I. Executive Summary: Victor See is a seasoned executive with over 30 years of experience in Aerospace, Aviation, and Information Technology business areas. He brings a wealth of expertise in leadership, program management, financial success, profit and loss reporting, both financial and long term budgetary oversight and creating an outstanding corporate and business environment. He is a strategic advisor and consultant to numerous companies for new start strategies and development, market analysis, corporate culture analysis, and return on investment trades, providing executive IT, Research and Development, and space acquisition expertise to industry, the Intelligence Community and Department of Defense. He retired from the U.S. Navy as a Rear Admiral (UH) in 2009 and is an experienced leader, manager and effective communicator with exceptional people skills which delivers results. Significant experience includes: Leadership, Strategic Planning, Business Development, Executive education and Company Cultural Analysis, Program Management, Innovation and Technology, Teambuilding and Communications.
II. Current & Past Work: Currently, he provides board member and advisory services and strategic consulting services for numerous companies. Previously he was responsible for the leadership and management of Integrity Applications Incorporated (IAI) and all of it’s program operations. IAI is an engineering and software services company with a nationwide presence supporting the intelligence community and other civil, defense and intelligence customers with a focus on Government space and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance systems activities. IAI is a ‘Great Place to Work’ and was ranked #2 Best Medium Company to work for in America in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 by the Great Places to Work Institute/Fortune Magazine. He was a key leader to IAI’s double digit growth each year from 2009 to present. IAI was also recognized as a 2013 Washingtonian Magazine top ranked company to work for in Washington DC, and a Washington Post Top company for 2015. He was the singular company representative to Executive Mosaic (EM) industry forum for key interface and coordination, and was Chairman of the EM Intelligence Group in 2013.
Prior to working in industry, he was a Navy two-star holding three jobs leading Navy Space acquisition; as the Communications Director, National Reconnaissance Office, designing, delivering, and operating space systems, terrestrial networks, enterprise systems and information technology systems for the largest US inventory worldwide network; the Program Executive Officer for the U.S. Navy's UHF satellite communications program; and Commander of the SPAWAR Space Field Activity, an organization of military and civilian personnel in space acquisition delivering capabilities to the Navy and Department of Defense.
III. Miscellaneous: In addition to his executive career, Vic was an Outside Director, Board of Directors, GMV Space Systems, Rockville, MD, as well as a senior consultant to Metispace Technologies and INMARSAT Government Solutions. He was the Chairman of a large not for profit 501 (c)(3) charity that provided services to the poor of Wyoming county, West Virginia, and the Itmann food bank in Mullens, WV.
He is a current BoD member of a small systems engineering and software space company in Virginia. Over the past 20 years, Vic has established himself as a strategic leader in the classified and unclassified space and IT businesses. He has been a keynote speaker at numerous Global military and commercial satellite communication and Information Technology forums. He is a featured guest instructor at the NRO’s Acquisition Center of Excellence (ACE) teaching leadership, program management, cultural assessments, and lessons learned.
IV. Education & Certifications: Victor See obtained his Bachelors of Science in Physics/Oceanography from the United States Naval Academy. He holds a MS in Aeronautical Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School, and is a certified Defense Acquisition Level III Program Manager via the Defense Systems Management College