Tom Richey is vice president for Business Development for Cybersecurity, Training and Services at Raytheon Intelligence & Space, a business of Raytheon Technologies. Richey handles the strategic vision and growth of new business, competitions and capabilities within cyber training, computer network defense, cyber hardening and other cyber market trends. He is an accomplished information technology business executive, most recently serving as the general manager of aerospace and defense at DXC, where he handled accounts worth more than $1 billion. Before that he was vice president and partner for sales and growth at IBM GBS Federal, where he managed strategic sales and growth activities. Richey worked at IBM after serving as the senior vice president for federal sales at Dell Services Federal Government, where he managed a team of over 60 employees in sales, capture and proposals as part of a $4.3 billion dollar federal product and services F&L. He joined Dell after working at Microsoft for five years, first as the director of the Federal Homeland Security, and then as the executive director of Homeland Security Microsoft. Before that he was a senior policy adviser to Sen. John F. Kerry on economic, health care, education, environmental, energy, foreign relations, and homeland security issues. Richey spent 20 years in the U.S. Coast Guard as a commissioned officer including serving as a congressional aide to the U.S. Senate, a legislative assistant to Sen. Kerry and as member of the program management team handling multimillion-dollar vessel acquisitions. He holds a Bachelor of Science in microbiology and psychology from Arizona State University.
VP, Business Development, Global Cyber Security, Raytheon