Terry Crimmins is president of BAE Systems’ Electronic Systems sector and manages its operations spanning commercial and defense electronics markets
Terry Crimmins is president of the BAE Systems Electronic Systems sector, which is headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire, and employs approximately 12,700 employees across 26 major sites. He is responsible for the sector's operations across its broad portfolio of vehicle and mission critical electronic systems from flight and engine controls to electronic warfare, night vision systems, surveillance and reconnaissance sensors, mobile networked-communications equipment, geospatial imagery intelligence products and systems, mission management and power and energy management systems.
Crimmins joined BAE Systems in 2001, holding product line director and deputy general manager positions in the company's Infrared Imaging business. During his time with the company, he has served as vice president of Strategy for Electronic Systems facilitating consolidations, mergers and acquisitions, and intellectual property development. He most recently served as vice president and deputy general manager of the Electronic Systems sector and previously led the Survivability, Targeting, & Sensing Solutions business area, which is focused on electro-optical/infrared products.
Before joining BAE Systems, Crimmins held management positions in both the consumer and medical electronics industries. These responsibilities included engineering, offshore manufacturing, and business development.
He holds a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University.