Greg Treacy is an executive leader in Sustainment Operations supporting Military Engines for Pratt & Whitney, a division of RTX (NYSE: RTX), a world leader in the design, manufacture, and service of aircraft engines and auxiliary power units. He assumed his current role, based in Oklahoma City, in July 2022. He is responsible for providing direct support to senior leaders for all Pratt & Whitney activities associated with the U.S. Air Force and industry partners located at Tinker Air Force Base, strategic leadership and focus for the Oklahoma City campus, inclusive of our coatings facility and campus projects.
Greg’s team is responsible for supporting the F135, F119, and F117 public private partnerships who provide maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services on behalf of the U.S. Air Force.
Greg began his Raytheon Technologies Corp. career in 1999 after serving nearly 10 years as an officer and pilot in the United States Navy. He joined Pratt & Whitney as a business unit manager at the North Berwick Parts Center and has since held positions of increasing responsibility across operations including Continuous Improvement ACE leader for Supply Base Quality, and manager of Supply Base Process and Product Integrity. In 2005, Greg was appointed executive for operations for large engine assembly & test in Middletown Connecticut, where he subsequently assumed the role of General Manager with scope over facilities in Middletown Connecticut, West Palm, Florida, and P&W’s detachment at Arnold Engineering Development Center at AAFB in TN.
Greg served the General Manager of Compression Systems Module Center, a large manufacturing value stream responsible for the development and production of major engine, and prior to his current role, he was the Executive Director for Quality for Commercial Aftermarket Operations, Mature Commercial Engines, and International Aero Engines.
Greg received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Villanova University and a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School.
He and his wife, Helen, have one son and three daughters.