SAIC hires new Navy business leader

Barbara Graham will lead SAIC's Navy business as a senior vice president.

Barbara Graham will lead SAIC's Navy business as a senior vice president. Courtesy of SAIC.

Barbara Graham joins SAIC as a senior vice president and will be responsible for strategy and business development functions for this $1 billion-annual revenue portfolio.

Science Applications International Corp. has brought in a new leader for its approximately $1 billion-annual revenue Navy business unit.

Barbara Graham joins SAIC in the role of senior vice president. Her career also includes leadership positions at General Dynamics IT, CACI International and BAE Systems.

Graham's new role at SAIC involves leadership over the Navy unit's strategy, business development and program excellence function. She will report to Bob Genter, president of SAIC’s defense and civilian sector.

“Barbara is an exceptionally talented and experienced leader whose deep customer relationships and knowledge will drive results for our Navy and Marine Corps customers,” Genter said in a release Wednesday. "As a growth-minded leader, she will continue building our Navy business, drive organic growth, scale into key sub-markets and focus on developing a new generation of talent and innovative capabilities.”

Her roles prior to SAIC included responsibility over strategic planning, business development, profit and loss, capture and program management.

Graham is also a Navy veteran.