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Accelerating Career Paths: Focusing on the Gaps
February 17, 2022 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Please join the Galante Engineering Business Program in welcoming Ashley Kelleher (LinkedIn) for a presentation reviewing a framework for career growth based on skills instead of roles. Ashley will discuss stepping away from career thinking in terms of the next role, the career ladder, or a dream job, and instead how to best implement methods of identifying critical skills for success, pinpointing skill gaps, and creating paths to close those gaps by leveraging both business acumen and technical engineering skills to create unique value opportunities. We ask that those attending RSVP at the link here.
Ashley is the staff executive for the Air Power mission area within Raytheon Missiles & Defense, reporting directly to the President of Air Power. Ashley is responsible for the effective communication, coordination, and collaboration of the Air Power leadership team, which manages all Air Force business for Raytheon Missiles & Defense.
Previously, Ashley was a Program Operations Manager in the Sustainment and Sensors mission area. In this role she managed over $250M of material and labor scope for the Sensors Product Line supporting the SPY-6 and AN/TPY-2 radar programs. Ashley was responsible for coordinating multiple cross business teams and 5 manufacturing execution centers to ensure successful on time integration, manufacturing, and alignment to contract schedules.
Other previous roles include Deployment and Change Management Lead for the Common Manufacturing Execution System (CMES), Operations Manager for the Circuit Card Assembly Consolidation, and Manufacturing Manager in the Circuit Card Assembly factory in Andover, MA where she led a team building over 200 products across 7 programs.
Ashley has also held roles outside of Raytheon at Accenture Consulting in Boston, Massachusetts, where she was a management consultant leading multiple clients through large scale digital transformations.
Ashley holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering, and a master’s of business administration from Northeastern University.