Mary Anne Cannon is Pratt & Whitney's vice president of Environment, Health & Safety, responsible for the continued development and administration of Pratt & Whitney's environment, health and safety programs, policies and practices worldwide as well as ensuring compliance with corporate, federal and state requirements.
Cannon has more than 25 years of experience at Pratt & Whitney across the Engineering and Operations organizations. Most recently, she served as Pratt & Whitney's vice president of Quality and ACE, responsible for quality assurance and product integrity and Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) business process improvement activities. Prior to this role, Cannon was director, CFM product line, where she was responsible for developing and managing the product line life-cycle strategies and ensuring customer requirements were met. Other prior roles have included F119 test engineer; Joint Strike Fighter F135 engine validation manager; engine validation discipline chief; overhaul and repair business unit manager; Commercial Engines Aftermarket Quality/EH&S director.
Prior to joining Pratt & Whitney, Cannon started her career at Grumman Aerospace Corp. She earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology.
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