Randy Starr is an advisor to executives in the Aerospace and Defense industry for Strategy&, PwC’s strategy consulting business. Based in Florham Park, NJ, he is a Principal with PwC US. He has 13 years experience with Strategy&. He co-leads our strategy consulting work in the aerospace and defense and national security sectors, and also has extensive experience helping senior clients address a broad range of strategic issues in the information technology and telecommunications sectors.
Mr. Starr specializes in combining market and technology insights to develop business strategies in commercial and government markets. He works with clients on growth strategy, corporate portfolio management, major investments, operational transformation, and organizational effectiveness. His clients consist of many leading aerospace and defense companies that include systems integrators, technology manufacturers, service providers, and investment firms in the U.S. and abroad. Some of his recent engagements include:
Cost transformation program and integrated market and product strategy for a $3B U.S. satellite systems integrator
Domestic and international strategy of a U.S. defense prime’s C4ISR and security businesses
U.S. defense market strategy for a major wireless communications manufacturer and solutions provider
Before joining Strategy&, Mr. Starr served in numerous management positions with Bell Atlantic Corporation including technology planning, network engineering, service operations, and marketing & sales support. Prior to that Mr. Starr served as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army, where he commanded an airborne unit with a global no-notice response mission, and served as a fire support coordinator for battalion-level mechanized and airborne infantry units.
Mr. Starr received his BS from the United States Military Academy at West Point, MS from Stevens Institute of Technology, and MBA from Columbia University. He holds a U.S. Government Top Secret/SCI security clearance.
In his spare time, Randy enjoys the outdoors, focusing on lowering his handicap on the golf course, fly fishing for trout, and skiing in the Rockies.