Himali Stoccatore

About

Programs Taught

Mechanical Engineering, Systems Engineering, Leading Change and Innovation

Bio

Himali Stoccatore is the Chief of Staff to the President of Commercial Engines at Pratt and Whitney.  

Previously, she led a demand planning and forecasting team for the commercial aftermarket. She headed the Forecasting Center of Excellence, establishing policies, procedures, and tools for demand planning, and is a certified Project Management Professional. 

Himali started her career as an engineer at Custom Electronics and later joined Raytheon Technologies as a Project Engineer. She is a graduate of the UTC Operations Leadership Program and has held roles of increasing responsibility since that time. Himali has also worked in the life sciences industry at Taconic Biosciences as a Product Director.  

Himali is an Instructor Mentor at Rensselaer at Work and enjoys providing hands-on tools to her graduate students through a project-based approach they apply in real-time.  

She also volunteers on the board of the Women Composer’s Festival of Hartford to promote music composed by women both past and present.  

Other Professional Experiences

  • Pratt & Whitney – Chief of Staff to the President of Commercial Engines
  • Pratt & Whitney – Director of Commercial Aftermarket, Demand Planning & Forecasting
  • Taconic Biosciences – Director of Product Management and Scientific Services
  • Collins Aerospace – Sales, Inventory and Operations Planning Manager
  • Collins Aerospace – Strategic Sourcing Manager
  • Pratt & Whitney – Deputy Quality Manager
  • United Technologies – Operations Leadership Program
  • Hamilton Sundstrand – Project Engineer

Other Certificates and Licenses

  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM)
Education & Training
  • MBA, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University
  • M. Eng., Electrical Engineering, SUNY Binghamton
  • B.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Mumbai

Research

Other Focus Areas

Portfolio Management, Supply Chain and Operations, Strategy and Change, Business Process Improvement and Tactical Planning

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