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Graeme Crawford

Graeme Crawford is graduating at Fall Convocation 2018 with an MBA.

From Frisbees to jet fighters, and food to your door

In his spare time, Graeme Crawford plays Frisbee. For his day job, he works with slightly larger flying things, like F-35 jet fighters and helicopters.

Crawford is graduating at Fall Convocation 2018 with an MBA, following on the heels of an engineering degree (BSME/12) that spawned a job in the aerospace sector. He currently leads a team a StandardAero that is relocating three engine manufacturing lines from British Columbia to Winnipeg.

He explains: “Through the engineering co-op program at the U of M, I leveraged my mechanical engineering degree to get a position at Magellan Aerospace developing testing procedures on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program. Just prior to starting my MBA, I took on an engineering management role in the StandardAero turboprops division, managing Pratt and Whitney engine lines.”

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