Endevco Corporation, a Meggitt group company and provider of sensing solutions for demanding vibration, shock and pressure applications, has announced the appointment of Stan Cunningham to the position of Director of Programs for the company’s aerospace business. Cunningham brings significant logistics and program management experience to the position.
"We look forward to adding Stan’s considerable experience to our team which is dedicated to ensuring that our aerospace customers receive the very highest levels of quality and support," says Endevco President Mel Hilderbrand.
Cunningham will play an integral role in expanding Endevco's aerospace programs presence while helping to identify emerging applications and technologies. He is a former career member of the United States Marine Corps, where he held significant positions of responsibility that involved collaboration with Department of Defense contractors in support of air-launched weapons/missile systems and the Naval Ordnance Maintenance Program Working Committee.
Since leaving the Marines seven years ago, he has held positions as Director of Logistics/New Business Development for a high-performance filtration systems company and, most recently, as General Manager of a division of BAE Systems Inc., a global defense and aerospace company.
Cunningham earned a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems from Park University in Parkville, MO, and a master's in Business Organizational Management from the University of LaVerne in LaVerne, CA.
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