Cecil Haney, Michael McCord, Vincent Stewart Join Aerospace Corp. Board of Trustees

Cecil Haney, Michael McCord, Vincent Stewart Join Aerospace Corp. Board of Trustees
Aerospace Corp.

Aerospace Corp. has named veteran defense leaders Cecil Haney, Michael McCord and Vincent Stewart to the board of trustees.

Steve Isakowitz, president and CEO of Aerospace Corp., said in a statement published Thursday the new trustees will help the nonprofit company deliver new ideas, technical depth and innovative platforms to clients by bringing critical thought leadership in space warfighting, strategic business operations, financial stewardship, cybersecurity and other areas.

Haney is a retired U.S. Navy admiral and now serves on the boards of General Dynamics, Systems Planning and Analysis and the Center for a New American Security. He also serves on the Naval Studies Board and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory’s board of managers. His 38-year naval career included time as head of U.S. Strategic Command.

McCord is former undersecretary of defense (comptroller) and chief financial officer at the Pentagon and a previous Wash100 awardee. He serves as director of civil-military programs at the Stennis Center for Public Service and as an adjunct research staff member at the Institute for Defense Analyses.

Stewart is a retired U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant general and a four-time Wash100 awardee. He works at Ankura as chief innovation and business intelligence officer. He previously served as director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and deputy commander of U.S. Cyber Command.

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