Dr. Skip Williams is LightRidge Solution’s Chief Technology Officer, responsible for the definition and implementation of the company’s long-term technology strategy. He was previously Director of Business Development and Technical Fellow at L3Harris Technologies, where he drove technical innovation and spearheaded new business. Prior to his tenure at L3Harris, Williams was the Chief Executive Officer and President of OEwaves Inc. providing state-of-the-art radio frequency and laser photonic technologies and products for sensing, communications, and test and measurement. Williams has over 20 years of government service and held senior positions at Naval Information Warfare Center, the Navy’s technical authority and acquisition command for C4ISR and space systems, as well as the Space Vehicles, Aerospace Systems, and Directed Energy Directorates of the Air Force Research Laboratory. He has also held positions with the Department of Energy at Los Alamos National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories. In these positions, he has used his technical leadership to improve business performance across a diverse range of defense research and technology development activities.
Governor Glenn Youngkin today announced that Trident Systems, a LightRidge Solutions Company and a leader in multi-function space electronics and integrated C4ISR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance) solutions, is investing $3.7 million to expand capacity at its operation in Fairfax County for the production of space electronic systems for the U.S. Government, Department of Defense, and U.S. Intelligence Community.