Scott Alexander is the Senior Vice President of Business Development. In this role, he is responsible for shaping and growing Teledyne Brown’s business within the space, maritime, energy and defense markets, focusing strategies with customers and industry partners, and creating and winning business opportunities.
Prior to joining Teledyne Brown in April of 2016, Alexander most recently served as the Director of the Redesigned Kill Vehicle within Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, AZ. Additionally, he served as the Deputy Director for the SM-3 IIA program which was a joint cooperative development program with the Japanese. Prior to these positions, Alexander worked at Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems, Global Integrate Sensors, and Missile Defense Directorate in Woburn, MA developing strategic business.
From 2008 to 2012, Alexander served as a Government Program Manager with the Missile Defense Agency where he was a key senior civilian leader of the Directorate of Engineering. In this capacity, he was Program Director for all the Agency’s Modeling and Simulations activities that support Missile Defense capability development and MDA test activities.
From 1987 to 2008, Alexander served as a U.S. Army Acquisition Officer with numerous Program Management leadership positions. Those included, Deputy Program Manager for the U.S. Marine Corps Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement program, which earned the Department of Defense Packard Award for Innovation in Acquisition in 2000. Additionally, he led organizations in research and development with both the Tank Automotive Research and Development Center and the Missile Defense Agency. He retired as an Army Officer after 20 years of distinguished service to his country.
Earlier key assignments include: Duty Chief of Staff and Executive Officer for the Joint National Integration Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado; Executive Officer to the Missile Defense Agency’s CIO; Missile Defense Agency’s Director of Engineering for Modeling and Simulation; Commander of a U.S. Army Maintenance Unit in Aberdeen Maryland; Operations Officer for a General Support Patriot/Hawk Maintenance Company; and Operations Officer for the U.S. Army’s only Special Weapons Special Assignment Air Mission Unit both in Miesau, Germany.
Alexander is a member of the Colorado Space Business Round Table, Citizens for Space Exploration, Aerospace States Association, Association of the United States Army, The Department of Defense Acquisition Corps, the United States Army Ordnance Corps Association and the Missile Defense Advocacy Organization.
Alexander holds Bachelor’s degrees in both Economics and Political Science from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh, a Master’s in International Relations from Troy State University and a Master’s degree in Business Acquisition/Procurement Management from Webster University. Among military schools, he attended the U.S. Army Ordnance School Basic and Advanced Course and the Army Command and General Staff College. Additionally, he is certified professional in Program Management, International Program Management, Test and Evaluation and Logistics by the Defense Acquisition University.