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Tim Lynch soars high at L3Harris

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Tim Lynch is the Space Segment Executive Director and Chief Mission Architect of L3Harris Technologies. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degree in electrical engineering at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering through Florida State University in 2000 and graduated from the Pennsylvania-Wharton School of Business leadership program in 2017.

Tim Lynch

Lynch has been working at L3Harris for more than 19 years and began his career at the company as an electrical engineer. Over the years he has held positions of increasing responsibility in the areas of engineering, business development, program management, and mission architecture. He now works with customers and programs to develop new solutions and mission architectures to support major areas within the Space Systems sector. This includes small satellites, radiofrequency payloads, electro-optical payloads, and end-to-end mission solutions.

“When I was at college I appreciated the collaboration and openness of the professors. As a student and research assistant, I had the chance to work hand in hand with the professors.” Lynch said. “The college provided the engineering skills I needed to be successful but I also learned about social interaction, team collaboration and how to develop a work/life structure while I was there.” His advice? “Pick a ‘mission’ that you truly believe in, and give it all you have.”