Drawing upon 30 years of professional experience, Frank Stevens is recognized as a figurehead in the fields of aviation and engineering. Since 2018, he has excelled as the vice president of global MRO centers at Embraer, an aircraft manufacturing company that is recognized as the third largest of its kind in the world. As the vice president of global MRO centers, Mr. Stevens maintains responsibility for overseeing the maintenance, repair and overhaul of facilities for the company’s commercial, executive and defense aviation projects, among other duties.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Stevens served in the United States Navy as an air crewman and a helicopter mechanic between 1992 and 2000. Upon his honorable discharge from the Navy, he worked with PSA Airlines, Inc., US Airways Express, ASTAR Air Cargo and Zelex Aerospace Solutions LLC in several executive-level roles. Prior to commencing his current position, he served Republic Airline in Indianapolis, Indiana, as the director of engineering between 2010 and 2017, as well as Frontier Airlines in the same capacity between 2010 and 2012.
Likewise, Mr. Stevens holds numerous credentials and certifications in his field. Earning an FCC license from the Electronics School of America, he subsequently received an airframe and powerplant license from the American Airman School in 1999, an associate degree in aviation maintenance technology from Eastern New Mexico University in 2006 and a PMC Level I certificate from the Pragmatic Institute in 2022.
As a testament to his success, Mr. Stevens was honored as a Top Engineering Professional in America by Top 100 Business Magazine in 2015. Attributing a great deal of his success to the support and encouragement of his wife, he is especially proud of his longstanding career in aviation maintenance and repair. Looking toward the future, he aims to reach a higher executive-level position in his industry.