Regan EdensChief Operations Officer
areas of expertise
- Risk Governance
- Organizational Transformation & Alignment
- Vertical and Horizontal Technology Integration in Complex Operational Environments
- Data driven analytics
- Product Life Cycle Management & Manufacturing
- Risk assessments of highly complex organizations
- Cross-Cultural Communication
- BS, Human Development (Human Ecology) at Cornell University
Regan Edens serves as the Chief Operations Officer for Globaleyes, and also serves on the Advisory Board for Hoplite Industries, a cybersecurity technology company. Repeatedly chosen over 25+ years in military, private, and government sectors to champion and transform dynamic organizations in order to significantly improve competitive advantage and performance through cross-discipline operations and technologies in the most demanding environments. Leads organizational transformation and risk governance by building, transforming, or reorganizing dynamic organizations through the rapid integration of “back to the basics”, innovative methods, and industry best practices within core business functions under the most difficult operational environments, high risk, and high growth opportunities. He has led private companies, federal, and military organizations through the most difficult operational challenges- People, Purpose, Processes, Products & Technology.
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Operationally planned, deployed, and integrated over $2.5 Billion in technologies in extreme high risk environments as a Senior Leader, over 200 locations across several DoD programs. Managed risk and led performance driven growth of commercial, defense industry and gov emerging technology organizations supporting ‘no fail’ missions.
Specializes in rapid inextremis organizational cross-discipline systems, operations, product, and technology risk management, lifecycle development, manufacturing, deployment, integration, and sustainment within high intensity, volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environments.
In 2011, led the most decorated DoD Intel support teams in Afghanistan, Operation of Enduring Freedom XIII with 4 Superior Civilian Service Awards, 2012. The third highest award to a DoD employee. In 2002, he led one of the most decorated small units in Afghanistan during Operation Enduring Freedom II with 14 Bronze Stars, 10 Army Commendation Medals, and 6 Army Achievement Medals.