Jeremy Tondreault is the President of BAE Systems Platforms & Services, reporting to Tom Arseneault, President and CEO of BAE Systems, Inc.
Headquartered in Falls Church, Va., the Platforms & Services sector employs about 12,000 people around the world with major operations across more than 20 sites in Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States. The sector includes six U.S. and international business areas, producing combat vehicles, weapon systems, munitions, and performing naval ship modernization and repair.
Platforms & Services products include tracked and wheeled armored combat vehicles, maritime and land gun systems, missile launch systems, precision-guided weapons and munitions, and explosives and propellants.
In his 26 year career with BAE Systems, Jeremy has held a number of senior leadership positions. In addition to his current role, Jeremy serves as the co-executive sponsor of the BAE Systems, Inc. Multi-Cultural Network and Employee Resource Groups which are a key component of the company’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion efforts.
Prior to his current role, Jeremy served as Vice President and General Manager of the Combat Mission Systems business, where he focused on development and production of combat vehicles and weapon systems across ground, amphibious and maritime platforms to meet U.S. and partner nation mission needs. Jeremy previously served as Vice President of Operations for the BAE Systems Electronic Systems sector, providing critical leadership focused on achieving Operational Excellence. These efforts included launching the “Partner 2 Win” program, focusing on supply chain excellence and Ramp-to-Rate effort to modernize factories and implement advanced manufacturing technologies to ultimately ramp up production while improving quality and reducing costs.
Jeremy received a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Syracuse University, a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and a master’s degree in System Design and Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Jeremy and his wife Samantha, who is also an engineer, have three children: Nathan, Christopher and Ryan.