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Carlo Luzzatto, President
Brian Costa
President
Scott Anderson, Vice President, Business & Financial Processes
Scott Anderson
Vice President, Business & Financial Processes
Andrea Colombo, Vice President of Energy
Andrea Colombo
Vice President of Energy
John Green, Vice President, Engineering
John Green
Vice President, Engineering
Brian Costa is President of Chromalloy, providing leadership across all functions of the business to drive growth, revenue and profitability. He joined the company in 2016 as Vice President, Strategic Planning and Integration responsible for the SIOP, marketing and corporate communications functions. Prior to Chromalloy, he worked at United Technologies Aerospace Systems, leading business development, strategy and customer care for the aftermarket organization. Prior to that, he successfully managed global commercial and military shared services with Goodrich. Mr. Costa holds an MBA from the University of Michigan, and a BS in Chemical Engineering from Ohio State University.

Scott Anderson joined Chromalloy’s executive leadership team in 2016 as Vice President, Finance and Business Processes. Mr. Anderson is an experienced Finance leader in the aerospace industry with proven success in improving business processes and overall financial performance. Prior to joining Chromalloy, Mr. Anderson held successive leadership roles over a period of more than 17 years at Sealed Air Corporation, United Technologies Corporation (UTC) and predecessor Goodrich Corporation. Previously he was the Vice President, Finance, responsible for the Goodrich/UTC Interiors unit. Earlier he held the top Finance role for the global manufacturer’s Cargo Systems unit, and prior to that was Controller at the Goodrich Customer Services maintenance, repair and overhaul unit responsible for the Asia Pacific Region and based in Singapore. He holds an MBA from the Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester and a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from the State University of New York at Fredonia.

Andrea Colombo is Vice President, Energy, responsible for leadership of Chromalloy’s expanding Strategic Business Unit that serves the power-generation and aeroderivative industries. A long-time energy industry executive, Mr. Colombo joined Chromalloy in 2013 from GE. For several years he held senior leadership roles at GE Oil & Gas in Europe and Asia Pacific. His most recent role was Asia Pacific Projects, Operations and Branch Manager based in Perth, Australia. His responsibilities included managing a $5 billion Profit and Loss (P&L) regional project portfolio.

Earlier he successfully held other GE leadership roles that included the management of teams and projects in China, the U.S., France, Italy and Africa, with responsibility for P&L, operations, and development of new operations. Earlier in his career Mr. Colombo worked in the area of nuclear fission energy on behalf of EURATOM and other European agencies. He holds a Master in Engineering in the area of nuclear energy from the Universta di Padova Italy. Mr. Colombo completed the GE leadership development program.

John Green joined Chromalloy's executive leadership team in November 2016 as Vice President, Engineering. Prior to joining Chromalloy, Mr. Green held successive engineering and operations leadership roles over a period of 28 years at Pratt & Whitney and PW-majority joint venture organizations. He previously led the Pratt & Whitney Commercial Repair Engineering organization, which was responsible for repair development across all Pratt & Whitney commercial product lines worldwide, and earlier held a similar position leading the Military Repair Engineering organization. Prior to that, he was Vice President of Operations and Programs at International Aerospace Engines (IAE). Mr. Green holds an MBA from the Krannert School of Business at Purdue University, a Master of Science degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Michigan, and a Bachelor of Science degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Florida.


John Green, Vice President, Engineering
Jim Guiliano
Vice President, Asset Management Services
Jim Guiliano, Jim Guiliano, Vice President, Asset Management Services SBU
Mark Homan
Vice President, Finance
Mark Homan, Vice President, Finance
Peter Howard, Ph.D.
Vice President, Technology and Quality Assurance
Peter Howard, Ph.D., Vice President, Technology and Quality Assurance
Steven R. Lowson
Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Jm Guiliano, Vice President, Asset Management Services SBU, joined Chromalloy in 2015 with more than 32 years of successive management roles, including 25 years at engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corporation. Prior to Chromalloy, Mr. Guiliano was the Executive Vice President of International Aero Engines (IAE), a role in which he led the company as the senior Pratt & Whitney executive with an executive peer from Rolls-Royce. IAE is an OEM collaboration company whose V2500 engine powers the Airbus A320 jetliner family. Mr. Guiliano's responsibilities included all airline and leasing customers as well as the Airbus relationship and strategic growth initiatives. IAE's market share increased to nearly 60% during his tenure. Prior to that, he held senior roles within Pratt & Whitney, including Vice President, Global Customer Service & Service Programs, and Vice President of Pratt & Whitney's $2B Global Engine Maintenance Center organization, during which he launched new engine centers in China and Turkey. He also worked extensively in Asia, where he led the turnaround of the large engine MRO, Eagle Services Asia, a joint venture with Singapore Airlines, and also operated Turbine Overhaul Services, one of the world's largest airfoil repair units. He began his career as a U.S. Naval Officer and joined Pratt & Whitney through UTC's Leadership Development Program. Mr. Guiliano holds a Bachelor of Science in economics and engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
Mark Homan joined Chromalloy's executive leadership team at the end of 2016 as Vice President, Finance. Mr. Homan is an experienced Finance leader in the aerospace industry with proven success in improving overall financial performance and driving growth and change. Prior to joining Chromalloy, Mr. Homan held successive leadership roles over a period of more than 22 years at United Technologies Corporation (UTC) and predecessor Goodrich Corporation. Prior to joining Chromalloy, he was the Senior Director, Financial Planning and Analysis responsible for the Goodrich/UTC Landing Systems unit. Earlier he held Vice President, Finance roles for the global manufacturer's Landing Gear and Cargo Systems units, and prior to that held several roles of increased responsibility at Goodrich Wheel and Brakes business unit, the last being Director Finance, for the Regional, Business and Military segment. Mr. Homan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Ohio Northern University.
Peter Howard is Vice President of Technology and Quality Assurance. His career with Chromalloy has spanned 20 years and several engineering and leadership positions, including President of OEM Services, Vice President and General Manager, Vice President of Coating Operations, Process Engineer, and Plasma Process Manager. He also served as Director for various joint ventures, including Advanced Coating Technologies (with Pratt & Whitney), Turbine Airfoil Coating and Repair (with Siemens), TurboCare (with Siemens), Turbine Repair Technologies (with Rolls-Royce), and Turbine Surface Technologies (with Rolls-Royce). He holds a Ph.D. in metallurgy from Manchester University, England.
Steven R. Lowson is Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Sequa Corporation, of which Chromalloy is a subsidiary. Mr. Lowson also serves as Vice President and General Counsel of Chromalloy. His career with Sequa and Chromalloy has spanned 18 years and he has held numerous positions in the Legal Department. He has had a successful, broad-based career in a variety of legal and business disciplines. In addition to leading the Legal Department, he also is responsible for the Sequa and Chromalloy Environmental Health and Safety function and chairs Sequa’s Ethics Committee.

Prior to joining Sequa in 1995, he was an associate at the preeminent global law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell, where he worked in both the New York City and Washington, D.C., offices. Lowson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University and a J.D. with honors from the Temple University School of Law.


Steven R. Lowson, Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Tim Michel
Chief Information Officery
Tim Michel, Chief Information Officer
Brian Sartain
Vice President, Commercial Aero & Military
Brian Sartain, Vice President, Commercial Aero & Military
Bob Shambaugh
Chief Operations Officer
Tim Michel joined Chromalloy in 2015 as Chief Information Officer (CIO), responsible for Information Technology strategies, systems and platforms. As a business leader with expertise at global companies, Mr. Michel has successfully deployed enterprise software and major systems, infrastructure, services and operations. He has led the design and development of enterprise-wide systems at manufacturing and consumer products companies as well as in the R&D and consulting environments.

Prior to his current role he was Vice President and CIO at Avantor Performance Materials, leading IS operations in the U.S., Mexico, Europe and Asia, producing cost savings through implementing enterprise-wide business systems and the design and implementation of customer and sales applications. Earlier Mr. Michel held top leadership roles at VWR International, MEI Inc. and Mars. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the West Chester State University of Pennsylvania.
Brian Sartain, Vice President, Commercial Aero & Military, joined Chromalloy in 2015. As a senior aerospace industry leader for more than 25 years, Mr. Sartain has successfully held executive posts in all aspects of global business including P&L, strategy, product and operational development, and management of joint ventures. Previously he was Vice President, Business Development - Sensors & Integrated Systems, at United Technologies Aerospace Systems (UTAS) and at Goodrich Aerospace, which was acquired by United Technologies Corporation where he worked more than 20 years in successive leadership roles. Simultaneous to his role in Business Development and P&L Management at UTAS, he was Shareholder Representative at Silicon Sensing Systems a joint venture of UTAS and Sumitomo Precision Products based in Japan, a senior level appointment. He served as Vice President & General Manager of the UTAS Inertial, Control & Aircraft Management unit, and prior to that was Vice President & General Manager for Goodrich Cabin & Lighting Systems. He began his career as a Design Engineer at Goodrich Sensor Systems and held successive technical leadership roles as well as multiple functional roles including Engineering Director of the aero engines group at Goodrich. In addition to multiple patents, Mr. Sartain holds a Bachelor of Science degree in aerospace engineering and mechanics from the University of Minnesota, an Executive MBA from the Carlson School of Management.
Bob Shambaugh was appointed Chief Operations Officer (COO) in 2014. As a proven operations leader with a diverse, broad range of expertise, he has worked around the globe in industries including aviation, healthcare, energy and automotive. Previously Mr. Shambaugh was Senior Vice President, Global Operations, at Sensata Technologies and IMI Control Valves, distinguishing himself as a change agent leading transformation in all aspects of business operations. Prior to that, he held many global operations positions that led to senior executive roles at GE for 19 years. In addition to GE Aircraft Engines in which he spent many years working across numerous engine platforms both in new manufacturing and aftermarket services – including the turbine airfoil unit – Mr. Shambaugh worked for GE Power Systems and GE Healthcare. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in aviation management from Southern Illinois University and completed several GE leadership programs. He served as a U.S. Marine in the Corps’ aviation group for 10 years, with vast experience on the Rolls-Royce F402 engine.






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