Terrance Drabant is currently Vice Chairman of the Board of William E. Wecker Associates, Inc. and CEO and President of the JVax Investment Group, LLC, which is a private investment partnership. Prior to the formation of JVax IG, LLC, he was a Lockheed Martin Corporate Vice President and President, Lockheed Martin Mission Systems. This was a $1B systems integration company within Lockheed Martin that was responsible for contracts and proposals relating to space, information superiority, network centric warfare, command and control, and combat support. Previously, Mr. Drabant was vice president and general manager of IBM Federal Systems and president, Loral Federal Systems
He has previously served as, Chairman of the board of Azul Systems, Inc., a member of the Board of Directors of RT Logic Inc. And a member of the board of directors of Linkapedia LLC.
He has previously served as a member of the University of Maryland College of Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics Board of Visitors, a Director of the Security Affairs Support Association, a member of the Systems Engineering Institute Software Process Program Advisory Board, member of the Board of Directors of the Information Technology Association of America, the 1998 World Congress of Information Technology, a member of the University of Colorado Department of Computer Science Board of Visitors.
Mr. Drabant is currently on the Board of Directors of VidSys Inc, a Founding Director of the Air Force Academy Foundation, on the board of Rocky Mountain Underground and Founder and Chairman of the Board of the Starfish Foundation.
Mr. Drabant holds a B.S. degree in Engineering Science from the U.S. Air Force Academy, and is a distinguished graduate of the Department of Defense Management School Program Management Course, a graduate of the UCLA Modern Engineering program and Fellow of the MIT Seminar XXI (Foreign Policies and the National Interest).