Gregory L. Steiner
President of Kaman Aerospace Group and Executive Vice President - Kaman Corporation
Gregory L. Steiner is President of Kaman Corporation’s Aerospace Group. He is responsible for Kaman’s worldwide aerospace businesses, which are located in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Mexico and India. Greg reports to Neal J. Keating, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Kaman.
Prior to joining Kaman, Greg was a vice president at GE Aviation Systems responsible for the company’s systems integration businesses. In this role, he served as the Executive Program Manager for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. He was previously vice president and general manager, military mission systems. Greg also had a seventeen-year career with Rockwell Collins, Inc. serving in a number of progressively responsible positions in program and product line management, corporate development, and general management. His last assignment was vice president and general manager of passenger systems. Before joining Rockwell, he was with Texas Instruments in Attleboro, Massachusetts for five years where he started his corporate career with assignments in manufacturing, product line management, and engineering.
A native of Bristol, Rhode Island, Greg received his bachelor’s degree in engineering and economics from Union College in Schenectady, New York and his MBA from the University of Iowa. He attended U.S. Air Force Officer Training School and Undergraduate Pilot Training from 1979-1981, graduating with honors from both programs. He was an operational pilot in the U.S. Air Force/Reserves with a fighter/attack/reconnaissance rating, attaining the rank of Captain. He has earned FAA commercial, multi-engine, instrument, and turbine licenses.
Greg has been an adjunct professor at the University of Iowa’s Henry B. Tippie College of Business and the John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center, as well as serving on the MBA Advisory Committee. He currently serves on the Board of Regents for the University of Hartford and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture’s Board of Visitors.
Greg resides in Avon, Connecticut with his wife, Erika.