Greg White

VP/CFO (Ret.),
Raytheon Missile Systems

Gregory (Greg) J. White is past vice president of Finance at Raytheon Missile Systems. In that role he was responsible for all business organization, product line, and functional business planning and reporting. White directed overall coordination of accounting, financial planning, direct and indirect budgets, financial systems, and the financial portion of business planning. Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN), with 2012 sales of $24 billion and 68,000 employees worldwide, is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, homeland security and other government markets throughout the world. Raytheon’s global headquarters is in Waltham, Mass.

Prior to this in his role as vice president of Business Transformation for Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) Finance, White drove process improvement, cost efficiencies and partnerships with business and cross-function stakeholders. White’s leadership significantly influenced IDS Competitive Value Analysis, Earned Value Management culture change, and competitive capture process efficiency.

Before joining Raytheon, White worked as vice president of Finance for the Electronics, Information & Support Business at BAE Systems. In this role, he was responsible for leading four lines of business valued at $9 billion, and was responsible for the full spectrum of financial management, excluding treasury, tax and investor relations. White joined BAE in 2001 through a Lockheed Martin business divestiture and rotated through various product lines in increasingly responsible leadership roles. He also held business management positions at Lockheed Martin and General Electric.

White has executive-level financial experience and extensive customer relationship and defense industry experience. In addition to his experience in the defense and aerospace markets, he worked in the commercial heavy manufacturing and financial services industries.

White holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts and is a graduate of the General Electric Financial Management Program.