Jim Morrison is CTEC’s Program Development Manager.
Jim started his 40+ years in aviation in Seattle, WA, working as a mechanical engineer on Boeing’s 2707 Supersonic Transport (SST) project hydraulic design team. He joined Garrett-AiResearch in the late ’60s as a lab engineer developing F15, F16 and DC10 pneumatic components. Jim later worked in Propulsion Engine Sales and Customer Support focusing on new TFE731 and TPE331 aircraft applications. The balance of Jim’s career has been in airline and general aviation customer support. Retiring from Honeywell in 2001, Jim joined CTEC in 2004 and enjoys being around engines and airplanes once again.
For over a decade, Jim was an adjunct faculty member at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Phoenix metro area) instructing undergraduate and graduate students in Marketing.
Jim’s been a private pilot since the mid-1960s. He holds a mechanical engineering degree (BSME) from Washington State University and a MBA degree from Arizona State University.
Jim and his wife, Annie, have two children and three grandchildren. He’s still working on the first car he ever owned — a Chevy-powered 1950 Ford that was his grandfather’s.
Jim’s Customer Service Philosophy:
Answer the phone…keep your promises…integrity is everything.