People: United Technologies Corp (UTX)
17 Apr 2014
David Gitlin is President, UTC Aerospace Systems – Aircraft Systems of United Technologies Corp. Previously, Gitlin served as Senior Vice President of Aircraft Systems. Prior to that, he led the integration of Goodrich Corp. with United Technologies Corp. to form UTC Aerospace Systems. 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. From August 2007 to January 2009, Gitlin served as Vice President and General Manager of Hamilton Sundstrand Power Systems (HSPS), based in San Diego, Calif. Previous to HSPS, he served as Vice President of Pratt & Whitney programs for Hamilton Sundstrand. Gitlin also was General Manager of Rolls-Royce/General Electric programs and the Energy & Marine business. Prior to joining Hamilton Sundstrand in January 2002, Gitlin served as Executive Assistant to then-President & COO of United Technologies Corp., Karl Krapek. Gitlin began his UTC career in the Legal department in 1997, working on antitrust issues and mergers & acquisitions, followed by two years with Pratt & Whitney’s Legal department, working on acquisitions and joint ventures. Gitlin holds a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University, a Juris Doctor from the University of Connecticut School of Law and an MBA from the Sloan Fellows program at the MIT Sloan School of Business.
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