Vice President, Integration & Operations MITRE National Security
Eileen Boettcher is vice president, integration and operations, MITRE National Security. In this new role, she develops and oversees the implementation of operational policies and practices to meet current and future mission needs of the MITRE National Security Sector. The MNS sector develops solutions to DoD agencies, the Intelligence community, and the NIST Cybersecurity Center of Excellence. She leads the integration of efforts across the sector and in coordination with the entire MITRE Corporation focused on workforce engagement, program execution, financial management, and quality assurance.
Boettcher has more than 30 years of experience in systems engineering in areas such as distributed systems and computing, parallel processing, and networking. She has held other project and technical leadership positions, supporting a variety of Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of Defense (DoD) and intelligence organizations, including the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Defense Information Systems Agency.
Before joining MITRE, Boettcher worked as a member of the technical staff at IBM. She provided parallel distributed computing solutions to a large financial firm on Wall Street. Boettcher also developed modern front-end computer interfaces to mainframe applications for a variety of commercial customers. At the Analytic Services Corporation, she was the technical lead for the U.S. Air Force Armament Division Automation Project.
Boettcher has bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and computer science from Marquette University and a master’s degree in computer science from George Mason University.