Julian Arthur Lewis, MSc, CM, CTE

EnCorps STEM Teachers Program Educator with 34 years of executive, technical and leadership experience supporting technology aircraft programs and aerospace initiatives.

An inspirational supporter of education, Julian is a Certified Technical Educator who has taught graduate, under-graduate and high school courses. Julian is an EnCorps STEM Teachers Program Educator who met Executive Director Katherine Wilcox while both served on the Advisory Board for STEM Academy of Hollywood High School. 

Before teaching, Julian was a Full Spectrum Leader with 34 years of executive, technical and leadership experience supporting technology aircraft programs and critical aerospace initiatives. 

Julian served as a member of Lockheed Martin Associates Company Executive Leadership Team as the Director of Diversity reporting to the President from December 2007 to November 2009. He is known to have worn many hats including: Lockheed Martin African American Leadership West Region Director; Executive Board Advisor for the Lockheed Employee Recreation Club; Chairman of the Board, President, Vice President, and Director of Professional Development for the Lockheed Martin Leadership Association. He retired after thirty-four years of service as the Director of Modification, Maintenance and Flight Operations for the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft in 2013. 

Julian earned Masters Degrees in Aeronautical Science, Aeronautics and Aviation & Aerospace Management from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. He possesses certifications from the FAA, FCC and Delta Airlines. He earned the certified Manager (CM) credential from James Madison University and completed Lockheed Martin’s Executive and Management Development through Growth Enhancement/Management and Financial Strategies programs. He also completed the UCLA Management System Development Projects curriculum.