Louis Chenevert is a Canadian-born entrepreneur. He still serves as the chief executive officer of the United Technologies Corporation. He has a degree in business administration from the prestigious University of Montreal. Also, he has an honoris causa of HEC Montreal and Concordia University. Louis Chenevert prides himself as an accomplished businessman and philanthropist.
Louis Chenevert’s career
In 2010, he earned a seat in the board of directors and was accorded the chairman title. Before Pratt & Whitney, Louis Chenevert worked for General Motors for more than a decade as a production manager.
In 2011 he became The Business Council committee member, and later a board member of Cargil Inc. Having served these two organizations well, he was awarded the United Service Organization’s Distinguished Service Award.
In 2015, he was elected co-chairman of the board of directors of Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation. The same year, Louis Chenevert became the advisor to the Goldman Sachs merchant banking division.
Throughout his career, he has helped set up various organizations. Among them is the United States Friends of the HEC Montreal Foundations. Currently, he heads the Yale Center Advisory Board and the HEC Montreal International Advisory Board.
Louis Chenevert’s accomplishments
Apart from corporate achievements, Louis Chenevert is termed among the wealthiest people according to Forbes Magazine. He is worth millions acquired from working with various organizations and from stocks he has bought in multiple companies. He has been awarded for his accomplishments on numerous occasions.
Among the awards, he has acquired the National Building Museum Award and the 2011 Person of the Year Award. Other accolades include the Pace Award for Leadership in Business Ethics. This professional is also a philanthropist and has been recognized for his contributions in charity.
A worthwhile, quick watch on maintaining momentum with innovation: https://t.co/t0aA5Z7TVu
— Louis Chenevert (@louis_chenevert) October 16, 2017
Louis Chenevert was once awarded the 2060 FDNY Fire Commissioner’s Humanitarian Prize. He remains one of the most sought-after business professionals in Connecticut, United States.