... value creation and growth.
Previously, he led Siemens’ $4B Energy and Automation business to record, successive years in financial performance that included $500M in organic growth. Across the same two-year period, he is also credited with doubling profit and tripling free cash flow. He has a variety of commercial, operational and industrial technology strengths. Earlier in his career, he led multiple acquisitions as part of his P&L responsibility at Thomas & Betts. He began his career at GE with stints in engineering, sales, marketing and product and business unit management.
Dennis holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical and Nuclear Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley and an MBA from Seattle University.