Louis R. Chenevert has served as the chairman and CEO of the United Technologies Corporation since 2008. After working as the CEO for six years, Mr. Chenevert opted for retirement. He has as well served the company as the President. Since early 2006, Louis was the Chief Operating Officer of this firm.
Before joining United Technologies Corporation, Louis Chenevert worked with the General Motors. He worked with this firm for over a decade. During his stay in this firm, he got a promotion to hold the position of the Production General Manager. From here, he worked with the Pratt & Whitney.
A year after retiring from his position at United Technologies Corporation, Mr. Louis went to work with the Sachs Merchant Banking Division. He, for two years, worked as the Senior Industry Advisor. Chenevert is as well a member of various business forms. He makes a part of the Business Council. He was also a part of the US- India CEO Forum, but he retired. He additionally is a part of the Board of Directors at Cargill Inc. Moreover, Mr. Chenevert chairs the Board of Advisors of the Yale Cancer Center. He is as well a member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Chenevert is an alumnus of the University of Montreal. He is a holder of a Bachelor of Commerce degree which he got from this university. From the same institution, Chenevert was honored with a doctorate. He serves as a chairman of a Board of Advisors of this institution.
Louis Chenevert had worked at different multi-million- dollar corporates. From his service in such firms, he came up with the idea to start up his own company, now United Technologies Corporate. Numerous ideas were also brought up to the table by some of the executive board members of the company. In an interview, Mr. Louis states that the company is majorly driven by its interest to deliver to clients the best of service.
Louis additionally states that United Technologies Limited had come to life by him focusing on nurturing the talents presented to him and keeping up with the continually evolving technology. Close monitoring of the staff was also mandatory to keep the business smoothly running. Constant and thorough business reviews also held the firm on its feet and focused on its primary goals.