Grant Hagen

President, Cyber, Electronic Warfare and Space

Grant Hagen is the president of the Cyber, Electronic Warfare and Space business group in HII’s Mission Technologies division. Named to this position in November 2021, he is responsible for leading a wide range of cyber, spectrum and space capabilities.

Hagen previously served as Mission Technologies’ senior vice president of business operations and was responsible for facilities, quality, and merger and acquisition integration, including the acquisitions of Alion Science & Technology, Hydroid and Spatial Integrated Systems’ autonomy business. He was also instrumental in the development and construction of HII’s Unmanned Systems Center of Excellence.

Prior to joining Mission Technologies, Hagen served in a number of director-level positions at HII’s Newport News Shipbuilding division. He began his career at Newport News as a submarine hull engineer on the Seawolf program and held various roles with the company in waterfront engineering, business management and aircraft carrier programs.

Hagen also served in various leadership positions for Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems, including director of programs and business development.

Hagen holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Arkansas State University and an MBA from the College of William and Mary. He has attended executive education programs at Carnegie Mellon University, Penn State University, and William and Mary, and he holds project management professional credentials from the Project Management Institute. He has served on U.S. Northern Command private sector panels and participated in the North American Aerospace Defense Command/NORTHCOM Civic Leader Program. He serves on the board of trustees for the Muscarelle Museum of Art.

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