Jacqueline (Jackie) Schmoll is senior director of strategy and growth for the Space Systems sector within L3Harris Technologies Space and Airborne Systems segment. Space and Airborne Systems includes space payloads, sensors and full-mission solutions; classified intelligence and cyber defense; avionics; and electronic warfare. Schmoll assumed this position in 2019, reporting to the vice president of strategy and business development in Space and Airborne Systems. In this role, Schmoll is responsible for new business revenue growth, driving the Space Systems strategic growth plan, as well as leading a team of more than 40 business development professionals representing end-to-end space mission capabilities.
Previously, she was general manager for Government GEOINT Systems within L3Harris’ Geospatial Solutions business unit. Her responsibilities included managing a multibillion dollar portfolio of competitive and sole source IDIQ vehicles with the National Geospatial Agency, multiple systems level applications for Combatant Commands, classified agencies and international governments for mapping, content management, and GEOINT search and retrieval.
Prior to her role managing a Profit & Loss business area, Schmoll served as senior program manager for L3Harris’ Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance business unit. She led a small satellite program for the United States Army after transitioning from her previous role as director of business development with L3Harris’ Environmental Solutions business unit, responsible for the business unit growth strategy and capture execution.
Before joining L3Harris, Schmoll was senior manager of Business Development and Capture Management for Lockheed Martin. She was responsible for winning new business accounts with strategic customers in the United States Department of Defense and International community. Previously, she worked for a.i. solutions as a mission analyst where she performed flight dynamics and orbital analysis for NASA and United States Air Force spacecraft missions. She moved into roles of increasing responsibility where she ultimately won and managed new domestic and international business accounts centered around the company’s software products.
Schmoll is a member of AIAA and supports the Modeling and Simulation Technical Committee. She received her master of business administration and bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Maryland. She successfully completed a leadership development program from Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. In 2019, Schmoll was awarded the Spacecoast Business 40 Under 40 Award.