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Abby Lilly to Head Supply Chain of Eaton’s Aerospace Group

Eaton logoAbby Lilly, formerly vice president of supply chain at GKN Aerospace, has joined power management contractor Eaton Corp. to serve in the same role.

She led supply chain functions across 14 North American locations for GKN and is also a 14-year veteran of Rolls-Royce North America, Eaton said Wednesday.

Her leadership roles at Rolls-Royce North America included operations VP, supply chain manager and logistics manager.

At Eaton, Lilly will oversee the vision and organizational structure for the aerospace group’s supply chain functions worldwide.

Lilly holds two bachelor’s degrees, with one in finance and business administration from Butler University and a second in interdisciplinary engineering from Purdue University-Indianapolis.

She also holds an M.B.A. from the University of Tennessee.

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