Dorsey appointed VP operations at Ingalls Shipbuilding

Written by Marine Log Staff
VP operations Ingalls Shipbuilding

Donny Doresy, vice president of operations, Ingalls Shipbuilding

Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE:HII) reports that Donny Dorsey has been appointed as vice president of operations at its Ingalls Shipbuilding division.

Dorsey, formerly ship program manager for all DDG waterfront efforts at Ingalls Shipbuilding, replaces George Jones, who will retire April 1 after 37 years of service.”

In his new position, Dorsey will oversee all manufacturing operations through delivery, across all Ingalls Shipbuilding programs. He will also be responsible for working collaboratively with union partners, cost and schedule performance, process improvements and driving production strategies.

Dorsey joined Ingalls Shipbuilding in 2000 as a robotic operations technician and spent a portion of his career focused on the Gulfport composite operations for LPD/DDG 1000, serving as quality manager, operations director and then site director.

Most recently, Dorsey served in program management with a focus on the DDG 51 class where he and his team managed the installation, test and activation of multiple complex ship systems.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in management from Nicholls State University, an MBA in project management from Capella University and is a graduate of the Gulf Coast Business Council’s Masters Leadership Program.

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