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From World Headquarters to every regional and local office across the world, our team delivers the unique mix of innovative technology, meticulous service and reassuring expertise that defines us – from the epic projects to the tiniest details.
At heart, each one of them is following a perfectly simple ethos: they’re working hard to be the absolute best at what they do, individually and together.
This is how we help to realise your most ambitious plans and exceed your expectations each day.
President Otis Elevator Company Southeast Asia
Ryan Mai was appointed President of Otis Elevator – Southeast Asia region in September 2017. He is responsible for operations in ASEAN which includes Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam (including Philippines, Myanmar, Brunei, Laos and Cambodia). Ryan served as President of Otis South Asia Pacific region from 2015 to 2017. Prior to this he was President of United Technologies – Building & Industrial Systems Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macau. Throughout his 28-year career with UTC, Ryan has been posted in the United States, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Singapore. He was recognized with the Otis President’s Award in 2007, 2010, 2012 and received the UTC Chairman’s Award in 2014.
Ryan joined Otis Elevator Company in 1989 in the United States upon graduation from Washington State University’s Mechanical Engineering program. He later received an MBA from the Pacific Lutheran University, USA with support from the United Technologies’ Employee Scholar Program.
He was a past President of the Building Owners & Managers Association in Washington State, USA. He was also a member of the Hong Kong Green Building Council and served on the Executive Committee and Board of Governors of the Hong Kong American Chamber of Commerce. He was elected to the leadership post of vice Chairman of the Chamber in 2015.
President, Asia Pacific
Stephane de Montlivault was appointed President, Asia Pacific in July 2017 with responsibility for all Otis businesses in Asia Pacific, excluding China. Previously, he served as President, Northeast Asia in addition to his role as President, Nippon Otis Elevator Company.
Stephane began his career at Otis North America in 1984 where he held positions in sales, procurement strategy, and finance. In 1989, he relocated from New York to Singapore where he was responsible for financial planning and analysis for the Pacific Asia Operations. From 1995, he took on successive country and regional leadership roles based in Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore and Hong Kong. Stephane moved to Japan in 2009 where he first served as managing director; he was appointed as President Nippon Otis in March 2014.
Stephane holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from ESDE in Paris, and a Master of Business Administration in marketing and management from the University of Hartford in the United States.
President, Otis Elevator Co.
In her 35th year in industry, Judy Marks has witnessed technological advances while applying emerging and mature technologies in a way that benefits society. She currently leads Otis – the iconic company that remains at the forefront of the elevator industry it created 165 years ago – through a remarkable digital and cultural transformation.
Today, Otis is taking its deep knowledge of the hoistway and using it to create digital solutions that serve customers’ needs in an era of intelligent buildings. This includes IoT-based service solutions with proactive data analytics for predictive maintenance; advanced video analytics and dispatching systems to manage varying traffic patterns; and a new generation of lifts that are connected, smarter, data rich, safer, and more efficient and comfortable than ever.
“We are living in revolutionary times as the world is digitally transforming,” she says. “Our 68,000 colleagues are on a journey together into the future. We’re continuing to innovate, to find new business models, to serve customers with excellence and to disrupt ourselves to become an end-to-end enabler of global passenger mobility.”
Judy has held senior leadership roles at three global icons – IBM, Lockheed Martin and Siemens AG. She was serving as CEO of both Siemens USA and Dresser-Rand, a Siemens business, when appointed to lead Otis in 2017. She built her career on a host of challenging assignments, creating solutions for both global customers and government entities. A self-described technology zealot, Judy applies digital technologies and actively uses social media to amplify the reach of her messages. For Judy, leadership is about creating a sense of mission among employees.
“People make a decision every day about what kind of work they’re going to do,” she says. “That’s what I love about Otis people – they know that what we do matters. Across 200 countries and territories, we service 2 million units and touch 2 billion people every day to keep the world moving.”
Judy serves as a Director of Hubbell Inc. and is on the Board of Visitors for the University of Maryland College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences. She earned a degree in electrical engineering from Lehigh University.
In 2017, Judy was named to the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology and received the Excellence in Leadership Award from the International Society of Automation.
Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer, Strategy and Information Technology
In his 27-year career with UTC and Otis, Mark has traveled extensively around the world with varied global and regional leadership positions in the company, including a six-year period residing in Asia.
Starting at Otis in 1989, Mark had numerous roles before moving to Singapore in 1998. There, as Regional Director of Treasury and Asset Management for the Asia Pacific Region, he also worked on acquisitions and integration. In 2001, he transferred to Hong Kong where he was CFO for the South Asia Pacific region, helping restore those companies following the 1998 Asian economic crisis. He returned to the US in 2004 to lead the worldwide Otis Financial Planning & Analysis function.
His diverse background and deep interest in international business led to his move to UTC corporate in 2007 as leader for UTC Financial Planning & Analysis. From there he has added to his varied industry exposure by becoming Carrier Vice President, Finance & CFO, and later CFO for UTC Climate, Controls & Security. He was also Vice President, Finance & CFO for UTC Building & Industrial Systems.
Mark was appointed to his present role of Vice President, Finance & CFO, Strategy and IT for Otis, in October 2015.
Vice President and General Counsel
Nora has some serious working credentials with Otis. She’s held all kinds of legal positions going back to 2000.
Early in her career she was closely involved in our 150th anniversary celebrations, helping to plan and realise a range of events – it really helped Nora connect with our unique heritage and understand the personal pride that people feel being a part of Otis. This belief in the importance of individuals and great working relationships is something that Nora has embraced at every stage:
“I reflect upon my first UTC job a lot – working as a lawyer supporting branches in the southeast US exposed me to the reality of how we succeed – through the dedication of our people to servicing individual customers.”
Nora is a self-proclaimed dog fanatic – and away from work you’ll usually find her 130-pound Newfoundland, Atlas, by her side.
Nora also really enjoys seasonal activities like skiing in the winter and biking and going to the beach all summer. Her love of good food and wine lasts all year round and having travelled widely through work, she can go for some pretty exotic options.
Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Christian began his UTC career at Carrier in 2003, where he worked as Human Resources Director for global operations, before moving to Singapore to lead Carrier’s Asia Pacific HR function.
Returning to the US in 2006, Christian was appointed Vice President, Human Resources, for the global commercial HVAC business. He then joined the UTC Corporate office in 2007, where he directed the global talent function, including executive staffing, succession planning and leadership development.
A passion for sailing has equipped Christian with skills such as patience, dexterity and balance that have served him well in HR across multiple industries, including automotive, publishing and aviation. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Villanova University and a master’s degree in Labor and Industrial Relations from Michigan State University.
Christian is deeply interested in how investments in digital capabilities will impact the role of leaders and how they engage with their employees – something he is keeping a close eye on in his current position of Vice President and CHRO of Otis Elevator Company, which he has held since 2015. In this role, Christian leads all aspects of the global HR function. He’s also a member of the Otis Executive Committee and works closely with the senior executive team to achieve Otis’ strategic business priorities.
A consummate professional, Tony brings more than 30 years’ diverse experience within UTC to his role. He joined Pratt & Whitney in 1984, before progressing through various operations and general management positions with the UTC Corporate office, UTC Fire & Security and Otis. From Director of Worldwide ACE at UTC to Managing Director of Nippon Otis, Tony moved upwards, assuming more responsibility with every step and gaining priceless expertise at the same time.
Before joining Otis Service, Tony was President, Otis China Limited where he drove dramatic growth and increased the service portfolio to more than 100,000 units under contract. He also helped to shape a more innovative and effective service business by introducing many of our advanced and pioneering processes, such as digital tools and specialised service packages for key customer segments.
Today, Tony leads our global service organisation and is a member of the Otis Executive Committee. His game-changing responsibilities include setting our global service standards, spearheading and inspiring innovation, and ensuring the success of our ambitious digital transformation strategy.
Tony gained a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Florida Atlantic University and an MBA from the Darden School at the University of Virginia.
Vice President, Transformation and Chief Digital Officer
Throughout his distinguished career, Neil Green has demonstrated a passion for technology and applying novel innovations to drive market disruption. As Vice President, Transformation and Chief Digital Officer, Neil leads the new global Digital Technology function, responsible for the development of the company’s innovative digital business models and strategic partnerships with external partners.
Neil is a member of the Otis Executive Committee, reporting directly to President Judy Marks. He joined the company in October 2018.
Prior to joining Otis, Neil spent 24 years at Intel Corporation, where he was at the forefront of Intel’s growth from a CPU and PC-centric company to a systems and data-centric company. He most recently served as President and General Manager of Intel’s business with the U.S. Government. Previously, Neil held leadership positions in operations, product strategy, and sales. His experience spans business and initiatives across North and South America, Europe and Asia.
Neil’s multi-disciplinary and global experience, coupled with leadership in the rapidly changing technology sector, make him uniquely qualified to lead the acceleration of the wide-scale application of new technologies to Otis’ operations, products and services.
Neil holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University and a Master of Science in Management of Technology from The Wharton School of Business and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania.