Todd McNutt leads Booz Allen’s work in countering weapons of mass destruction. During his 31 years with the firm, he led numerous domestic and international projects. He has more than 20 years of leadership, program management, and international business operations experience in the former Soviet Union. Todd specializes in overcoming the regulatory, licensing, permitting, and certification challenges posed in large infrastructure, nuclear, biological, and chemical projects through working closely with domestic and international government and industry executives.
Todd worked on several large-scale projects since 1995, including plutonium disposition efforts for the Department of Energy, and various mission-related activities for the U.S. Department of Defense, including economic and cost analysis, regulatory management and strategy development, technical and overall project management, and business implementation and sustainability issues. He is an expert in international business operations, having provided technical coordination for defense and commercial consulting projects in the United States, Europe, Russia, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Africa, Japan, and Azerbaijan.
Todd oversees all aspects of business for several business lines at Booz Allen, including talent aligned to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA). He currently oversees DTRA’s cooperative threat reduction support work in Lorton, Virginia. He also leads cross-cutting firm initiatives focused on integrated air and missile defense and hypersonics, bringing a myriad of capabilities to these important missions.
Todd has a bachelor of science degree in engineering from the University of Maryland, focusing on several specialty areas including radioactive waste stream management, acquisition streamlining, quality assurance inspector, water purification, nuclear material tracking and storage. He previously served in the U.S. Navy as a nuclear submarine propulsion specialist.