strategic, operational and financial performance of missile defense, radar, shipbuilding, directed energy and combat system integration programs, leading a global workforce of over 10,000 employees. Rambeau began his career as a mechanical engineer with Lockheed Martin as part of their Operations Leadership Development Program. He held key leadership roles in business and program management, technology, engineering and operations across multiple business areas in a career spanning 26 years with the firm. His previous executive leadership roles within Lockheed Martin include vice president for the C6ISR line of business where he was responsible for undersea, cyber, electronic warfare and command and control capability delivery; vice president and general manager for the Training and Logistics Solutions line of business; vice president of F-35 International Programs where he successfully delivered the first international aircraft to the United Kingdom and added both Israel and Japan as additional partner nations; and vice president for Technology Transition within Lockheed Martin’s Corporate Engineering and Technology organization. Rambeau holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University and a Master of Science in Technology Management from The Wharton School and the University of Pennsylvania’s College of Engineering and Applied Science. He currently serves as a member of the Executive Advisory Council to the Dean of Drexel University’s College of Engineering. Edward J. “Ed” Zoiss President, Space & Airborne Systems Edward J. “Ed” Zoiss is President of the Space & Airborne Systems segment for L3Harris Technologies. In this role, he is responsible for business strategy, financial performance, successful execution and growth for Space & Airborne Systems, which covers an extensive portfolio of solutions in intelligence, surveillance, small satellites, electronic warfare, avionics (including carriage and release systems), wireless solutions and C4I systems. Previously, Zoiss was president of Harris Corporation’s Electronic Systems segment, which included a portion of his current portfolio prior to the company’s merger with L3 Technologies, Inc. in June 2019. Prior to his role as president of Harris’ Electronic Systems segment, he was vice president and general manager of the defense business unit within Harris Government Communications Systems. This business served U.S. and international customers with critical, military interoperable communication products, as well as intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) solutions for protecting national security and aiding public safety agencies. Prior to that role, he served as vice president of C4ISR Electronics, which provided specialized solutions to defense, intelligence and public safety agencies. Before assuming responsibility for the C4ISR business, Zoiss was vice president of Advanced Programs and Technology, where he led the division strategy, business development, marketing and all internal research and development. Joining Harris in 1995 as a principal mechanical engineer, Zoiss assumed positions of increasing responsibility during his tenure, including director of Research and Development and vice president of Business Development for National Programs. He is the recipient of 13 patents. He is a member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Project Management Institute (PMI). He is also a member of the Georgia Institute of Technology advisory board on Engineering. Zoiss received his bachelor’s degree from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, New York, and his master’s in mechanical engineering from California State University at Northridge. In addition, he received an honorable discharge from the U.S. Navy as a lieutenant. Byron Green Vice President, Global Operations Byron Green is Vice President of Global Operations for L3Harris Technologies, Inc. In this role, Green has the responsibility for leading global manufacturing and facilities, quality, environmental health and safety, supply chain management and e3 – L3Harris’ lean operating system. Green has more than 20 years of extensive operations and enterprise continuous improvement experience in large, global manufacturing organizations. Green joined L3Harris in July 2019 from Whirlpool Corporation where he most recently served as the Vice President of Manufacturing for the North American region. In this role, Green was accountable for production, manufacturing engineering, and advanced program planning for 14 manufacturing facilities and 28,000 employees. Prior to joining Whirlpool in 2017, Green spent almost 20 years at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, ultimately leading the North American vehicle assembly, producing 2.3 million vehicles annually. In this role, Green had responsibility for advanced program planning and investments, process design activities, and program management and launch. Green joined Chrysler in 1998 and over the course of his tenure held a wide variety of operations and manufacturing roles, including Plant Manager of several facilities; Vice President, Powertrain – Engine/Foundry Manufacturing; Vice President, Manufacturing for the Jeep and truck division; and Vice President, Manufacturing Engineering, where he was responsible for leading the advanced manufacturing engineering function for the company globally, including process development and standardization, lean manufacturing, and execution of new model launches. Green began his career as a manufacturing co-op student at General Motors. Upon graduation, he spent nine years in escalating production and manufacturing engineering roles at both General Motors and Ford Motor Company. Green received his master’s degree in engineering management/control systems from University of Detroit Mercy and his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the former General Motor Institute, now Kettering University. Tania Hanna Vice President, Government Relations & Communications Tania Hanna is Vice President of Government Relations & Communications for L3Harris Technologies. Hanna is responsible for the company’s relations with the U.S. Congress, the executive branch and Aerospace and Defense industry associations located in the Washington, D.C., area. She also oversees external communications, ensuring alignment of messaging to key external stakeholders with the company’s growth strategy. Hanna was Vice President of Government Relations for Harris Corporation, prior to the company’s merger with L3 Communications in 2019. Prior to her role leading government relations at Harris, Hanna worked as Vice President of Policy and Legislative Affairs, responsible for implementing and overseeing Harris’ engagements with the U.S. Congress and related organizations, and building the company’s international government-relations capabilities. Before joining Harris in 2003, Hanna served as Senior Associate with a DC-based law firm, Senior Attorney at the Federal Communications Commission and General Counsel for a small internet startup. Hanna earned a bachelor’s degree in international politics from Georgetown University, a graduate degree from the University of Antwerp, Belgium, and a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Norwich University. She also has a Juris Doctor from American University.