Prior to Barbour’s current position, she served as senior vice president of the Enterprise Business Services organization and Lockheed’s chief information officer, heading all of the corporation’s internal information technology operations, including protecting the company’s infrastructure and information from cyber threats. Her experience also includes leadership in Shared Services and Internal Audit functions, providing knowledge and oversight of supply chain activities, internal controls and risk management.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Ms. Barbour to our board,” said Inge Thulin, 3M chairman, president and CEO. “She is a talented and proven business leader with valuable insight and tremendous experience with leading large-scale information systems operations.”
Active in the global business community, Barbour has been a director at Lockheed Martin Australia Pty. Ltd., a subsidiary company focused on security and aerospace, since 2013. She was recognized by Fortune Magazine last year as one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in Business.”