From 1997 to 2002, Vince Caluori was President and CEO of Wizards of the Coast, where he was responsible for the overall leadership and operation of this market-leading games company; with a peak staff of 1,800 employees and revenues of $780 million.
Before Wizards, he was Manager of the Space Division Business Development at the Boeing Company from 1976 to 1995. In this period, he established an unprecedented competitive sales record winning over 90% of all bids for NASA and the United States Air Force projects. This success led directly to over $350 million in contracts and $10 billion of business over the life of those programs.
He began his engineering career at Boeing in 1962 and worked on a number of programs including the B1 bomber, the space shuttle, the Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS), military derivatives of Boeing's commercial airplanes, the C-14 Advanced STOL transport, and the NASA-Navy VSTOL. His most senior engineering position was Chief Engineer for the Space Station.
Caluori has a BS in Aeronautical Engineering from St. Louis University
Vince is a competitive cross-country skier and a model airplane builder and pilot