Mark Maybury

Independent Expert on Operations and Technology, Stanley Black & Decker Inc.

DR. MARK MAYBURY is an AI/ML, cybersecurity, digital transformation, and advanced manufacturing expert. An experienced global executive, he currently serves as Chair of the Nominations and Governance Committee and Secretary of the Board at Internet Sciences Inc., as a Special Government Employee of the Defense Science Board, and as a board advisor to Halo.Energy, Flora Coatings, and READY Robotics.

Mark was Stanley Black & Decker’s first-ever Chief Technology Officer. In that position, Mark managed a team across the company's businesses and functions and advised on technological threats and opportunities, as well as provided access to all elements of the global technology ecosystem, helping the company grow to $17B and leading new product development to over $1B in annual revenue and 14.6% vitality.

Prior to joining Stanley Black & Decker, Mark spent 27 years at The MITRE Corporation, where he held a variety of strategic technology roles. Most recently he served as Vice President of Intelligence Portfolios and prior to that was MITRE's Vice President and Chief Security Officer and Director of the National Cybersecurity Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC). Before joining MITRE, Mark served as a U.S. Air Force officer. He later returned to the Air Force as Chief Scientist from 2010 to 2013 where he advised the Chief of Staff and Secretary of the Air Force on a wide range of scientific and technical issues.

He is currently a member of the Defense Science Board and recently completed multiple years of service on the Air Force Scientific Advisory Board and the Homeland Security Science and Technology Advisory committee. He serves on the boards of the Mark Twain House and Museum and Connecticut Science Center. He is a fellow in both the IEEE and the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.

Mark earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics from College of the Holy Cross (Fenwick Scholar, valedictorian), a master's degree in computer speech and language processing from Cambridge University, England (Rotary Scholar), a master's degree in business administration from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a doctoral degree in artificial intelligence also from Cambridge University.

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