Hewitt retired from active duty in 2014 after 31 years of service as an aviator in the Navy. During his Navy career, his area of expertise included acquisition programs, legislative affairs, joint warfare, Information Operations, Cyberspace Operations, Non-Kinetic and Net warfare for the Department of Defense.
After retirement, he founded HSH Analytics and transitioned his skills in support of new solutions in the national security environment. He also became the CEO for the Center for Social Computation, providing computational integration and data distillation using open source analytics for both government and private sector clients.
Hewitt is also co-founder and CEO of IP3 (International Peace, Power, and Prosperity), an international energy and security company with the mission of bringing safe and secure nuclear power to the world’s most critical markets.