Jacqueline “Jackie” Schmoll
Vice President, Requirements & Capabilities, Space & C2 Systems
Raytheon Intelligence & Space
Jackie Schmoll is vice president for Requirements and Capabilities for the Space & C2 Systems strategic business unit at Raytheon Intelligence & Space. As the Requirements and Capabilities Executive for Space & C2 Systems, Jackie is responsible for developing and executing growth strategies across the U.S. Department of Defense and Intelligence Communities, international and civilian space, and command and control markets. She provides critical thought leadership to shape and lead market trends while maintaining a thorough understanding of customer environments.
Before coming to Raytheon Technologies, Schmoll was General Manager and P&L executive for the ISR Space division in the Space Systems sector at L3Harris Technologies in their Space and Airborne Systems segment. She was responsible for over $300M in annual sales for multiple end- to-end space mission prime contracts across the DOD and Intelligence customers, driving 50% year over year growth for the previous two years. Schmoll assumed this position in 2020, reporting to the president of Space Systems. The ISR division provides high performance, end-to- end responsive space solutions for critical missions on reduced timelines for National Security Space customers. Reconfigurable, multi-mission payloads within the business provide on-orbit mission flexibility solutions for responsive satellites & hosted payloads.
Schmoll is a member of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and supports the Modeling and Simulation Technical Committee. She received her Master of Business Administration and Bachelor’s Degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Maryland. She successfully completed a L3Harris leadership development program from Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2018, and was recognized for the Space Coast Business 40 Under 40 Award in 2019.
International Space Collaboration Luncheon
Wednesday, April 19, 2023
12:15 pm - 1:45 pm
Track: Meal Event, Symposium Program