MD Helicopters has announced the addition of new members to its leadership team, paving the way for further increased product expansion, growth and delivery on customer expectations.
“The last year has been an exciting and transformative time for MD Helicopters. We have made significant changes to our leadership team, adding individuals with the skill, experience and power to lead us into the future alongside the rest of our leadership team,” says Alan Carr, sole director of MDHI's board of directors. “We are already seeing the results from these actions as our deliveries build and processes improve, even in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. It's a new day for MD Helicopters.”
Mario Coracides is being added as VP, supply chain. In this position, he oversees the supply chain strategy with an eye toward improving productivity, reliability and supplier quality while gaining cost efficiencies and better preparing the company to succeed after the pandemic.
Marc Brodeur has been hired as VP of commercial and military sales. In this position, he is responsible for the leadership of the MDHI military and commercial sales and marketing team, developing new business opportunities and creating customised solutions aligned to customer requirements.
Barry Sullivan is coming in as CFO. He manages the company's finance, accounting, tax, risk management, collection, legal and contracts and information technology departments. He plays a key role in progressing MDHI's financial and information technology systems to drive continuous improvement throughout the organisation.
Duncan Koerbel is the new VP of programme management. In this newly created executive-level position, Koerbel oversees day-to-day activities of MDHI's programme management department, building on existing processes and structure while driving programme execution and accountability.
Rounding out the MDHI leadership team are: Cheryl Bazzell as VP of global human resources; Nick Nenadovic as VP of aftermarket and customer support; Chris Jaran as COO; Ramon Moro as VP of engineering; James Rodriguez as VP of operations; and Jeff Adamcik as deputy general counsel and secretary.