Paul Meyer Named Seabury Global Aerospace & Defense COO

Paul Meyer
Paul Meyer

Paul Meyer, formerly executive vice president of Seabury Group‘s global aerospace and defense consulting business, has been named chief operations officer of the business unit.

Meyer was most recently responsible for Seabury’s effort to execute various projects for aerospace and defense customers, the company said Tuesday.

He helped the company form a Executives in Residence team chartered to provide support for the aerospace and defense industry’s goals toward innovation and affordability.

Prior to joining Seabury Global Aerospace and Defense Consulting, Meyer served as senior VP of advanced programs and business development at Aerojet Rocketdyne.

He was previously the general manager and VP of Northrop Grumman‘s advanced programs and technology division after he held program management and business development roles at Lockheed Martin‘s Skunk Works division.

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