Leidos CEO Roger Krone Named to BorgWarner Board of Directors

Roger Krone

Roger Krone, chairman and CEO of Leidos Holdings, has joined the board of directors of Auburn Hills, Michigan-based motor vehicle parts and systems supplier BorgWarner.

“Krone possesses nearly four decades of business experience in technology, acquisitions, program management and finance,” Alexis Michas, non-executive chairman at BorgWarner, said in a statement released Wednesday.

“His expertise and perspective as a currently-serving CEO of a global business make him well qualified to serve as a member of our board of directors,” Michas added.

Krone, also a certified public accountant, previously worked at Boeing as president of network and space systems prior to his move to Leidos.

He holds master’s degrees in aerospace engineering and business administration from University of Texas and Harvard Graduate School of Business, respectively.

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