New President, Naval Business, at Rolls-Royce

Press Release
Thursday, January 17, 2013

Rolls-Royce appoints Don Roussinos as President Naval - Marine, succeeding Andy Marsh.

Don, who holds a Bachelors of Science in Electronic Engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology and a Master of Management from Cambridge College, joins Rolls-Royce from L-3 Communications where he most recently held the position of President – L-3 Maritime Systems. He has held a number of senior roles at L-3 during his career and has also worked at Lau Technologies, General Electric and Textron.

He will be based at the Rolls-Royce North America headquarters in Reston, Virginia and will report to both Tony Wood, President – Marine, and Jim Guyette, President & CEO Rolls-Royce North America Inc.

Tony Wood, Rolls-Royce, President – Marine, said: "I am delighted to announce the appointment of Don to lead our Naval business. His decades of experience in naval marine leadership roles, particularly with L-3, puts him in good position to continue the excellent work Andy Marsh has done in building our naval capability and supporting major customer programmes worldwide."

 

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