- Seasoned national security expert and the nation’s first African-American female Naval Flight Officer joins Booz Allen’s global defense business as part of the aerospace account
- Wright-Springer brings a diverse and extensive background in national security services, policy, government and corporate responsibility, information technology, and more
- Wright-Springer will be a leader in Booz Allen’s support of Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control (CJADC2) work
March 9, 2021
McLean, VA – Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) announced today that national security expert Matice Wright-Springer has rejoined the firm as a partner and senior vice president in the firm’s global defense group as part of its aerospace account. In addition to her day-to-day role, Wright-Springer will serve as a key leader supporting the Department of Defense’s efforts to enable Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control (CJADC2), bringing firsthand experience on its impact as a former Naval officer, defense civilian, and industry leader.
In a career spanning the U.S. Navy – including service as the nation’s first African-American female Naval Flight Officer – Department of Defense, consulting, and more, Wright-Springer brings an extensive background in national security services, policy, government and corporate responsibility, and information technology.
“The nature of warfare has evolved and requires a multidomain approach that fuses technology and mission in a way that accelerates performance, readiness, and resilience,” said Andrea Inserra, a Booz Allen executive vice president and leader of the firm’s aerospace account. “With her unique military, policy, and industry background, Matice will be an asset to Booz Allen and our clients as we work together to deliver integrated platforms that enable information dominance in any environment.”