Previously, Massey was appointed the vice president for Strategy and Operations with Radiance Technologies back in March 2021 to oversee the company’s program planning, execution, business development and strategy activities.
“This well-earned promotion recognizes Tim’s many contributions to Radiance, his deep understanding of the Defense Sector portfolio, and his strong customer relationships.” said Radiance President Tim Tinsley. “He is uniquely qualified to lead these crucial business programs and successfully continue to focus on providing innovative solutions to our customers.”
Massey will bring more than 30 years of significant experience to his new role with Radiance Technologies. In his new role, he will provide leadership across business groups within the Defense sector and ensure continued focus on operational excellence in key market areas for the company and its customers.
As Masset continues to support all Radiance employee-owners, the organizations’ missions and talent strategy, he will also lead the company’s business in directed energy, space, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance as well as GEOINT, electronic warfare, aviation, prototyping, and test/training solutions.
Prior to joining Radiance, Massey served as the vice president of Business Development for the Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) with a specific focus on its U.S. Army business. In addition, Massey also served as the vice president of its Science and Technology division and was responsible for all aspects of the business.
Over his long federal career, Massey has provided key support to the intelligence community and other DoD agencies with ballistic and surface-to-air missile modeling and threat definition, radar modeling and simulation, intelligence analysis, organizational leadership and more.
About Radiance Technologies
Radiance Technologies is an employee-owned small business prime contractor founded in 1999. Radiance has over 800 employee-owners across the United States serving the Department of Defense, national intelligence community and other government agencies.