New Hire Announcement – Wendy Lee, Vice President and Director of Business Development for Platform Aerospace

PRESS RELEASE               


Release October 2019
For More Information Contact:
Wendy Lee
VP and Director of Business Development

Hollywood, MD – Platform Aerospace ( is excited to welcome Wendy Lee to the Platform Team as its VP and Director of Business Development.  Wendy is a long-time leader of successful teams supporting defense agencies with 30 years of experience supporting the U.S. Navy (USN) primarily as well as the U.S. Marine Corp (USMC), U.S. Air Force (USAF), Federal Government, and industry.  As VP and Director of Business Development she brings executive level experience to the Platform Aerospace team in business analysis and decision making, business development, profit and loss center management, long term growth solutions, and pipeline development. Wendy’s experiences from the 'hangar deck' to the executive suite gives her a unique ability in relating to our Government customers which provides the best mix of technical and business resources to meet their needs on schedule and at a competitive price. 

“I can’t tell you how excited we are to have Wendy on our team! I have worked with her over the years and have tremendous respect for Wendy.  She has a strong reputation of being someone who is trustworthy and gets things done.” Says Kurt Parsons, Platform Aerospace CEO.  Wendy began her career as a USAF Military Pay Analyst with follow-on time supporting the District of Columbia Air National Guard as Executive Assistant to the Squadron Commander. She joined the NAVAIR community in 1989 originally with ISI as an IT Specialist, moving on to MIL Corporation supporting F18 and Subsequently EA6B as and IT Analyst and moving over to the program side as as an Acquisition Analyst with Camber supporting PMA-266, Navy and Marine Corp Multi-Mission Tactical Unmanned Aircraft Systems, where she worked on the Small Tactical Unmanned Air System (STUAS) and the Vertical Takeoff Unmanned Air Vehicle (VTUAV) programs. Her outstanding workforce and business management skills, customer relationships and technical expertise led to her promotion to Operations Manager at Camber’s Patuxent River Office, and subsequently to Deputy and eventually Vice President and Division Manager with responsibility for contracts producing approximately $85M in annual revenue.  As the Vice President for Strategic Operations and Business Development for Ausley she continued that success with her sound relationships and customer insight that led to the win of several large IDIQs and task orders prior to the acquisition of Ausley by MAG Aerospace.  If you’re interested in hearing more or would like to tour our plant please contact Wendy Lee ( and take a look at what we are doing for major customers here at our plant in Hollywood MD.


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