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UKDSC appoints Dr Llyr Jones as Executive Director Strategy

Posted 1 March 2019 · Add Comment

The UK Defence Solutions Centre (UKDSC) has announced that Dr Llyr Jones will join the UKDSC as Executive Director Strategy on Monday 4th March 2019.


Courtesy UKDSC


Drt Llyr Jones (above) a direct ADS hire, will report to UKDSC CEO Mark Barclay and will also join the UKDSC executive leadership team.

Llyr has been working within the defence, security and aerospace sectors for over 25 years and throughout this time has held a wide range of leadership posts at BAE Systems, Thales, MBDA and their predecessor companies. Llyr’s career spans five continents, with specific international postings including Japan and France. Strategy, corporate development and business development have been the core themes running through his executive roles.

Llyr is a Chartered Director and Chartered Engineer as well as a Fellow of the Institute of Directors and a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society. He holds degrees from several UK universities – including a PhD from the University of Southampton and an MBA from the Loughborough University School of Business and Economics.

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