Raytheon Company has named Sally Sullivan vice president of US Business Development, and Ed Fortunato vice president of Government Relations. Sullivan and Fortunato will report to John D. Harris II, vice president, Business Development for Raytheon Company, and Chief Executive Officer, Raytheon International, Inc.
"Sally is an experienced business leader with a strong track record of driving growth throughout her career," Harris said. "The breadth and depth of Ed's experience—from the aerospace and defense industry to the US military—will serve the company and our customers well."
Sullivan was most recently the executive vice president for the Homeland Security Group at CSRA Inc., acquired by General Dynamics in April 2018. She previously held senior leadership positions at ManTech International Corporation, Bechtel National, Inc., and Northrop Grumman Corporation. Sullivan earned a bachelor's degree from Texas Tech University.
Fortunato joins Raytheon from Orbital ATK, where he was senior vice president of Government Relations. Orbital ATK was acquired by Northrop Grumman in April 2018. His previous assignments include leading Washington Operations for Honeywell International Inc. and managing legislative affairs in the Office of the Secretary of the US Army. Fortunato earned his MBA from George Washington University and a bachelor's degree from George Mason University.