Louis Chenevert is a lucky individual who has been working in the production industry for over two decades. He has a myriad of achievements that he gained from various organizations he served. Mr. Louis earned an incredible reputation for his outstanding leadership during his tenure at United Technologies Corporation. He had a vital role in the growth and establishment of the firm. Mr. Chenevert uses a forward-thinking approach to oversee various operations in firms. He invested in the right technology, which promotes the growth and expansion of companies. Louis Chenevert ensures that employees are empowered through multiple programs like scholarships.
He is a native of France, who relocated to Canada to pursue his interest in the corporate world. As a teenager, Louis Chenevert attended the University of Montreal – HEC after completing his high school education. He later graduated and acquired a degree in project management from the university. His leadership skills and experience in the corporate world landed him several positions in organizations as a director and board member. The bodies that he served include American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Business Roundtable, Cargill, Yale Cancer Center’s Advisory Brand and Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation. Following his time at UTC, Chenevert joined the Merchant Banking Division of Goldman Sachs as an advisor.
The French- Canadian secured his first job at General Motors- St Therese Branch. Louis Chenevert performed his duties and responsibilities as a general manager for fourteen years. He gained experience during his term at the firm, which saw him acquire a job at Pratt and Whitney in 1993. Pratt and Whitney is a division of United Technologies Corporation. After serving the company for over six years, he was appointed as the president of the entire branch.
Louis Chenevert’s hard work in Pratt and Whitney made him be the chief executive officer of United Technologies Corporation as well as its president. He continued to spearhead various projects within the firm, which increased its production levels. Mr. Louis worked for hand in hand with other branches of UTC including Sikorsky, which became the largest manufacturers of helicopters in the United States. The corporation started supplying F-35 engines and GTF engines to its clients. UTC also acquired Goodrich through his stewardship.