Mike DiGeorge is vice president of Commercial Aviation and Networks Services for Rockwell Collins. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing the team that provides network and communications solutions for airlines as well as air traffic service providers.
He has more than 25 years of experience in Aviation, Aerospace and Information Technology. DiGeorge joined ARINC in 1990, and has held a wide range of leadership positions in Business Operations, Finance, Contracts and Procurement.
DiGeorge’s extensive international experience includes executive management assignments based in Singapore, Hong Kong and London where he led the Aviation Solutions business unit for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Following the acquisition of ARINC by Rockwell Collins in December 2013, DiGeorge became the managing director of Rockwell Collins’ Information Management Services division for Asia Pacific. Most recently, he was vice president, International and Global Airports.
Prior to joining ARINC, he held positions with the Institute for Defense Analyses, Martin Marietta and Litton Industries. DiGeorge holds an MBA from Mount St. Mary’s University and a Bachelor of Science degree from Syracuse University.