Louis R. Chenevert received a Degree in Bachelor of Commerce in Production Management and an honorary Doctorate from Montreal’s University in 2011. He is HEC’s Chairman of the Board of Advisors, and founder as well as Chairman of Directors’ Board for its Friends. In 1979, Louis Chenevert served as the General Manager of Production at St. Therese’s General Motors’ operations. Through this experience, he learned about the people’s power and their will to make a difference.
Louis R. Chenevert served as Pratt & Whitney aerospace manufacturing company’s President from April 1999 to March 2006, when he became the President and head of office operations of UT. In 2005, he became a member of AIAA. He got elected as president and leader of the Executive office of UTC in April 2008, later becoming chairman in January 2010 to 2014, when he retired.
From 2015 to 2017, he joined a Merchant Banking Division known as Goldman Sachs, as a senior advisor to the industry. He was formerly a member of the US-India Forum for CEOs and is currently in the Business Council. Since 2011, Louis Chenevert has been Cargill’s member of the Directors’ Board. In 2017, he became Chairman of CCMHF and is Yale Cancer Centre’s Chairman of the Advisory Board. During his time in UTC, Louis Chenevert focused on talent and engineering for delivering ideas that would exceed expectations of customers and bring in profits. UTC achieved objectives through intensive reviews conducted.
Louis Chenevert recommends that entrepreneurs get appropriate teams to overcome challenges, the act of their inspiration and appreciation, and ensuring the customers’ satisfaction while rewarding risk-taking. Among his greatest achievements was acquiring Goodrich Corporation, an aerospace company that had been the world’s largest manufacturer of rubber, to reduce internal production cost and creates market expansion.
Pursuing engineering and designing of yachts currently, led to the construction of three, marking a fruitful retirement.His intelligence, leadership, and perseverance led to the acquisition of the title; captain of aerospace industry. He is an associate of the Executive Committees’ Business Roundtable, chairing that of Tax and Fiscal Policy.