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Michael R. Dumais

Michael R. Dumais

Executive Vice President, Operations & Strategy


Mike Dumais is Executive Vice President, Operations & Strategy, for United Technologies Corp. Previously he served as Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning. Prior to that he was President of the Power, Controls & Sensing Systems business segment at UTC Aerospace Systems. The Power, Controls & Sensing Systems segment includes seven electronics-focused strategic business units: Electric Systems, Engine Components, Engine & Control Systems, Fire Protection Systems, ISR Systems, Sensors & Integrated Systems and Space Systems.

Dumais served as Hamilton Sundstrand’s President since September 2011. Prior to that, he was Vice President of Operations since January 2009, where he was responsible for leading the company’s worldwide aerospace operations organization. Before heading Operations, Dumais was Vice President and General Manager of Hamilton Sundstrand Customer Service, where he was responsible for the company’s Aerospace Commercial Spare Parts, Repair and Military Spare Parts businesses as well as the network of Customer Service managers and field service representatives that supports Hamilton Sundstrand’s global customers. 

He has an extensive background in business strategy and execution. Dumais served as the Interim Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Development, for United Technologies and Vice President, Business Development, at Hamilton Sundstrand. Prior to joining United Technologies in 1998 he held various strategic business roles with the consulting firm Bain & Company. He began his career at General Electric Aerospace as a systems engineer. 

Dumais has a bachelor’s degree in electronics engineering from Virginia Tech, a master’s degree in electronics engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, where he was a Palmer Scholar.