HERNDON, VA — Exostar, a leader in trusted, secure business collaboration in aerospace and defense (A&D), life sciences, and healthcare, today announced that Philip E. Goslin has joined its Board of Directors.
Goslin currently serves as vice president of Global Supply Chain for Lockheed Martin’s Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS) business area, which comprises more than 1,000 programs around the world. In that role, Goslin’s responsibilities span all aspects of supply chain strategy, supply chain operations, and subcontract program management for RMS.
“Philip brings industry and subject matter expertise acquired over a 40-year career of high achievement at some of the world’s most respected manufacturing and information technology firms,” said Paul G. Kaminski, Exostar’s Chairman of the Board. “We appreciate Lockheed Martin’s continued commitment to Exostar, and we’ll benefit from Philip’s strategic, tactical, and practical experience in managing, securing, and optimizing a global, multi-tiered A&D supply chain.”
Goslin also currently leads Lockheed Martin’s Supply Chain Council. In that capacity, he oversees supply chain policy, enterprise initiatives, and cross-business area collaboration. Prior to assuming his position as vice president of Global Supply Chain, Goslin served as director of Sourcing at Lockheed Martin, where he defined and implemented supply chain best practices and supplier integration strategy. Previously, he held positions of increasing responsibility at Lockheed Martin, Martin Marietta, and General Electric.
“Managing risk to secure the cyber supply chain and promoting business collaboration is increasingly vital across our industry,” Goslin said. “I look forward to working with my colleagues on the Board and Exostar’s executive leadership team to collectively enhance the company’s solutions and extend its A&D industry leadership position.”