Mohammad Ehteshami is vice president, New Product Introduction (NPI) Operations at GE Aviation.
Ehteshami has more than 29 years experience at GE Aviation where he began as a design engineer in 1984. Since that time, he has held several engineering positions before he became manager of Development Assembly and Instrument Operations in 1998.
In 2000, Ehteshami became manager of Combustor Design Engineering Center of Excellence, and he also provided strong leadership achievements in globalization and NPI. He was appointed general manager of GE Aviation's Rotating Parts Center of Excellence in 2003.
He was appointed vice president of Engineering for Oil and Gas in 2006 and led a diverse engineering team that supported a complex product offering across the life cycle of the equipment. In this role, Ehteshami delivered NPI success by executing on-time delivery and first time yield.
In May 2010, Ehteshami was named to his current role in which he is responsible for the execution of NPIs to ensure they are on schedule, on budget, at cost, while meeting product requirements.
Ehteshami has a bachelor degree in mechanical engineering from Old Dominion University and a master degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Cincinnati.
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