Jennifer C. Schopfer is the president of the Connected Aviation Solutions business unit, focused on advancing Collins’ connected ecosystem solutions. In her role, she is responsible for aligning a comprehensive set of digital capabilities that enable the development of end-to-end solutions across flight operations and predictive maintenance that help customers turn data into value and, ultimately, increase their efficiency, reduce their costs and improve the sustainability of their operations.
Previously, Jennifer served as the vice president of Digital Technology and
chief information officer for Collins Aerospace, where she was responsible for
defining and implementing the Digital Technology strategy for the company to
drive customer success, optimize business processes and enhance employee
experience. She also served as vice president of Enterprise Services Integration
and Transformation at Raytheon Technologies (RTX), where she was responsible for
building and driving the digital integration and transformation strategy across
Prior to joining RTX in 2019, Jennifer held several leadership roles at
General Electric (GE) including vice president and general manager of GE
Transportation’s software business focused on connected solutions, analytics,
and predictive maintenance.
Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Clemson University in
Clemson, South Carolina. She, her husband, Brian, and their two children, Davis and Claire,
reside in Atlanta, Georgia.