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Leadership

The UTC Aerospace Systems leadership team is committed to our mission to provide customers with innovative aerospace technologies and integrated systems that advance the performance, safety and efficiency of commercial aviation, global defense and space exploration.

  • Mike Dumais

    President, Power, Controls & Sensing Systems

    Mike Dumais is President of the Power, Controls & Sensing Systems segment of UTC Aerospace Systems. Dumais joined United Technologies in 1998 as Director, Strategic Planning at the UTC corporate office and held that role until 2001, when he was appointed Vice President, Business Development, at Hamilton Sundstrand. In 2003, Dumais was appointed to the position of Vice President and General Manager, Worldwide Repair, and subsequently assumed the role of Vice President and General Manager, Hamilton Sundstrand Customer Service in 2004. In this role, he was responsible for the company’s Aerospace Commercial Spare Parts, Repair, and Military Spare Parts businesses as well as the network of Customer Service managers and field service representatives that supported Hamilton Sundstrand’s global customers.

     
  • Curtis Reusser

    President, Aircraft Systems

    Curtis Reusser is President of the Aircraft Systems business segment of UTC Aerospace Systems. Reusser joined Goodrich in 1988 when it acquired TRAMCO, where he was Manager of Engineering. He held roles of increasing responsibility in Goodrich’s Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) operations before being appointed General Manager of Goodrich MRO Europe, based in the United Kingdom. He returned to the United States as Vice President and General Manager, Product and Process Definition at the company’s Aerostructures division in 1999. He was appointed President of the Aerostructures division in 2002 and was named President, Electronic Systems, in December 2007.

     
  • Cindy Egnotovich

    President, Customer Service

    Cindy Egnotovich is the UTC Aerospace Systems President, Customer Service, with responsibility for customer relationship management. In addition, the UTC Aerospace Systems Customer Service organization is focused on program management of customer long-term agreements, sales and technical support.

    Egnotovich began her career at Goodrich in 1986 as a financial analyst. She was appointed Controller in 1993, Director of Operations in 1996 and then Vice President and General Manager, Ice Protection Systems Division, in 1998. In 2000, she was appointed Vice President and General Manager of Commercial Wheels and Brakes. She was named Group President, Engine and Safety Systems, in April 2002; Segment President, Electronic Systems, in December 2002; and Segment President, Engine Systems, in June 2005. She was named to her last position in January 2007, where she was Segment President, Nacelles and Interior Systems, which included Aerostructures, Customer Services and Interiors.

     
  • David Gitlin

    Senior Vice President, Aircraft Systems

    David Gitlin is Senior Vice President of Aircraft Systems. Prior to that, he led the integration of Goodrich Corp. with United Technologies Corp. to form the new UTC Aerospace Systems business. Previously, Gitlin worked for UTC’s Hamilton Sundstrand division as President, Aerospace Customers & Business Development, where he oversaw aerospace customers, business development activities, partnerships and mergers & acquisitions. Prior to this role, he was President of Hamilton Sundstrand’s Auxiliary Power, Engine & Control Systems (APECS) business.

     
  • Brian Brandewie

    Senior Vice President, Power, Controls & Sensing Systems

    Brian Brandewie is Senior Vice President of UTC Aerospace Systems’ Power, Controls & Sensing Systems business. Prior to that, he was with Goodrich for 31 years, previously as President of Aircraft Wheels and Brakes. Prior to Wheels and Brakes, Brian was Vice President/General Manager at the Aerostructures business unit responsible for the military business, engineering, research and development and sales to aircraft manufacturers. He also managed development programs for new products ranging from nacelle/propulsion systems to applications of proprietary products and processes on civil and military airframe platforms.