Michael F. Camardo, retired executive vice president of Lockheed Martin Information & Technology Services, is on the Franklin Institute's board of trustees and serves as board chairman for several other organizations. He became president of Lockheed Martin Services Group after the Lockheed/MartinMarietta merger in March 1995. Previously, Camardo served on the Philadelphia Fed's Business Council, the executive advisory council of the Rutgers School of Business in Camden, and a member of the Camden Partnership. He serves as board chairman for Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center Healthcare Services Inc., the Haddonfield Symphony Orchestra, and the Greater Camden Partnership. He holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Villanova University.