Jonathan Rambeau

Jon Rambeau

Jonathan Rambeau
BS, Mechanical Engineering, 1996

Jon Rambeau is President of the Integrated Mission Systems business for L3Harris Technologies. In this role, he is responsible for business strategy, financial performance, successful execution and growth of Integrated Mission Systems, which covers an extensive portfolio of solutions including Power Distribution, Reconnaissance, Electro Optics and Aviation.

Before joining L3Harris, Rambeau served as Vice President and General Manager, Integrated Warfare Systems and Sensors for Lockheed Martin Corporation’s Rotary and Mission Systems business. In this role, he was responsible for the strategic, operational and financial performance of missile defense, radar, shipbuilding, directed energy and combat system integration programs, leading a global workforce of over 10,000 employees.

Rambeau began his career as a mechanical engineer with Lockheed Martin as part of their Operations Leadership Development Program. He held key leadership roles in business and program management, technology, engineering and operations across multiple business areas in a career spanning 26 years with the firm.

His previous executive leadership roles within Lockheed Martin include vice president for the C6ISR line of business where he was responsible for undersea, cyber, electronic warfare and command and control capability delivery; vice president and general manager for the Training and Logistics Solutions line of business; vice president of F-35 International Programs where he successfully delivered the first international aircraft to the United Kingdom and added both Israel and Japan as additional partner nations; and vice president for Technology Transition within Lockheed Martin’s Corporate Engineering and Technology organization.

Rambeau holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University and a Master of Science in Technology Management from The Wharton School and the University of Pennsylvania’s College of Engineering and Applied Science. He currently serves as a member of the Executive Advisory Council to the Dean of Drexel University’s College of Engineering, and is the sponsor of the Jon Rambeau 96 Diversity in STEM Advocacy Scholarship.

Mr. Rambeau is the author of the book Breaking away from the Pack, a framework to accelerate professional success.