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Rockwell Collins announces senior leadership appointments

Staff writer |
Cedar Rapids, Io., USA - April 27, 2016, Cedar Rapids, Io., USA - Rockwell Collins, a supplier of avionics systems, announced that Jeff Standerski has been named senior vice president, people and inclusion.

Mr. Standerski previously was senior vice president of the company’s Information Management Services (IMS) business in Annapolis, Maryland. Mr. Standerski has led the IMS organization since Rockwell Collins’ acquisition of ARINC in December 2013.

Previously, he served as vice president and general manager, Business and Regional Systems, as well as vice president and general manager, Air Transport Systems, and vice president, Strategy Development for Commercial Systems. Mr. Standerski joined Rockwell Collins in 1989. He replaces Martha May, who announced her resignation in March for personal reasons.

Dave Nieuwsma, formerly vice president, Strategy and Business Development for the company’s Government Systems business, will assume the role of senior vice president, IMS, replacing Mr. Standerski.

Mr. Nieuwsma previously served as vice president and general manager of Airborne Solutions for the company’s Government Systems business, where he was responsible for profit and loss, customer relationship management, program execution, and new business pursuits.


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