Terrence R. Curtin is chief executive officer of TE Connectivity, a $14 billion global industrial technology leader in connectivity and sensor solutions that enable a safer, sustainable, productive, and connected future. Each day, more than 8,000 TE engineers across the globe collaborate with customers to solve their toughest problems and turn ideas into innovations that move the world forward – from autonomous vehicles, next generation aircraft, and smart factories to advanced medical devices and connected homes.
Mr. Curtin is focused on enhancing the experience for TE’s customers, optimizing the company’s operations, removing obstacles to unleash the potential of TE employees, and cultivating a diverse work environment where global collaboration and innovation thrive. Through this approach, he has confidence that TE will continue to be a partner of choice for customers looking to address their most critical challenges in the harshest of environments.
A global-minded leader, Mr. Curtin’s advocacy for free trade and technology, and his appreciation of a broad spectrum of ideas and cultures, stems from his years of previous experience at TE and Arthur Andersen LLP, a global accounting and consulting firm.
Prior to assuming the role of chief executive officer of the company in March 2017, Mr. Curtin served as TE’s president, where he was responsible for all company connectivity and sensor businesses, as well as mergers and acquisition activities. In March 2016, he was elected to the board of directors.
Mr. Curtin also previously led TE’s Industrial Solutions segment, which includes the company’s energy, industrial, aerospace, defense and marine, and medical business units.
Prior to his role as leader of Industrial Solutions, Mr. Curtin served as TE’s chief financial officer, and as the company’s corporate controller. Before joining TE Connectivity, Mr. Curtin was employed by Arthur Andersen LLP.
Mr. Curtin serves as a director of DuPont de Nemours, Inc. and as a member of the board of directors of the US-China Business Council (USCBC), a leading organization in building commercial relations with China.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Albright College.