Eaton Names Mark Tudor Vice President – IT, Aerospace Group
Date: September 23, 2010
CLEVELAND … Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation announced that Mark Tudor has been named vice president – IT for the Aerospace Group, effective Oct. 16. Tudor will report directly to Justin Kershaw, senior vice president – IT and chief information officer for the Industrial Sector, and will also report to Brad Morton, president – Aerospace Group.
"Mark brings a broad range of experience from across Eaton Corporation to the Aerospace Group. This move will go a long way in continuing our efforts to be a better learning organization," said Kershaw.
In this role, Tudor will be responsible for developing and maintaining the Aerospace Group’s IT architecture to support business operations, strategies, and optimization of investment to ensure the group’s global competitive market advantage. He succeeds Gaylord Seemann who left Eaton earlier this year.
Tudor most recently served as vice president – Operational Excellence, for the Corporate IT organization responsible for driving common processes and metrics for the business. This role included responsibility for the Site Infrastructure Support group and the IT Global Support Center along with direct responsibility for the Corporate Latin America IT organizations. He’s held numerous functional roles in plant operations and expanding IT roles including plant, corporate, divisional and group positions.
Tudor holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Miami University in Ohio and a master’s of business administration degree from Western Kentucky University.