CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (May 14, 2013) – Rockwell Collins announced several leadership changes within Commercial Systems (CS) and International & Service Solutions (I&SS) as the company continues the development of talent from within.
Scott Gunnufson has been appointed vice president of Sales, Marketing and Support for CS, reporting to Kent Statler, executive vice president and chief operating officer for CS. Gunnufson brings more than 20 years of experience to his new role. His most recent assignment was vice president and general manager of Service Solutions in I&SS. His career at Rockwell Collins has included various leadership roles in the services business.
Thierry Tosi has been appointed vice president and general manager, Service Solutions business unit in I&SS. Tosi’s most recent role was vice president and managing director for the Americas in I&SS, a position he’s held since 2011. Tosi brings almost 20 years of diverse Rockwell Collins experience to the role, having served in both airline sales for Commercial Systems as well as serving as a life cycle value stream manager in Government Systems and vice president of Strategy for I&SS. He will report to Colin Mahoney, senior vice president of I&SS.
Alan Prowse has been appointed vice president and managing director for the Americas. His most recent assignment was senior director, Government Systems Sales and Business Development Operations. Prowse brings 21 years of multifaceted Rockwell Collins experience to the role, having served in sales and marketing as well as serving as a life cycle value stream manager in Government Systems.
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Walker has more than 25 years of aerospace and defense industry experience, including 15 years with the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
He joins Clayton M. (Clay) Jones, 63, who continues as chairman and chief executive officer.