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Bruce Sellers

Leader Biographies

Bruce Sellers

Vice President, Global Business Development

Bruce Sellers is the vice president of global business development for Oshkosh Defense, a position he was appointed to in March 2023.  Sellers leads business development efforts across all domestic and international opportunities.

Sellers joined Oshkosh in 2010 as the director of business development for Marine Corps programs. He later assumed responsibility for business development initiatives associated with the Joint programs group, and next responsibility for the Army programs group. He works from and manages our Stafford, VA office with frequent travel to our Oshkosh, WI campus as well as to our customers’ locations around the world.

Prior to joining Oshkosh, Sellers served in program management and business development roles at Thales Communications Incorporated and General Dynamics Land Systems. Before joining the industry, Sellers was a federal government civilian employee for over 13 years with various Marine Corps and Navy offices including more than a decade in international business roles.

Sellers holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of South Carolina. He has attended the Federal Executive Institute, completed Defense Acquisition University courses, and is a Level III certified DAWIA acquisition professional in program management.