Nexcelle Names Michael O’Sullivan as Chief Financial Officer
In this role, O’Sullivan will establish and oversee the financial structure for Nexcelle’s developing business activities. Previously, he was the CFO of GE Aviation’s Middle River Aircraft Systems – which is one of Nexcelle’s two parent companies.
“Michael’s addition to our team once again demonstrates the depth of industry experience that Nexcelle is able to draw from its affiliation with Aircelle of the Safran group, and GE’s Middle River Aircraft Systems,” said Nexcelle President Steve Walters. “Nexcelle has made important strides in underscoring the capabilities of integrated propulsion systems for the aviation industry. With our growing business activity, Michael will provide the expertise for developing the financial framework for our company.”
During his professional career, O’Sullivan held numerous financial and management responsibilities, including positions at GE Corporate Accounting, GE Information Services, GE Semiconductor, GE Major Appliance and GE Aerospace, as well as Harris Corporation and Thales Mackay Radio.
Nexcelle is creating smart nacelle systems for tomorrow’s world travel. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, the company is a joint venture of the Safran Group’s Aircelle and GE’s Middle River Aircraft Systems (MRAS), which are leading suppliers of engine nacelles, thrust reversers and aerostructures.
Nexcelle is a key partner on the world’s first truly integrated propulsion system, providing a highly capable nacelle, thrust reverser and exhaust system for the new CFM International LEAP-X1C engine, which has been selected as the western powerplant to launch China’s COMAC C919 jetliner. For more information, visit www.nexcelle.com