Get to know a couple of Ingersoll Rand’s employees who will be attending the National Society of Black Engineers conference in Detroit, MI. Have questions? Come stop by our booth! We are looking forward to meeting all of you!
Titi Sule, Product Manager
Titi Sule is responsible for Controls and Installation product categories for Trane Supply. This includes developing strategy, new product introductions, and inline management (pricing, marketing, etc.). Titi has been with Ingersoll Rand for 8 years, starting her career as a Controls Engineer for the Thermo King brand. She has since completed her MBA through the Ingersoll Rand MBA program in 2016 as well as Women’s Leadership Program in 2017. Both programs are amazing programs for talent development at Ingersoll Rand. Prior to Ingersoll Rand, she worked at General Electric Transportation.
Titi has a B.S. in Electronics Engineering Technology from Texas Southern University (TSU), M.S. in Electrical Engineering from University of Maryland (UMCP), and MBA from Indiana University. While at TSU and UMCP, she was actively involved with NSBE. Titi enjoys spending time with family, traveling and creative arts – music, writing, dancing.
Advice for NSBE Attendees
Step out of your comfort zone and network with students and professionals, speak proudly of your experience and leadership skills. Have fun!
Leandre Adifon, Vice President, Enterprise Systems Engineering & Advanced Technology
Leandre oversees Programs & Portfolio Management, Product Design Integrity and Advanced Technology for Ingersoll Rand. Leandre came to Ingersoll Rand after 20 years at United Technologies, where he was vice president of Otis Worldwide Engineering and member of the Otis Executive Committee. He holds advanced degrees in mechanical engineering from Polytechnic of Milan in Italy, and in management and finance technology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). He also has a MBA from RPI and a certificate in systems design and management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Leandre is a member of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), Global Architecture Forum and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). He is also a board member of the American School for the Deaf (ASD) in Connecticut and the African School of Economics (ASE).
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