VICE PRESIDENT, COMPETITIVE ANALYTICS & PRICING SOLUTIONS
Ricardo Lopez is the Vice President of Competitive Differentiation at Lone Star Analysis, Inc. and joined the company in 2012. Ricardo is also an adjunct instructor at UT-Arlington teaching Advanced Leadership Theory.
Previously, Ricardo was a Competitive Strategy and Price to Win Manager for Raytheon Network Centric Systems. He joined Raytheon in 2004 and previously held positions as Capture Manager, one of the youngest qualified in company history, Bid and Proposal Manager, Program Manager, and Manufacturing Engineer. In only three and a half years, Ricardo moved into a leadership position with Raytheon, one of the youngest in the company to earn this distinction.
Ricardo holds two degrees from UT-Arlington, a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (’04, Summa Cum Laude), a Masters of Business Administration in Finance (’07) and was the first Leadership Academy graduate.