Tim White

Power & Controls

Tim White heads Power & Controls at Collins Aerospace, based in Windsor Locks, Connecticut. In this role, he is responsible for delivering integrated solutions for customers across four key segments, including aircraft environmental control systems, electrical power systems, engine controls and industrial businesses.

He brings 25 years of industry experience to his current position at Collins Aerospace. He most recently served as president of Electric, Environmental & Engine Systems at UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS). His previous roles include serving as director of Electric Systems 787 Programs and president of Electric Systems at UTAS. Prior to this, he also served in roles of increasing responsibility at Hamilton Sundstrand, including general manager Commercial Systems U.S., director of Electric Systems Programs and chief engineer for 787 Electric Systems.

Committed to connecting people through passenger travel across the globe and supporting members of the military to carry out their mission, Tim has led a number of critical aircraft systems deployments over his career. He brings the same commitment to excellence at Collins Aerospace, where he is focused on making flight more intelligent, more efficient and more comfortable.

Tim previously served on the local Rockford, Illinois, United Way board and was involved with the Transform Rockford initiative. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Bradley University and a Master of Business Administration from Regis University.

Tim White

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