Justin Dillard

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Justin
Dillard

Biography: 

Justin Dillard is the Director of Enterprise Demand & Supply Control for Supply Chain Management (SCM) at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics. In this capacity, he is accountable for driving alignment of demand and supply concepts across the Aeronautics business by integrating program offices, engineering, production and sustainment to ensure the company efficiently delivers our supply chain commitments.

Prior to joining SCM, Justin Dillard was the Advanced Pilot Training (APT) Deputy Program Director within Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Development Programs (ADP). In this role, Mr. Dillard was responsible for driving daily operations to execute commitments for flight test program completion, stand-up of a new Final Assembly & Checkout (FACO) facility and competitive proposal development.

Prior to joining ADP, he served as Senior Manager for Marketing Integration within the Aeronautics Strategy and Business Development (ASBD) organization. Mr. Dillard was responsible for leading our key customer engagements across the Aeronautics business, including air and trade shows around the world, to deliver high quality customer engagements in a manner consistent with our company strategy.

As a Lockheed Martin employee for more than 15 years, Mr. Dillard has successfully assumed increasing levels of responsibility across various sustainment, acquisition, program management and operations positions across Aeronautics including working on the F-22 Raptor and F-35 Lightning II Programs. In addition, he was selected for several leadership development programs including serving as Executive Assistant to the Executive Vice President and General Manager for Aeronautics Operations from September 2010 - August 2012 and completing the Corporate Strategy and Business Development (CSBD) Leadership Academy from 2012 - 2013.

Justin earned his bachelor’s degree in Information and Operations Management from Texas A&M University and a Master’s in Business Administration from Texas Christian University.

He and his wife Rachel live in Fort Worth, Texas. They have two daughters, Emeline and Peyton.