Louis Chenevert an exceptional corporate leader and a team player.
Louis Chenevert has been serving in the corporate leadership position for a long time now. As a leader, Louis Chenevert owes much of his success to his unshaken optimism and zero tolerance of internal politics in the organizations he has worked with. Louis Chenevert has been the chairman and CEO of United Technologies Corporation since 2008 to 2014. Also, he served as the director, chief operating officer and president of the firm since the year 2006. In 1999 Louis Chenevert held the position of president at the Pratt & Whitney firm up to the year 2006. Before working with Pratt & Whitney Louis Chenevert had the opportunity of serving as the Production General Manager for the St. Therese operation for General Motors. Between the year 2015 and 2017, he was part of the Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division where he worked as a senior advisor for the industry. Louis Chenevert holds membership in the Business Council and is a former active participant of the US-India CEO Forum. He studied at the Universite de Montreal, Ecole des Hautes etudes commercials (HEC). He majored in production management and obtained his bachelor’s degree. In 2011 Mr. Chenevert got his Honorary Doctorate from the University of Montreal. Currently, he chairs the Montreal International Advisory Board for HEC. He also founded the Friends of HEC, and he chairs the Board of Directors and is also the director. Mr. Chenevert focuses on operational talent and engineering innovation to bring ideas to life. As a leader, he mainly directs his energy towards small teams and a functional leadership team where he avails tools and funds to produce state of the art products. He is very excited about the trend of technology and looks forward to this trend spearheading their company towards greater success. Mr. Chenevert is exceptionally passionate, focused and has a habit of following up on things which have contributed to his success as a person and as a leader. While working his first job as a line supervisor for General Motors he learned that the success of an organization lies with the people and the leaders should listen more to their employees. Mr. Chenevert is a team player, and he surrounds himself with productive people.