ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY
Christopher is responsible for overseeing and managing all organizational finances for Enjet Aero, including strategic acquisitions, facilities upgrades, and investments in technology and robotics. His duties include accurate forecasting/budgeting, cost-benefit analysis, accounting and reporting, as well as securing corporate funding, and building strong relationships with financial resource partners.
PRIOR RELATED EXPERIENCE
Christopher started his career in 2004 with two years in operations management at the locomotive division of the General Electric Company. He subsequently spent four years on the GE Corporate Audit Staff working at international locations on various GE businesses including healthcare, aviation, and energy.
In 2010, Christopher became the CFO of GE’s Air Filtration business with $300M in annual revenue. He led a major turn-around resulting in a sale of the business from GE to CLARCOR in 2013. Afterward, he spent three years with CLARCOR through several additional consolidations and acquisitions the Air Filtration business revenues exceeded $500M annually.
PERSONAL FUTURE VISION AND GOALS
“I see a great future for Enjet Aero in today’s exceedingly dynamic and growing aviation manufacturing sector. I believe we can lead the way in revolutionizing manufacturing processes and responsiveness by making the right investments in people, specialized businesses and technology. I see Enjet Aero as becoming a significant player in the engine parts supply chain by building more complete-part assemblies.”