Michelle Styczynski ’03, MS ’07
Agile Radar Solutions, Advanced Products & Solutions
Michelle A. Styczynski is vice president of the Agile Radar Solutions organization within Advanced Products & Solutions for Raytheon, a business of RTX.
Styczynski is responsible for delivering active electronically scanned and proven sensor radar solutions on unmanned, rotary and fixed wing platforms. Specifically, she owns the development, production, delivery and sustainment of the APG-63(V)X, APG-82(V)1 radar products for the F-15, the APG-79(V)X radar products for the F/A-18, the B-52 AESA radar and the sustainment of the B2 radar product supporting both U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy and multiple international customers. Styczynski is also responsible for the development and production of the PhantomStrike radar which is the newest low cost, low SWaP and air-cooled fire control radar that Raytheon is producing. She is also responsible for terrain following sensors including Silent Knight / LANTIRN, Maritime Surveillance Sensors APY-10, SeaVue MR and the seeker than goes into the Harpoon missile which supports customers such as Boeing, SOCOM, USN and General Atomics and Leidos.
Styczynski began her career as a mechanical engineer designing the array power supply for the F-15 APG-63(V)3 system, before moving to program operations for the delivery of the entire APG-63(V)3 system to domestic and international customers. She then transitioned into program management.
Styczynski was the recipient of the Raytheon Company Program Leadership Award in 2017 for her efforts in successfully negotiating and capturing awards of over $400 million in bookings. She holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles.