Marc St-Hilaire has more than 30 years of experience in the Aerospace Industry. Marc is currently Vice-President, Technology and Innovation at CAE.
Marc is responsible for CAE’s technology vision and strategy globally. Marc and his team have the mandate to ensure CAE stays at the forefront of modeling and simulation technology, support all business segments by helping define the right technical solutions for the future and play a key role in CAE’s new innovation initiatives.
Before joining CAE, Marc worked for more than 21 years at Bombardier Aerospace. He received an engineering degree from Polytechnique in 1985, a master’s degree in science from the Cranfield Institute of Technology in England with a specialty in aeronautics, and an MBA from l’École des Hautes Études Commerciales.
Marc is actively involved in the Canadian Aerospace community as Chairman of the CRIAQ Board of Directors and also as Secretary of the CARIC Board of Directors. He was recognized by his peers in 2014 when he received the “Technological Innovation” award from the Polytechnique Alumni association.