Jerome Meier has 24 years’ experience in operational improvement and line management; most recently, he was a Principal with Partners in Performance, where he sold and led operations engagements with large natural resource and industrial companies. He was previously Vice President, Group Strategy and Business Development, at Pratt & Whitney, a $12B division of United Technologies, where he was a member of the Executive Committee. Prior, he was founder and CEO of Rentmaker, a rental equipment sourcing company operating throughout North America. Previously, he worked for The Boston Consulting Group in Mexico and Brazil and held various process engineering positions with DuPont, Dow Chemical, Chevron and BASF.
His skills and interests include capital optimization (in the pre-feas and feasibility stages of large project planning) and construction productivity improvement.
Jerome has lived and worked in the United States, Latin America, Europe and Japan; he is fluent in French, Spanish, Portuguese and English and conversant in German.
Jerome has an MBA from Harvard Business School and Master’s and Bachelor’s Degrees in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he was inducted into the Tau Beta Pi and Sigma Xi Engineering Honor Societies. He is an accredited lecturer with Melbourne University in the field of Operations Improvement. He enjoys languages, reading, classical guitar, and soccer.