Lisa Teague Head of Research and Technology Rolls-Royce Corporation
After obtaining bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering from NC State University, Lisa Teague joined Detroit Diesel Allison (now Rolls-Royce Corporation) in Indianapolis in 1983. From her first role as a stress analyst, she moved on to a variety of technical and managerial positions in Design and Project Engineering. She and her family spent 2 years in the United Kingdom on assignment with Rolls-Royce, where she performed a coordination role in Engineering. In her current role as Head, Research & Technology – Indianapolis, she is responsible for the planning and execution of Research &Technology activities in Indianapolis, coordinating with global counterparts in the UK and Germany. Through a network of technology specialists, her group matures technologies for future gas turbine engine products and services. Her group also leads coordination of university research activities, and she is also involved in STEM outreach. Lisa is a member of ASME and AIAA.
AIAA Propulsion and Energy Forum 2019