Three Lockheed Execs Named to Fortune’s ‘Most Powerful Women in Business’ List

Fortune Magazine has named three Lockheed Martin executives to its 50 Most Powerful Women in Business list.

The magazine recognized Marillyn Hewson, executive vice president of electronic systems (#27); Joanne Maguire, EVP of Lockheed’s space systems company (#29); and Linda Gooden, EVP of information systems and global solutions (#33).

“Marillyn, Joanne and Linda exemplify what it means to be full spectrum leaders,” said Bob Stevens, Lockheed Martin chairman and CEO. “They oversee complex, technologically sophisticated programs in support of our customers and together they inspire the 126,000 men and women of Lockheed Martin and future generations of innovators and inventors.”

In addition, Fortune named Lockheed board member Rosalind Brewer #23 on the list. Brewer is president of Walmart’s eastern business unit operations.

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