Steiner named president of Kaman Aerospace Group
June 11, 2008, Bloomfield, CT- Kaman Corp. today announced that Gregory L. Steiner will assume the role of President of the company's Aerospace Group on July 7, 2008.
June 11, 2008, Bloomfield, CT- Kaman Corp. today announced that Gregory L. Steiner will assume the role of
President of the company's Aerospace Group on July 7, 2008. He will be
responsible for Kaman's four aerospace segments and will report to Neal J.
Keating, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer.
Keating said, "Greg comes to Kaman with tremendous experience in both the
commercial and military aerospace markets and will be a great addition to our
management team. Throughout his career he has demonstrated the ability to
build strong customer relationships, accelerate revenue growth and
profitability, and manage businesses on a global basis. I believe he is well
suited for continuing the progress we have made and leading our aerospace
companies toward reaching their full potential."
Steiner, 51, is currently vice president, systems for GE Aviation –
Systems in Santa Ana, California where he has been responsible for systems
integration including the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. He was previously vice
president and general manager, military mission systems. Prior to joining GE,
he was a group president for Curtiss-Wright Controls, Inc. in Los Angeles
where he oversaw four businesses in the U.S. and United Kingdom. Prior to
joining Curtiss-Wright, he had a seventeen-year career with Rockwell Collins,
Inc. serving in a number of progressively responsible positions and left as
vice president and general manager of passenger systems. Before joining
Rockwell, he was with Texas Instruments.
A native of Bristol, Rhode Island, Steiner received his bachelor's degree
in engineering and economics from Union College in Schenectady, New York in
1979 and his Executive MBA from the University of Iowa in Iowa City in 1994.
He was a pilot in the U.S. Air Force and Reserve attaining the rank of
Captain. He will relocate to Connecticut later this year.