Mark Santamaria is chief financial officer and senior vice president at The SI Organization, where he is responsible for all of the company’s business operation functions.
Those functions include treasury, controller, accounting, pricing, program finance, government compliance, finance transformation, financial planning and analysis, overhead management and global supply chain management.
Prior to joining the SI, he served as director of transformation and cash management for Lockheed Martin’s information systems and global services business area. He had previously served as CFO for Lockheed’s enterprise solutions and services operating company, where he led an organization of 270 employees and had profit and loss responsibility.
He has also led business operations for the systems integration and the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance lines of business. From 2000 to 2003, he served as finance director for the company’s Lean & Six Sigma initiative. According to the SI, the 26-year aerospace and defense industry veteran has worked on programs that support the Defense Department, the intelligence community, civilian gencies and commercial customers.
He graduated from Towson University with cum laude honors and a bachelor’s degree in business administration, concentrating in finance. The certified Lean/Six Sigma Black Belt has completed Stanford University’s financial management program through the graduate school of business.