Greg Churchill, October 17. 2012

“Ten Realities of Doing Business Globally”

Watch the program here.

Gregory S. Churchill is the Executive Vice President of Rockwell Collins International and Service Solutions, an organization that combines all of Rockwell Collins’ International and Service operations into one entity. He will be sharing a high level overview of some basic, but very real, truths about doing business in the international marketplace based on experiences that he has developed over many years of serving a broad range of customers. Churchill is responsible for approximately $2B in orders capture, $900M in sales and 3,000 people in approximately 30 countries.

Before being appointed to lead this organization in February 2010, Churchill was named Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Government Systems for Rockwell Collins.

Churchill, a 30 plus year veteran of the company, also served as Vice President and General Manager of Business and Regional Systems since June 2001. He held several business development and program management positions before being named Vice President of Business Development for Government Systems in February 2000.

A native of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Churchill earned a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial administration from Iowa State University. Churchill is also a member of the Engineering College Industrial Advisory Council and the Business College Advisory Council for Iowa State University and serves on the board of directors for the Cedar Rapids Baseball Club.

Churchill is a member of the following organizations:  American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Airlift Tanker Association, Army Aviation Association of America, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, American Helicopter Society, Association of the U.S. Army, Navy League and the National Defense Industrial Association.

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