Louis Chenevert is the president of Atwater Marine and the former chairman and CEO of United Technologies Corporation in Farmington, Connecticut. He was the president of Pratt & Whitney in Canada in Longueuil, Quebec and the founding director and a board member of Montreal’s International Advisory Board. The UTC is a global commercial aerospace defense company that provides clients with the latest technology. He received his bachelor’s degree in commerce and his honorary doctorate at the University of Montreal. He is also a board member of the Friends of HEC Montreal and served as a production general manager at General Motors’ St. Therese operation.
In addition, Louis Chenevert worked for the Goldman Sachs Merchant Division as a Senior Industry Advisor. He is a chairman of the Yale Cancer Center Advisory Board and Cargill Inc. He is a member of the business council and was inducted as a fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. He worked for the UTC for 22 years and contributed to the company’s success. They create elevators, escalators and moving walkways for companies. They make air conditioning and refrigeration. They design smoke alarms, security systems and solutions for saving energy. They are leaders in the aerospace industry and create defense products as well as electrical systems, wheels, and brakes for aircraft. They also create landing gear and propeller systems.
United Technologies manufacturers systems for commercial and military aircraft. They design products for fixed wing, rotorcraft, missile and fly by wire cockpit controls. They manufacture products for ships, submarines and commercial planes that are engineered with a polymer. Chenevert is considered a leader in the aerospace industry and has had an exceptional career. He has initiated many new aerospace designs and values forming lasting relationships with clients. He believes in collaborating with his team to ensure company goals are achieved and is passionate about implementing new plans.
Louis Chenevert is an influential leader in the engineering industry. He has contributed to the success and reputation of many companies. He has now decided to take out time for his own passions in life.