Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. has tapped three senior level executives for new roles to help the company expand its global operations.
Stephen Estill was named to the newly created position of vice president, strategic partnerships. He will develop, negotiate and implement strategic partnerships globally, according to company officials. Carey Bond was appointed vice president and chief marketing officer, the position previously held by Estill. Bond has served as vice president, corporate strategy and strategic programs since 2005. Robert Kokorda was appointed vice president, corporate strategy & synergy.
Estill joined Sikorsky in 2002 as vice president, worldwide sales, after spending more than 20 years with Textron where he served as vice president, communications, sales and marketing. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science degree in accounting from the University of North Texas.
Bond joined Sikorsky in 2005 after serving as vice president, customer support and service for Bell Helicopter. He is a graduate of Canadore College and holds a Master’s in Business Administration degree from Texas Christian University.
Kokorda served as vice president, production operations, prior to his new appointment. He joined Sikorsky in 1998 and has held several other positions. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
For more information: Sikorsky.com