Jason Lambert

Jason Lambert

Positions: 

Program/General Management Sikorsky Aircraft/United Technologies Corporation

Education: 

B.S. Industrial Engineering, Lehigh University

Jason is a Program and General Management Executive at the Sikorsky Aircraft division of United Technologies Corporation. In his current role, Jason manages the P&L and execution of the Turkish Utility Helicopter Program (TUHP).

TUHP is a licensed co-production program with Turkish Industry to manufacture 109 T-70 helicopters (Turkish variants of Sikorsky’s S-70i™ International BLACK HAWK helicopter) for operation by the Turkish Government, and to assemble an additional 109 S-70i™ helicopters for Sikorsky to sell to international markets. Options exist for the potential to produce up to 600 aircraft. The Republic of Turkey’s Defence Industry Executive Committee has reported a total program value of $3.5 billion, inclusive of the work to be performed by Sikorsky, prime contractor TAI, and other TUHP suppliers.

Prior roles at Sikorsky include: General Manager of the Troy, AL Aerostructures manufacturing and assembly facility responsible for the P&L and lean transformation; the COO of the Coatesville, PA facility responsible for the production, completions, and delivery of Sikorsky's Commercial OEM products; and the Operations Manager of the Assembly & Flight Operations business in Stratford, CT responsible for planning and control, process improvement, and industrial engineering.

Prior to Jason's career at Sikorsky, he worked at Deloitte Consulting LLP in their Strategy & Operations practice where he held roles of increasing responsibility specializing in advisory services for consumer and industrial product corporations.

Jason holds an MBA with Honors from Carnegie Mellon University and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Lehigh University. He has guest lectured on Operations Management and Manufacturing Strategy in the MBA programs at Carnegie Mellon University and Cornell University. Jason resides in Connecticut with his wife and two children.

Class Year: 

1999