Jennifer Caruso was appointed chief transformation officer in May 2022. She leads Pratt & Whitney’s Transformation
Office and is responsible for providing strategic leadership to innovative, enterprise-wide initiatives that reduce
complexity, increase efficiency, improve financial results and enhance the employee and customer experience.
With over 30 years of aerospace experience, Jennifer has held roles of increasing responsibility in finance,
operations, and program management at the former United Technologies Corporation, Sikorsky and Pratt & Whitney.
Through Jennifer’s leadership, she has built strong teams, achieved significant business results and improved
In her program management assignments, Jennifer was vice president, Fighter Programs at Pratt & Whitney, with
responsibility for all aspects of the F119, F100, and Auxiliary Power Unit businesses. While at Sikorsky, Jennifer was
vice president of U.S. Government military helicopter programs, including aftermarket support. She served as the
primary interface between Sikorsky and the U.S. Government customer for all product line activities, including
growing the platforms and supporting the future needs of the U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force.
Jennifer is the co-founder of WILL Rise – a grassroots program at Raytheon Technologies with a mission to
accelerate the growth, advancement and support of women in aerospace line leadership positions. She also serves
as an executive champion of Pratt & Whitney’s Empower Ability Employee Resource Group, which has a mission
of fostering an inclusive culture by providing resources for employees with different abilities, and those who are
caregivers, through education and awareness.
Jennifer holds an undergraduate degree in Finance from Bryant University and a Master of Business Administration
from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, as well as a Program for Management Development Certificate from Harvard
Pratt & Whitney is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and service of aircraft engines and auxiliary power units.