Nan Mattai is senior vice president, Engineering and Information Technology,
for Rockwell Collins. Additionally, she is an executive officer. As the
company's chief information and technology officer, she is responsible for
guiding the future technology direction of Rockwell Collins, including
technology investment decisions, the development of advanced technologies, and
designing and delivering information technology solutions that support the
company's overall business objectives.
Mattai has led the company's Engineering & Technology organization since
November 2004, and assumed responsibility for the Information Technology
function in July 2015. Previously, she served as vice president, Government
Systems Engineering, a position to which she was appointed in 2001. She
joined the company in 1993, and has held positions of increasing responsibility,
including senior director, Tactical Communications.
Mattai holds a Master of Science degree in Nuclear Physics from the
University of Windsor, Canada, and has completed all graduate courses for a
doctorate in physics.
She is a member of the Advisory Board, Aviation Week Strategic Media &
Conferences; School of Systems & Enterprises, Stevens Institute of Technology;
and a member of the External Advisory Board, Defense Systems and Assessment, for
Sandia National Laboratories.