MorphoTrak Announces New President & CEO

By Safran Morpho press release

2014/01/29 | 118 words | AVIATION WORLD NEWS | AIR TRANSPORT

Morpho (Safran) is pleased to announce the appointment of Celeste Thomasson as President and CEO of its U.S. company MorphoTrak.

As a U.S. citizen, Celeste Thomasson’s path has allowed her to acquire extensive experience with the international high technology company, Safran, serving most recently as Safran General Consel, a position she began in July 2010. Previous to that, she served as Senior Vice President & General Counsel of Safran USA. Celeste Thomasson first joined Safran in 2002 as Legal Counsel of Messier Services and in 2003 she was appointed Vice President of Legal Affairs of Messier-Dowty.

Celeste Thomasson’s appointment follows former President & CEO, Daniel Vassy who is returning to Safran to fulfill his next assignment within the Group.

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