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Adam Bergeron - Emerging & Developing Global Executives Program

2019 Bowe Fellows


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Adam Bergeron

Program Manager, Launching & Weapon Systems Engineering and Sustainment

Lockheed Martin

Adam Bergeron is the Launching and Weapons System Engineering and Sustainment program manager for Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS). In this capacity, he is responsible for leading the identification, capture, and execution of a portfolio of naval launcher and weapon development and sustainment programs for domestic and international customers. Mr. Bergeron’s international experience has included customers in Japan and the United Kingdom and business development with Thailand, Taiwan, Netherlands, Germany, and Spain.

Previously, Mr. Bergeron was the Vertical Launch ARSOC (VLA) program manager for RMS. In that role, he was responsible for orders, sales, profit, and day-to-day execution of the various projects in the VLA program portfolio supporting both domestic and international customers. Mr. Bergeron was also responsible for transitioning the VLA program from the Lockheed Martin Akron facility to the Lockheed Martin Baltimore facility while actively executing on production programs.

Prior to his program management roles, Mr. Bergeron built technical depth in a variety of increasingly responsible position within Lockheed Martin’s engineering organization including lead systems engineer on international naval launcher programs, deputy engineering project manager for a new launcher development program, and systems integration and test lead for an airborne electronic warfare system.

Mr. Bergeron earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy, a Master’s of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia, and a Master’s of Engineering degree in Systems Engineering from Cornell University.