Timothy Herrick Becomes GM Defense’s Interim President

Timothy Herrick Becomes GM Defense’s Interim President
TImothy Herrick Interim President GM Defense

Timothy Herrick, vice president of global product programs at General Motors, has been appointed to serve as president of GM Defense on an interim basis, Defense News reported Thursday.

He will serve in the dual role until the company finds a permanent replacement for David Albritton, who exited GM Defense to join Amazon Web Services as VP of global communications for public sector and vertical industries.

Herrick will lead the business entity that produces automotive systems for the defense, aerospace and security sectors. He has served on the board of managers at the military vehicle manufacturer over the past two years.

His GM career started in 1983 and he held engineering roles of increasing responsibility at the company.

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