Jacqueline joined ATI in June 2023 as our Chief Technology Officer, with responsibility for the ATI’s Technology Strategy to ensure UK aerospace remains at the forefront of global aerospace and firmly on the path to a sustainable future.
Prior to joining the ATI, Jacqueline spent more than 25 years in the aerospace industry at Airbus. Most recently, she was the UK Chief Engineer for the Airbus A320 family of aircraft, with responsibility for the wings, landing gear and fuel system. Prior to this she was UK Chief Engineer for the A380 aircraft. Other Senior Technical positions include leading the implementation of cutting-edge wing technologies and aerodynamic innovations for the fuel-efficient A330neo development, directing A380 and A350 landing gear engineering and heading up the Wing Design Authority organisation.
Jacqueline is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and the Royal Aeronautical Society. She is a Mechanical Engineering graduate from the University of the West of England and gained an MSc in Aerospace Design from the University of Bristol, where she is Professor of Practice at the Faculty of Engineering.
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